We are going to dive into each item on the bottle and truly acknowledge how they are beneficial to the average individual…
Now, I know everyone isn’t using this supplement, but I’m sure the majority of the items listed here will be in your Multi – Vitamin as well..
Are you ready? Do you have Water, Coffee, Tea or a Snack? ….. And we are off…
I will be giving you the main benefits for each listed item.
Side Note: Please remember that I am in no way shape or form a doctor of any kind. Please use supplements at your own risk.
I have acquired this information by studying the following sources at the end of the blog:
Okay, Here we go.....
Vitamin A – Helps maintain the Immune system, good for vision and Skin
Vitamin C – Helps cure the common cold, antioxidant, fights cataracts, lowers blood pressure and protects the body from infections
Vitamin D3 – Helps process your Calcium and Phosphorus intake within your stomach and Increases Calcium in your bloodstream
Vitamin E – Antioxidant, Immune system function and great for hair and skin
Vitamin K – Anti-Inflammatory
Thiamin (Vitamin B1) – Is used for digestive problems, AIDS and helping to boost the immune system and treat Beriberi
Riboflavin (Vitamin B2) – Antioxidant, prevents headaches, breaks down proteins, fats, carbs and helps treat anemia
Niacin – (Vitamin B3) Helps arthritis, reduces cholesterol and is beneficial for Cardiovascular health
Vitamin B6 – Healthy brain function, maintaining nerve functions, helps form red blood cells and helps break down proteins
Folic Acid – Helps to prevent miscarriage, helps memory loss, and helps to prevent colon and cervical cancer
Vitamin B12 – Converts carbs in glucose, healthy regulation for the nervous system, reduces stress, protects against heart disease, helps against cancer, beneficial for healthy hair, skin and nails
Biotin – Beneficial for healthy hair, nails and skin. Supports the digestive tract, metabolism and cells.
Pantothenic Acid (Vitamin B5) – Stress reducer, heart health, healthy hair and nails, Immune system health and Stamina builder
Calcium – Beneficial for strong bones, maintains weight and Possible a cancer fighter
Iron – Muscle function, brain function, and transports oxygen through the body
Iodine – is needed in the body for normal growth and development – Iodine controls the functioning of the thyroid glad.
Magnesium – Helps reduce migraines, lowers blood pressure, treats diabetes and prevents cardiovascular diseases
Zinc – Beneficial for the immune system, fertility, taste, smell, appetite, growth and cell division.
Selenium – Fights against viral and bacterial infections in the immune system, supports thyroid function, antioxidant, it is currently known to help prevent cancer. Healthy eyes and hair and helps absorb Vitamin E
Copper – For copper deficiency, treating anemia, helps heal wounds, osteoporosis and osteoarthritis
Manganese – (Weak bones) Bone development, blood sugar control, wound healing and helping menstrual symptoms
Chromium – Helps the metabolism, reduces food cravings, and helps move blood sugar from the bloodstream into your cells (helps control blood sugar)
Molybdenum – Fights inflammatory diseases, may fight anemia and help break down proteins
Well there you have it! Here is a simple list of all the benefits from our daily vitamin.
I hope you were able to learn a few things today!
Thank you for stopping in!!
The Wellness Wolf