Vitamins In Aloe Vera...
Promote Optimal Health, Boost Your Energy and Defend Your Immune System

Vitamins in Aloe Vera are complex substances that are essential for your good body function. They serve as building blocks...maintaining your body's general wellness, strong teeth and bones, and most importantly, inhibits some forms of cancer growth.

Of course, you need Vitamins in Aloe Vera for your 'non-stop' vitality and energy.

And remember that, these vitamins equally help to control your calcium absorption and excretion -- a vital requisite for your healthy skeletons...

The 'sweetest' of them all is that, they provide you with enough antioxidants to help you battle the menace of free radicals and assist in oxygenating your blood for your improved blood circulation.

The more reasons Aloe Vera is regarded as 'medicine plant', 'miracle plant'...

Ok, another fact you should have in mind, is they equally assist to remove your wound scars.


You've to take note that if you lack a certain vitamin or group of vitamins, your body's functions may be greatly affected to the point of weakness, disease or even death... this gives more reasons to take your consumption of vitamins in aloe vera very seriously...


Two Categories of Vitamins Exist...

Generally, there are two categories of vitamins you should know i.e. Fat Soluble and Water Soluble vitamins. Fat Soluble dissolve in fats while Water Soluble dissolve in water. Examples of Fat Soluble are vitamins A, D, E and K, ...while examples of Water soluble vitamins are B complex, C, and foliate (folic acid).

"One caveat though, Aloe vera doesn't contain vitamin D".

Now, let's inspect how these vitamins 'bless' you with their abundant nourishment:

Functions Of Fat Soluble Vitamins In Aloe Vera:

1.  Vitamin A : (Retinol and Beta-Carotene) This is essential for reproduction and maintenance of the linings of the lungs, gastro-intestinal tract, uterus and urinary tracts against infection. Good for growth and development, enhances your immune system.  Essential for vision and great in cancer prevention and pre-cancerous conditions.

Deficiencies: Night blindness, dried and inflamed eyes, increased skin infection and weakened immune system.

Sources: Eggs, liver, kidney and fish liver oil.

2. Vitamin E - Essential antioxidants, helps to oxygenate your blood to improve blood circulation
and aids in removing wound scars.

Deficiency:- Low sex drive, infertility, exhaustion after light exercise, slow healing process,
loss of muscle tone and varicose vein etc.

Sources:- Peanuts, sunflower oil, wheat germ oil, almonds.

3. Vitamin K :- Essential for blood clotting --a blood coagulation process that prevents you from bleeding to death.

Deficiency: - Dietary deficiency is a rare occurrence. Excessive bleeding or poor blood coagulation action, bleeding from gum, intestine and urinary tracts.

Sources:- Meat, eggs, spinach and broccoli.

vitamins in aloe vera

Now, let's take a peep into the benefits of vitamins in Aloe Vera that dissolve in water...

Functions Of Water Soluble Vitamins In Aloe Vera:

1. Vitamin C - Solid antioxidants, plays a vital role in the formation of several enzymes, facilitates the absorption of iron, helps in the healing of wounds,  formation of collagen, that gives you healthy skin and strong joints...

Deficiency:- Delayed wound healing, scurvy -- a disease characterized by bleeding from the gums;
bleeding from the skin and general tiredness/fatigue.

Sources:- Oranges, lemon, tangerine, lime, Kiwi, guava, mango, broccoli and water melon.

2. Vitamin B complex - A complex (group) of vitamins that total more than ten individual nutrients. But, the most essential are vitamin B1 (Thiamine), B2 (Riboflavin), B3 (Niacin), B5 (Pantothenic acid),
B6 (Pyridoxine) and B12 (Cyanocobalamin).

They play an important role in the body's energy production, nervous system, immune system,
and iron absorption for example:

Vitamin B1 (Thiamine) is essential for energy production, food digestion and brain function

Vitamin B2 (Riboflavin) converts fat, sugars and protein into energy, cares for hair, eyes and nails,
and balances the PH level of the body...

Vitamin B3 (Naicin) is involved in balancing blood sugar and cholesterol, aids digestion and inflammation...

Vitamin B5 (Pantothenic acid) supports the production of anti-stress hormones known as Steriods, essential for coordination of nerves and brain and controls fat metabolism...

...others include

Vitamin B6 (Pyridoxine): vital for the manufacture of red blood cells and antibodies, activates the utilization of protein, fights cardiovascular diseases...

Vitamin B12 (Cyanocobalamin): helps to carry oxygen in your blood stream hence essential for maximum energy, flushes out tobacco and other toxins in your body, utilizes protein and needed in the synthesis of DNA.

Deficiencies:- Deficiencies are quite enormous, but I'll try to give a summary here:

Vitamin B1: Mal-absorption or severe alcohol dependence, loss of appetite, irritability and tiredness. Severe deficiency may result in abdominal pain, constipation, depression and memory loss

Vitamin B2: Soreness of the tongue and corners of the mouth. People taking antidepressant drugs or ostrogen-containing oral contraceptives are susceptible to its deficiency...

Vitamin B3: Weakness, weight loss, depression, lethargy, itching of skin exposed to sunlight,
swollen and painful tongue...

Vitamin B5: Deficiency is rare because it's contained in many foods and also produced by your
intestinal bacteria, however, symptoms may include muscle tremors or cramps, burning feet or tender heels, vomiting, teeth-grinding...including anxiety or tension.

Vitamin B6: Lack of energy, irritability, muscle tremors or cramps, flaky skin, depression or nervousness...

Vitamin B12: Anemia -- a disease characterized by fatigue, pallor, an increased heart beat rate and lack of energy. Some other signs include emotional disturbance, skin disease, tongue inflammation and hair loss.

Major Sources:- Meat, liver, milk, yeast and its products, nuts and whole grain cereals.

The last major vitamin in the Water Soluble company is the...

3. Folic acid - Essential in the formation of RNA and DNA. Critical during pregnancy for development of brain and nerves. Also complements the production of red blood cells and utilization of protein...

Deficiency:- Poor memory, eczema, cracked lips, Megaloblastic anemia -- a disease characterized by fatigue, pallor, increased heart beat rate and lack of energy. Others include probable infertility and premature greying of hair

Sources:- Brussels sprouts, cabbage, spinach, green beans and cauliflower.

As you can see...

"You Need Vitamin In Aloe Vera To Stay Healthy For Your Family"

By and large, vitamins in aloe vera are what you need to run along with vigor and strength. They empower you to actively participate in your daily chores... And always remember that all these vitamins contribute to give Aloe Vera its potency as an exalted specie of superfoods...

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