A 4000
Protects your health

Vitamin A occurs in nature in two forms: preformed vitamin A and beta-carotene (or provitamin A or vitamin A precursor). The term Retinol indicates the amount of usable vitamin A that has already been broken down and is now in the bloodstream and available for use.

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B 2 25
The re-energising vitamin

Vitamin B 2 100 is a vitamin with a deep yellow colour, which is used as a food colourant. It is an important vitamin as it allows the chemical energy contained in macronutrients (carbohydrates, sugars and fats) to be converted into useful energy for the body.

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B 3 100
Your calming vitamin

Also known as niacin or vitamin PP due to its Pellagra-Preventive action, vitamin B3 is found in peanuts, white meat (especially turkey), beef liver, salmon, tuna, swordfish and in brewer’s yeast.

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B 9 400
Your green vitamin

Above all known as “folic acid”, this vitamin gets its name from the term “folate, foliage”. Its primary sources are: green leafy vegetables (broccoli, spinach and lettuce). Folic acid deficiency is primarily caused by an unbalanced diet.

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D 300
A ray of daily sunshine

Vitamin D can be obtained through both diet and sun exposure. The more pigmented the skin, the less vitamin D needs to be introduced through diet. Do you know that the suntan lotions with a protection factor greater than eight prevent the synthesis of this extraordinary vitamin?

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B12 500
Your energising vitamin

Isolated and identified in 1948 as a nutrient needed for the liver and characterised by the presence of the “cobalt” metal ion, vitamin B12 is useful in people who are stressed, tired and convalescing.

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