• Vaishnavi Phirke

Vitamins

Updated: Mar 9

Vitamin is a chemical compound found in nature or synthetically made, which are highly required by human bodies for the proper functioning of the human body.

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They are essential for our body as they cannot be produced in our body and must be ingested from an outside source. If there is a lack of vitamins in a person's diet it may cause deficiency of that vitamin in our body leading to certain diseases. In many places, it is mandatory to add certain vitamins in certain food products for the wellness of public health. Besides this, a manufacturer can voluntarily add vitamins to their food product to increase the nutritional value of the food product.

Few vitamins added to food are:


Vitamin A (Beta Carotene)

Vitamin A is necessary for the human retina and its deficiency in the body can cause night blindness. Beta carotene has antioxidant properties that improve the immune system response of the body. It also helps to keep the lungs healthy as people grow. They are found in various natural sources like Apricots, carrots, broccoli, kale, grapefruit, kale, onions, etc. The intake of these natural ingredients is essential, but sometimes it is that may not be possible due to the unavailability of the foods. Thus it is necessary to add these vitamins to the daily diet through various foods like oil, margarine, cereals, milk, sugar, yogurt, etc.


Vitamin E CDL Tocopherol

Vitamin E is very important for our body as it helps maintain brain heart and digestive health prevents osteoporosis and is good for the skin and hair. Deficiency can cause neurological and neuromuscular problems in the body. It is commonly found in high percentages in Sunflower seeds, almonds, hazelnuts, peanuts, avocados, etc. It can be added to foods like milk, bread, cereals, pharmaceuticals, etc.


For further information regarding the products at Chemvera you can get in touch at nutrafoods@chemvera.com


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