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Vitamins & Multivitamins

Browse Nutrilives vitamins and multivitamins to find your supplemental aids to good health and well being. Find your every day vitamin A's, B's, C's, D's, and more if you're looking to supplement with a specific purpose or browse our popular multivitamins to help fill in multiple nutrient areas that you may be lacking. See our vitamin descriptions under our product selection below to find more information on the characteristics and effects of certain vitamins.

Vitamins are natural components of food that are essential for normal physiological functioning. Although they do not provide direct energy, they are still essential enzymes used by the body to keep our cells healthy and functional while performing everyday tasks. There are two types of vitamins; water soluble and fat soluble. Water soluble vitamins dissolve in water and are passed through the body freely without a lot of build up within the body. Fat soluble vitamins dissolve primarily in fat and therefore may be stored in the body for much longer. Due to the storage capacity of fat soluble vitamins, it is not necessary to consume these everyday.

Vitamin

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Description & Function
Solubility
Dietary Sources
Vitamin A Important for eyes, bones, immune responses, and reproductive function Fat - Carrots, pumpkin, sweet potatoes, kale, egg yolks, beets, squash
Vitamin D Important for bone health, calcium levels, cell growth, immune function, and teeth Fat - Most seafood, egg yolks, mushrooms, beef liver
Vitamin E

Important for protection of cell membranes and fatty acids from oxidation, protecting white blood cells, and antioxidant function Fat - Almonds, sunflower seeds, spinach, Swiss chard, avocado, peanuts, hazelnuts
Vitamin K1 Blood clotting and bone health Fat - Collards, spinach, kale, broccoli, Brussels sprouts, asparagus
Vitamin K2 Bone health, calcium deposition, supports growth and development Fat - Cheese, egg yolks, grass-fed butter, chicken, beef, dairy
Thiamine (B-1) Co-enzyme important to nerve function as well as energy and metabolism Water - Most nutritious foods such as whole grains, nuts, legumes, pork
Riboflavin (B-2) Co-enzyme essential for energy and metabolism; vision and skin health Water - Dairy products, green vegetables, whole grains
Niacin (B-3)
Enzyme essential for energy & Metabolism; Nervous system, digestive system, skin health and DNA replication/repair
Water - Beef liver, tuna, chicken breast, pork, salmon, whole wheat, almonds
Pantothenic Acid (B-5) Assists with fat and carbohydrate metabolism; supports hair, skin, eyes, liver, nervous system and more Water - Mushrooms, avocado, trout, chicken, crab, potatoes
Pyridoxine (B-6) Co-enzyme for carbohydrate and amino acid metabolism; blood cell creation Water - Tuna, turkey, beef salmon, chicken, spinach, sweet potatoes
Biotin (B-7) Co-enzyme for carb, protein, and fat metabolism Water - Nuts, egg yolks, onions, sweet potatoes, onions, liver, salmon
Folate (B-9) Co-enzyme for amino acid metabolism and DNA replication/synthesis Water - Spinach, lentils, chickpeas, asparagus, broccoli, beans, lettuce
Cobalamine (B-12) Formation of blood, nervous system function, co-enzyme for homocysteine metabolism Water - Shellfish, beef liver, beef, sardines, tuna, cod, dairy
Vitamin C
Collagen synthesis, immune function; synthesis of hormones, neurotransmitters, & DN; Iron absorption, anti-oxidation Water - Citrus fruits, broccoli, strawberries, peppers, kiwi, guava, papaya

*These statements have not been evaluated by the FDA and are not intended to treat or cure disease or cancer.