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Vitfacts - Herbfacts - Vitaminfacts incorporating Herbfacts - Welcome to Vitamin Facts incorporating Herb Facts, a site all about vitamins, minerals and herbs. It's your essential guide to Natural Health & Nutrition. 

  • http://www.vitfacts.co.uk/vitamins/ Vitamins - Vitaminfacts incorporating Herbfacts - Vitamins are essential for life but are called micro-nutrients because they are needed in very small amounts in the diet
  • http://www.vitfacts.co.uk/biotin/ Biotin - Vitaminfacts incorporating Herbfacts - Biotin is water soluble and part of the family of B vitamins.  It is also known as vitamin H or Co-Enzyme R.
  • http://www.vitfacts.co.uk/vitamin-a/ Vitamin A - Vitaminfacts incorporating Herbfacts - Vitamin A or Retinol was so named because of its importance in vision: the rods of the eye within the retina need retinol for proper vision. 
  • http://www.vitfacts.co.uk/vitamin-b1/ Vitamin B1 - Vitaminfacts incorporating Herbfacts - Vitamin B1 or Thiamin is water-soluble and part of the family of B Vitamins.  It supports a great many bodily functions.
  • http://www.vitfacts.co.uk/vitamin-b2/ Vitamin B2 - Vitaminfacts incorporating Herbfacts - Vitamin B2 or Riboflavin is water-soluble and part of the group of B vitamins.
  • http://www.vitfacts.co.uk/vitamin-b3/ Vitamin B3 - Vitaminfacts incorporating Herbfacts - Vitamin B3 or Niacin is water-soluble and part of the B vitamin family, it can be manufactured from the amino acid tryptophan.
  • http://www.vitfacts.co.uk/vitamin-b5/ Vitamin B5 - Vitaminfacts incorporating Herbfacts - Vitamin B5 or Pantothenic Acid is part of the water soluble family of B vitamins. It is so-named from the Greek word - pantos - meaning everywhere.
  • http://www.vitfacts.co.uk/vitamin-b6/ Vitamin B6 - Vitaminfacts incorporating Herbfacts - Vitamin B6 or Pyridoxine is not just one vitamin but a group of water-soluble compounds, which includes pyridoxine, pyridoxal and pyridoxamine.
  • http://www.vitfacts.co.uk/vitamin-c/ Vitamin C - Vitaminfacts incorporating Herbfacts - Vitamin C is probably the most widely recognised of all vitamins.  It is an essential nutrient that must be obtained from fruits and vegetables.
  • http://www.vitfacts.co.uk/vitamin-e/ Vitamin E - Vitaminfacts incorporating Herbfacts - Vitamin E is a fat-soluble vitamin that is actually a family of compounds, the tocopherols, found in nature. 
  • http://www.vitfacts.co.uk/vitamin-k/ Vitamin K - Vitaminfacts incorporating Herbfacts - Vitamin K is actually a group of three related fat soluble vitamins – vitamin K1 (phylloquinone), vitamin K2 (menaquinone) and vitamin K3 (menadione). 
  • http://www.vitfacts.co.uk/what-is-a-vitamin/ What is a vitamin? - Vitaminfacts incorporating Herbfacts - Vitamins are essential for life but are called micro-nutrients because they are needed in very small amounts in the diet. 
  • http://www.vitfacts.co.uk/boron-2/ Boron - Vitaminfacts incorporating Herbfacts - Boron is a relative newcomer to the trace mineral scene and, as yet, no NRV has been established.
  • http://www.vitfacts.co.uk/calcium/ Calcium - Vitaminfacts incorporating Herbfacts - Calcium is the most abundant mineral in the body and, as such, one of the most important.
  • http://www.vitfacts.co.uk/chromium/ Chromium - Vitaminfacts incorporating Herbfacts - Chromium is an essential trace mineral and is a vital molecule in regulating carbohydrate metabolism.
  • http://www.vitfacts.co.uk/copper/ Copper - Vitaminfacts incorporating Herbfacts - Copper is an essential trace mineral and is found in many foods in small amounts and in all body tissues.
  • http://www.vitfacts.co.uk/iodine/ Iodine - Vitaminfacts incorporating Herbfacts - Iodine is an essential trace mineral of which two thirds of the body’s stores are found in the thyroid gland.
  • http://www.vitfacts.co.uk/iron/ Iron - Vitaminfacts incorporating Herbfacts - Iron’s key function is carrying haemoglobin, the body’s main oxygen-transporting molecule, around the body.
  • http://www.vitfacts.co.uk/magnesium/ Magnesium - Vitaminfacts incorporating Herbfacts - Magnesium is the fourth most abundant mineral in the bodyand plays a very important role in numerous enzyme reactions.
  • http://www.vitfacts.co.uk/what-is-a-mineral/ What is a mineral? - Vitaminfacts incorporating Herbfacts - Minerals are actually the basic constituents of all matter. They are part of living tissue as well as existing in their inorganic form in the earth. 
  • http://www.vitfacts.co.uk/zinc/ Zinc - Vitaminfacts incorporating Herbfacts - Zinc is an essential trace mineral that delivers so many Important functions, it is probably the busiest of all the minerals!
  • http://www.vitfacts.co.uk/herbs/ Herbs - Vitaminfacts incorporating Herbfacts - Herbs are plants with specific parts being roots, leaves, flowers or berries, that may have pharmacological activity in the body.
  • http://www.vitfacts.co.uk/agnus-castus/ Agnus Castus - Vitaminfacts incorporating Herbfacts - Agnus castus has been used in herbal medicine for centuries to relieve symptoms associated with female hormonal imbalances.
  • http://www.vitfacts.co.uk/aloe-vera/ Aloe vera - Vitaminfacts incorporating Herbfacts - Aloe vera looks like a cactus but is actually a succulent member of the tree lily family.

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