Vitamins from Natural Sources are Best
People always regard vitamin pills as their primary source of vitamins. This is a wrong approach. You should always look towards natural sources of vitamins first.
Our body assimilates the vitamins taken from natural sources better than it does from pills, so why take pills when you have them available so easily.
Vitamin A is easily available in raw carrots, spinach, cantaloupe and sweet potatoes.
Vitamin B1 can be taken in the form of whole grains, seafood, beans, sunflower seeds and pork.
Folic Acid is abundant in leafy green vegetables, wheat germs, oranges, mushrooms, beans and spinach.
Vitamin B2, Riboflavin are sourced by milk, yogurt, leafy green vegetables, chicken and a whole lot of fruits.
Vitamin B3, Niacin can be taken from canned tuna, chicken breast, brewer’s yeast, peanut butter, beans and sunflower seeds.
Vitamin B5, Pantothenic Acid is abundant in organ meats, fish, grains, peanuts, eggs and peas.
Vitamin B6, Pyroxidine is available in peanuts, oats, fortified cereals, chickpeas, potatoes, chicken, bananas.
Vitamin B12 is present in fresh fish, dairy products, eggs, beef and pork.
Vitamin C is present in large quantities in citrus fruits like oranges, limes, lemons. It is also present in green chillies, strawberries, melons, broccoli, cranberry juice, brussel sprouts.
Vitamin D is available as much as you want in the sun light. All you have to do is to spend 5-10 minutes in sun as much as 3 times in a week.
Vitamin E can be best taken from cod liver oil, fish, vegetable oil, whole grains, wheat germ etc.
Vitamin K is sourced from green leafy vegetables, beetroots, potatoes, eggs, dairy products, meats etc.
Vitamin P is found greatly abundant in most colored fruits.