Vitamin is a kind of micro organic substance that human and animal must obtain from food to maintain normal physiological function, and it plays an important role in the process of human growth, metabolism and development.
Ascorbic acid, a dietary source, is widely found in fresh fruits and vegetables. Tomatoes, cauliflower, persimmon peppers, dark leafy vegetables, balsam pear, citrus, grapefruit, apple, grape, kiwi fruit, fresh jujube, etc. are rich in Ascorbic acid.
Folic acid supports the body's ability to produce red blood cells and is used to treat anemia in pregnant women.
Vitamin A can promote growth and reproduction, maintain the normal secretion of bone, epithelial tissue, vision and mucous epithelium and other physiological functions. Vitamin A and its analogues can prevent precancerous lesions.
Prevention of cancer, effective inhibition of tumor growth; prevention of multiple chronic diseases; prevention of inflammatory skin disease, alopecia; prevention of hemolytic anemia.
Vitamin B1, also called thiamine, is found in many foods and is vitally important to keeping a body operating properly.
Vitamin B6 is important for the metabolism of all food and supports the health of the heart and cardiovascular system and brain nervous system.