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What Are Vitamins? And How Do They Work?

Vitamins are an essential element of the body. Which makes very little in the body, but the scope of its work is much more. Lack of vitamins...

Vitamins are an essential element of the body. Which makes very little in the body, but the scope of its work is much more. Lack of vitamins can cause serious problems in the body. Let me give you a small example, lack of vitamin A can reduce your eyesight and even make you blind. Again, lack of vitamin D can lead to many problems, including bone loss, bone pain, weight gain. Vitamin E deficiency can also cause your beautiful hair to fall out and skin diseases to appear, not taking long to make your beautiful skin awkward.

What Are Vitamins

Now you must understand that the importance of vitamins in the human body? But there are some serious misconceptions about vitamins among the people of our country. Most people think that for any physical problem, the body is deficient in vitamins. Close your eyes and eat vitamin tablets like rice. Again, it is seen that when I go to the doctor with any disease, he says to himself, Sir, prescribe me a vitamin. Doctor Babu is also forced to write. There are also cases where a doctor is not considered a very good doctor if he does not prescribe vitamins. So the doctor was forced to prescribe some vitamins. I have no objection to this. My point is, what vitamin ingredients do you actually have in the medications you are taking in the name of vitamins?


The doctor himself does not know the answer to this question. Neither do you, nor the pharmacists, nor do the representatives of the pharmaceutical companies. Now and then, TV reports show that they are selling vitamin tablets made of flour from old Dhaka and Hazari alleys of Chittagong and selling them at Rs. Which is extremely painful. Buying and playing these will only waste your hard-earned money. Nothing will happen.


So, where is the solution ??? Is there a solution ??? Yes, of course. The main sources of vitamins are vegetables and fruits. Every vegetable and fruit contains almost all kinds of vitamins and minerals. While no one can guarantee that medicines bought from your pharmacy contain vitamins and minerals, vegetables and fruits are rich in vitamins and minerals. You don't have to be a researcher or a doctor to know this. So you can buy vegetables and fruits instead of buying vitamins called tablets with your hard-earned money. In our country, different vegetables and fruits are available in different seasons. These will meet your body's need for vitamins as well as most minerals. An adult person will eat about 350-400 vegetables + fruits every day. Hopefully, there will be no deficiency of vitamins in your body.

What Are Vitamins

Vitamins: Organic nutrients that help the body grow normally and increase immunity from very small amounts in ordinary food are called vitamins. Lack of vitamins or nutrients in the body leads to disorders of various diseases or problems. For example, lack of vitamin A can lead to poor eyesight.


No vitamin deficiency problem

Lack of any nutrient causes some special problems in the body, sometimes physical, sometimes mental. Lack of vitamins can lead to hair loss, muscle cramps or pain, various nervous problems,  constipation, and even mental exhaustion. Let's take a look at all the problems or symptoms of vitamin deficiency in the body.


  • If the skin is cut by a small scratch or injury, it should be understood that the body is deficient in Vitamin C. In addition, rough skin problems also occur. Spicy foods can make up for the lack of vitamin C.
  • Dry or chapped lips are very common in winter. However, if the body is deficient in vitamin B-12, this problem can occur in any season.
  • Dandruff means a lack of fatty acids in the body. In addition, the lack of vitamin B  makes the hair rough.
  • Lack of copper in the body can be a reason for hair to ripen at a young age. For this, you can eat copper-rich foods like almonds, mushrooms, etc. However, due to digestive problems or liver problems can also cause premature hair loss.
  • Even after getting adequate rest, there is a lack of physical vitality. Lack of vitamin D can lead to fatigue throughout the day, even after adequate rest.
  • However, in addition to vitamin deficiency, the problems mentioned above can occur for various reasons. So you should not buy vitamin supplements from the nearest drug store in a hurry. Consult a doctor if necessary.

What are the main sources and health benefits of Vitamin P?

Vitamin P "is a name for a group of plant-based substances we now know as bioflavonoids (once known as vitamin P, a large class of plant compounds that are found in deep-colored fruits, vegetables, cocoa, tea, and wine). Eating salad with plant foods, you are getting a dose of vitamin P.

Source:

Citrus fruits such as oranges, lemons, blackberries, red and blue fruits such as strawberries, and blueberries are excellent sources of flavonols known as anthocyanins.

Black tea contains flavored catechins and Christine, which help fight the hardening of the arteries.


Health facilities:

Flavonoids are believed to provide various health benefits and help prevent heart disease, diabetes, and other diseases.


What is Vitamin P? Vitamin P daily intake

Water-soluble vitamin P, opened relatively recently in 1936 by American biochemist A.

 Gent Gairgi-. Scientists note that ascorbic acid cannot completely cure crushed guinea pigs in patients. Here, when added to the treatment of untreated plants, the animal cures the extract.

Then there is a scientist and other substances that help fight disease and help the body recover faster. As a result of the study, opened up vitamin P, in which the formulas differ significantly from many others (from English permeability - constant.). Its name was supposed to be the ability of vitamin A to improve capillary permeability.


A short time later, scientists experimenting with the nature of new chemicals learned that it has many biologically active ingredients in its composition - flavonoids. To date, there are about 150 types of ingredients, including rutin, catechin, anthocyanin, esculin, hesperidin, and many others.


Bioflavonoids - a plant-derived substance that is a huge favor and value for the human body.

Vitamin P has many similarities with ascorbic acid (vitamin C). Both vitamins are similar not only in their biological properties but are found in the same food. Vitamin C and P repeatedly increase the so-called synergy effect of each other.


Useful properties of the material

Its composition has several properties due to vitamin P:

1. Blood vessels and capillaries are strong. Their structure is normalized. Blood artery walls become more elastic, dilating and contracting when it is needed.

2. Actives improve vitamins to improve thyroid operation.

3. Leads to resistance to infection. The body actively fights viruses and various inflammatory processes. Bioflavonoids have antibacterial properties.

4. A substance in green tea called catechin contributes to the restoration of damaged cell structure.

5. The active ingredient is involved in the formation of glucocorticoids, increasing the body's resistance to many diseases.

6. Vascular walls and capillary growth are reduced, and normal blood pressure is reduced.

7. It makes the body's ability to improve blood circulation, which again promotes a greater supply of oxygen to the brain, reduces fatigue.

8. Vitamin components prevent bleeding, as well as atherosclerosis.

9. Rutin bleeding struggles with the gums and nose.

10. It stimulates and normalizes adrenal cortex activity.

11. Vitamins of matter, unity in the path, and handling of elements.

12. It has analgesic and anti-inflammatory effects.

13. It inhibits both harmful and malignant growth of tumor cells. Thus vitamin P ointment medicine is not an oncological disease and can only be used simultaneously without substituting chemotherapy, radiation, and other traditional treatments for such diseases.

14. Reducing intraocular pressure.

15. Harmful metals and toxic headaches remove food products and enter the body from the surrounding environment.

16. Rutin has beneficial effects on the entire cardiovascular system, protecting and removing cholesterol from the blood vessels.

17. Bioflavonoids help keep the kidneys in good shape.

18. Improves sharpened lymphoveinous function, condition of veins and blood vessels.


Vitamins are often prescribed for permanently swollen or enlarged veins. Regular use of bioflavonoids has greatly reduced the risk of hypertension, myocardial infarction, and coronary heart disease. Vitamin P component in skin cells suppresses its aging, reducing cellular structure.


Vitamin combination

Simultaneous with vitamin A and vitamin CP inhibits cataract development.

Vitamins C and P prevent the degradation of human acids, thereby strengthening skin cells and soothing them together. Its structure is unobstructed and young. In addition, it is acid, capillary energy support walls and reduces the likelihood of bleeding and permeability to rashes.

Treatment

In addition, vitamin P is used in the treatment of:

  • Gastric ulcer and duodenal ulcer;
  • Hypertensive disease;
  • Permanently swollen or enlarged veins and blood clots in blood vessels;
  • Skin diseases;
  • Hemorrhagic diathesis;
  • Anemia;
  • Hemorrhoids;
  • Arthritis;
  • Allergic reactions;
  • Poisoning;
  • What does it contain?
Foods that are known and accessible to everyone, for example, contain vitamin P for berries and fruits:
  • Wild roses;
  • Raspberry;
  • Cranberries;
  • Jam;
  • Banana;
  • Black currants;
  • Blueberries;
  • Cherries;
  • Cranberries;
  • Apricot;
  • Citrus;
  • Walnuts;
  • Grapes;
  • Chokeberry.
  • And also in vegetables and herbs:
  • Red pepper;
  • Green buckwheat;
  • Cabbage;
  • Tomatoes;
  • Green salad;
  • Dill;
  • Onions;
  • Parsley;
  • Kinsey

Leave green tea.

Note that frozen fruits and vegetables lose their vitamin P almost completely. Therefore, you need to use them only fresh. The above includes routine living beer, vegetable oil, coffee, tea, wine, and egg yolks.


The daily dose of vitamin P.

As to exactly how much of the human body must have this vitamin, medical opinions differ greatly. The estimated daily dose is 25-70 mg of rutin. However, it should be less than half the dose of vitamin C.


According to experts, vitamin P can rarely be eliminated from the body by hypervitaminosis, such as a rapid kidney. Therefore, do not overdose on adverse effects. Moreover, increased doses of vitamins are recommended at intraocular pressure.

Some experts recommend taking 100 mg of bioflavonoids per 500 mg of ascorbic acid.


Vitamin P deficiency

With a lack of routine observed by a person:

  • Red rash on the skin;
  • Muscle pain in the legs with the hands while walking at the shoulder;
  • Excessive fatigue even in the absence of physical exercise;
  • Drowsiness;
  • General fatigue.

In addition, the lack of vitamins leads to the formation of small bleeding and bruising of the fragility of the vessel walls, giving rise to respiratory and heart diseases.

Flavonoids in the body can cause an uncomfortable cerebral hemorrhage and edema, such as cranial traumas.


Vitamin P deficiency during pregnancy can be caused by nasal congestion, arising from the fragility of the veins. In addition, there is a risk of miscarriage at any stage. Therefore, all pregnant or planning pediatric women have vitamin complexes, which contain and employ rutin.


Preparation

Also no existence preparation of products containing vitamin P. These include: "Undevit," "Dekamevit," "Complicit." Rutin is a member of the well-known medical products - "Ascorutin," "quercetin."


Vitamin P is being stored.

Bioflavonoids - rather whimsical. In what products it will not be held, Vitamin P is broken down by being affected by low temperatures. However, this is not the only factor. Among other things, bioflavonoids and light smoke are destroyed by the time of heat treatment and also dissolved in water. Therefore, to get enough vitamins, it is necessary to eat raw, unprocessed foods containing flavonoids. And it is recommended to give up bad habits.

Physicians are advised to have a rule: eat vitamin P vegetables and herbs, along with meat and fish meals, at least once a day, every day. And then after a month will be more by vitamin deficiency. If you do not like any vegetables or greens, you can resort to vitamin complexes that include vitamin P in their composition. They must be taken regularly for the body. The single-dose will not be any.


Funny facts

When taken in the stomach, vitamin P potentiates the effect of ascorbic acid 20 times, thus protecting it from oxidation. Also, the body contributes to the accumulation of vitamin C, which helps to avoid vitamin deficiencies even in winter.


Vegetables, fruits, berries, and herbs, which contain bioflavonoids, are a bright color that will attract beneficial insects. In addition, these plants are protected from pests, parasites, fungi, and bacteria.


After all, after getting acquainted with the facts, there is no need for any other one, and no animal will have doubts about the importance of vitamin P, vitamins and what is a useful list of useful properties, yet the lack of vitamins has been able to cause such damage to the body.