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Today, most of us believe in shortcuts and tend to think irrespective of what we eat, popping a pill is all that takes to retain health. Sadly, we are mistaken. A recent research study has banished claims that synthetic vitamin and mineral pills that doctors often prescribe us, don’t really help! On the other hand, they can possibly harm us.

Unlike what we all believed, the vitamins and mineral supplements that doctors often prescribed, don’t help much. This is because; our body is designed in a way to churn out toxins and foreign objects. Anything that’s not natural is not readily absorbed by our body!

When we are extremely weak and deficient due to sickness, age, or during other special circumstances like pregnancy, supplements can help. In the longer run, they do more harm than good. That’s why all Agel products are all-natural and hence, accepted by the body. Here are few foods that you must consume to ensure you get most, if not all of your Vitamins from your food. These are natural and readily accepted by the body.

Vitamin A

Our body’s important functions like vision, fertility and immunity, need Vitamin A in adequate quantities. Vitamin A also includes sources of beta-carotene, which helps eye membranes’ optimal functioning and also, aids with retina and cornea health. Sweet potato, carrot, pumpkin, spinach, cereals, milk and eggs are good sources of Vitamin A.

Vitamin B

With a main role of regeneration of neurotransmitters and cells, it’s a very important Vitamin for staying healthy. Eggs, milk and peanuts are good sources of Vitamin B.

Vitamin B1

It plays a key role in processing proteins and carbohydrates. Whole bread, cereals and whole grains are good sources.

Vitamin B2

It plays a key role in conversion of food to energy, production of red blood cells and metabolism. Milk, whole bread and cereals are good sources of Vitamin B2.

Vitamin B3

It plays a vital role in cholesterol production, digestion and conversion of food to energy. Fish, poultry, meat, cereals and whole grain are good sources of Vitamin B3.

Vitamin B5

It plays an important role in fat metabolism. Potato, cereals, oats, beef, chicken and tomato are good sources.

Vitamin B6

It plays a pivotal role in functioning of nervous system, metabolism of sugar and proteins, etc. It also boosts immune functioning. Cereals, fish, meat, organ meat, garbanzo beans, chickpea and soy are good sources of Vitamin B6.

Vitamin B7

It is important for synthesizing glycogen, fats and amino acids. Fruits and meats are good sources of Vitamin B7.

Vitamin B12

It is very important for production of red blood cells and protects against anemia. Peppers, broccoli, orange, berries and kiwi are good sources of Vitamin B12.

Vitamin C

It is an antioxidant that plays a key role in important body functions. It helps with synthesis of neurotransmitters and protein metabolism. It boosts immune function, boosts collagen production and prevents cell damage.  Sweet peppers, kiwi, orange Brussels, cantaloupe, lemon, lime, grapefruit, broccoli and berries are good sources of Vitamin C.

Vitamin D

It helps with calcium absorption and maintaining bone health. It boosts immunity, reduces inflammation and promotes cell growth. Sunlight, fish, cereals, milk and yogurt are good sources of Vitamin D.

Vitamin E

It is an antioxidant and protects from cell damage. It boosts immune function and important for proper functioning of blood vessels and blood clotting. Wheat germ, peanuts, sunflower and almonds are good sources of Vitamin E.

Vitamin K

It is very important for bone health and blood clotting. Spinach, broccoli, cabbage and Brussels sprouts are good sources.

By incorporating these foods in your diet your body will get these Vitamins in adequate quantities. These are natural and rich sources of these Vitamins and must be included regularly.

However, with age, strenuous and hectic work life or when you feel weak, consuming Vitamin Supplements can come in handy. The key is to ensure they’re natural like Agel MIN, so your body can readily absorb and utilize it. We will learn more about other nutrients and natural sources of those nutrients in our next post. Stay tuned and take care of your health. Do feed us back with your inputs with changes in your health and well-being, when you incorporate these foods in your dietary regimen.