Name Of School: Tancredo de Almeida Neves
Series: The 7th
Students: Adriel, David, Erick and Felipe
Good Day, we talk about the benefits and dangers that we use to not consumefoods that contain vitamins, complex b, c, d, e, and k.
Vitamin A has numerous important functions in the body as a protective action on the skin and mucous membranes, and exertessential role in the retina and the functional capacity of the reproductive organs it is also necessary to keep the skin, vision and immune system healthy. Foods that contain vitamin A are carrots, liver,butter, mango, egg yolks and cheese.
Thiamine (substance of Vitamin B1) is important for production of hydrochloric acid and the formation of blood. It plays an important role in themetabolism of carbohydrates. No problem if ingested in excess, because it does not accumulate in the body (is eliminated through feces). The absorption is impaired with the high consumption of alcohol,which interferes with the transport of the substance. A deficiency of vitamin B1 appears mainly in alcoholic patients and is known as beriberi. Their sources are red meat, liver, legumes, cereals,milk and eggs.
Riboflavin is essential in the metabolic process protein, carbohydrates and fats. Riboflavin is also involved in the process of maintaining skin integrity. It isnecessary for the formation of red blood cells, antibody production, cell respiration and growth in general. Relieves eyestrain (tired eyes) and is important in the prevention and treatment of cataracts.Participates in the metabolism of carbohydrates, fats and proteins. Their sources are red and white meat, liver, milk, cheese and eggs.
Vitamin B3 is necessary for proper circulation andhealthy skin. Vitamin B3 help nervous system function in the metabolism of carbohydrates, lipids and proteins, and production of hydrochloric acid for the digestive system. Niacin lowers cholesterol...