• Elise Rousse

What are vitamins good for?

  1. Prevents eye and skin disorders

  2. Strengthens the immune system

  3. Promotes skin and hair health

  4. Improves health of bones and teeth

  5. Lowers cholesterol

  6. Essential to the reproductive system

  7. Leafy, dark green vegetables (kale, Brussels sprouts)

  8. Dark orange fruits (apricots, cantaloupe)

  9. Orange vegetables (carrots, butternut squash, sweet potatoes, pumpkin)

  10. Chestnuts, pecans, pistachios

  11. Eggs

  12. Goat cheese

  13. TunaVitamin C

(a powerful antioxidant)

  1. Essential for healthy skin, bones, and connective tissue

  2. Promotes healing (perfect to treat a cold or the flu)

  3. Improves health of gums and teeth

  4. Helps the body absorb iron

  5. Contributes to brain function

  6. Apples and Pears

  7. Red and green peppers

  8. Tomatoes

  9. Broccoli

  10. Vegetables in the cabbage family

  11. Lettuce

  12. Spinach

  13. All citrus fruits

  14. Papayas

  15. Mango

  16. Kiwi

  17. Cantaloupe

  18. Strawberries

  19. Pineapple

  20. FennelVitamin D

  21. Plays an important role in your nerves, muscles and immune system

  22. Keeps your bones strong

  23. Prevents joint discomfort

  24. Helps treat arthritis and tooth decay

  25. Egg yolks

  26. Fatty fish (salmon, tuna, and sardines)

  27. Soy milk, almond milk

  28. Tofu

  29. Goat cheese

  30. Poultry, beef

  31. Sunlight (but watch out for your skin!)Vitamin E

(a powerful antioxidant)

  1. Boosts your immune system and metabolism

  2. Improves blood circulation

  3. Slows down ageing

  4. Protects the cells

  5. Balances cholesterol

  6. Repairs damaged skin and thickens the hair

  7. Helps PMS symptoms

  8. Improves stamina

  9. Vegetable oils

  10. Almonds

  11. Hazelnuts

  12. Pine nuts

  13. Blackberries, raspberries

  14. Cranberries

  15. Blackcurrants

  16. Nectarine, peach

  17. Leafy greens

  18. Butternut squash, pumpkin

  19. Potatoes

  20. Wheat germ

  21. Whole-grain products

  22. Egg yolksVitamin K

  23. Necessary for proper blood clotting

  24. Essential for building strong bones

  25. Prevents heart disease

  26. Leafy green vegetables

  27. Vegetables in the cabbage family

  28. Dark berries

  29. Scallions

  30. Cashews

  31. Chestnuts

  32. Pistachios

  33. Edamame

  34. Kidney beansVitamin B1

  35. Converts carbohydrates into energy

  36. Necessary for the heart, muscles, and nervous system to function properly

  37. Slows down ageing

  38. Improves memory and digestion

  39. Reduces risk of Alzheimer’s disease

  40. Helps keep a healthy heart

  41. Lean meats and fatty fish

  42. Dried beans

  43. Soy foods

  44. Sunflower seeds

  45. Nuts

  46. Whole grains

  47. Peas

  48. Brussels sprouts

  49. Butternut squash

  50. Asparagus

  51. Parsnips

  52. Potatoes, sweet potatoes

  53. Dates

  54. Mango, pineapple

  55. Orange, grapefruit

  56. Pomegranate

Vitamin B2

  1. Essential for growth of tissues and organs

  2. Helps regulate thyroid activity

  3. Strengthens immune system

  4. Improves digestion

  5. Turns carbohydrates into energy

  6. Produces red blood cells

  7. Beef & Lamb

  8. Oily fish

  9. Eggs

  10. Legumes (beans and lentils)

  11. Nuts (especially almonds)

  12. Green leafy vegetables (broccoli, spinach

  13. Asparagus

  14. Artichoke

  15. Mushrooms

  16. Sesame seeds

  17. Bananas

  18. Dates

  19. Pomegranate

  20. Mango, passion fruit

  21. Goat cheese

  22. Quinoa, oatsVitamin B3

  23. Helps maintain healthy skin

  24. Promotes nerve function

  25. Lowers cholesterol levels

  26. Helps with headaches

  27. Helps treat diabetes

  28. Improves appetite and helps digestion

  29. Helps cure impotence and erectile dysfunction

  30. Red meat, poultry and fish

  31. Peanuts

  32. Mushrooms

  33. Green peas

  34. Sunflower seeds

  35. Avocado

  36. Potato, sweet potato

  37. Pumpkin, squash

  38. Corn

  39. Artichoke

  40. Mango

  41. Nectarine, peachVitamin B6

  42. Prevents heart and kidney diseases

  43. Helps the body produce red blood cells

  44. Protects the immune system and boosts metabolism

  45. Essential for women’s and baby health

  46. Gives relief from emotional disorders and aids in proper function of nervous system

  47. Helps maintaining healthy levels of hormones

  48. Helps treat eczema, acne, hair loss and skin disorders

  49. Potatoes

  50. Beans

  51. Banana

  52. Grapes

  53. Pineapple

  54. Watermelon

  55. Spinach, kale

  56. Whole grain cereals

  57. Seeds and nuts

  58. Legumes (Beans, edamame, chickpeas)

  59. Red meat, poultry, fish

  60. EggsVitamin B9 (Folic Acid)

  61. Helps the body make red cells

  62. Reduces the risk of strokes

  63. Helps fight depression, stress and anxiety

  64. Helps build and repair skin cells

  65. Helps prevent cancer and heart diseases

  66. Liver

  67. Dried beans and lentils

  68. Green leafy vegetables

  69. Asparagus

  70. Avocado

  71. Orange

  72. Mango

  73. Pineapple

  74. Pomegranate

  75. Blackberries, blueberries, raspberries, strawberries

  76. Dates

  77. Whole grain bread, brown rice, and cerealsVitamin B12

  78. Helps to make red blood cells

  79. Crucial for nerve cell function

  80. Oily fish, red meat and poultry

  81. Milk, cheese

  82. Eggs

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