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Vitamin Minerals Antioxidants Colour Grid

  • Vitamin A
    Function
    • Supports eye health
    • Support for normal growth
    Dietary Sources
    Liver, fish, egg yolk, milk, butter, cheese.
    Benefits
  • Vitamin B1
    Function
    • Supports normal metabolism of carbohydrates
    • Helps with energy production from food
    Dietary Sources
    Brazil nuts, brewers yeast, whole grain breads/cereals, meat, legumes, brown rice.
    Benefits
  • Vitamin B2
    Function
    • Supports normal metabolism of protein, fat and carbohydrates
    • Helps with energy production from food
    Dietary Sources
    Cereal, meat, eggs, leafy green vegetables, liver, milk products.
    Benefits
  • Vitamin B5
    Function
    • Supports metabolism of carbohydrates, fat and protein
    • Helps support the body to repair cells and tissues
    Dietary Sources
    Yeast, liver, eggs, milk, wholegrain cereals, meat, legumes.
  • Vitamin B6
    Function
    • Supports normal metabolism of carbohydrates, fat and protein
    • Supports the natural repair of cells and tissues
    • Supports the synthesis of vital compounds
    • Supports a healthy heart.
    Dietary Sources
    Chicken, liver, ham, nuts, fish, wholegrain cereals, bread, corn, bananas, avocados.
    Benefits
  • Vitamin B12
    Function
    • Supports normal formation of healthy red blood cells, a healthy nervous system and various proteins
    Dietary Sources
    Liver and other organ meats, meat, seafood, eggs, dairy.
    Benefits
  • Vitamin C
    Function
    • Antioxidant to support immunity and help fight free radical damage
    • Supports normal collagen production (found in skin and bones)
    • Support for healthy teeth and gums
    • Aids absorption of iron
    Dietary Sources
    Citrus fruits, black currants, strawberries, green vegetables, potatoes, cauliflower.
    Benefits
  • Nicotinamide
    Function
    • Supports normal metabolism of carbohydrates, fat and protein
    • Essential for normal growth
    Dietary Sources
    Yeast, liver, fish, nuts, whole grains, legumes, lean meat.
  • Vitamin H
    Function
    • Supports normal carbohydrate, fat and protein metabolism
    • Energy production
    Dietary Sources
    Meat, liver, dairy, yeast, wholegrain cereals, egg yolk, soybeans and nuts.
    Benefits
  • Folate
    Function
    • Vital for function of a healthy central nervous system
    • Helps maintain normal blood
    • Essential for supporting the healthy formation of red blood cells, enzymes
    • Supports protein metabolism
    Dietary Sources
    Liver, kidneys, green vegetables, eggs, wholegrain cereals, yeast, orange juice.
  • Lutein
    Function
    • Helps support healthy eyes
    • Helps maintain healthy vision
    Dietary Sources
    Spinach, brussel sprouts, broccoli, kale
    Benefits
  • Lycopene
    Function
    • Helps maintain a healthy heart
    Dietary Sources
    Red foods such as tomatoes and tomato products, apricots, pink grapefruit, watermelon and guava.
    Benefits
  • Vitamin D3
    Function
    • Supports calcium and phosphate absorption in the small intestine
    • Helps maintain normal levels of calcium and phosphate in the blood
    Dietary Sources
    Sunlight, fatty fish, cod-liver oil, eggs, milk and butter.
    Benefits
  • Vitamin E
    Function
    • Antioxidant
    • Helps support immunity
    • Helps fight free radical damage
    Dietary Sources
    Vegetable oils, wheat germ, nuts, seeds, soya, wholegrains, leafy green vegetables, fortified margarines.
    Benefits
  • Vitamin K1
    Function
    • Maintenance of normal blood coagulation
    Dietary Sources
    Turnips, green tea, liver, green leafy vegetables, soybeans, liver, wholegrain cereals and potatoes.
  • Betacarotene
    Function
    • Antioxidant to support immunity and help fight free radical damage
    • Healthy Skin
    • Converted to Vitamin A in the body
    Dietary Sources
    Yellow and orange fruit and vegetables and dark green leafy vegetables such as carrots, spinach, broccoli and apricots.
    Benefits
  • Calcium
    Function
    • Helps builds and maintain healthy bones
    • Supports normal muscle tone and contraction
    • Helps support normal blood clotting
    • Support for healthy nerve function
    Dietary Sources
    Dairy products, salmon, green vegetables, nuts, legumes.
    Benefits
  • Magnesium
    Function
    • Support for normal bone strength
    • Muscle support and comfort
    • Helps support normal smooth muscle and hormonal action
    Dietary Sources
    Nuts, legumes, grains, green leafy vegetables, soybeans, wholegrain.
    Benefits
  • Potassium
    Function
    • Essential element for the support of electrical activity of the heart, muscles and nervous system
    Dietary Sources
    Fresh fruit & vegetables, wholegrain, meat.
  • Chromium
    Function
    • Supports normal carbohydrate, lipid and protein metabolism
    • Assists in normal glucose metabolism
    Dietary Sources
    Processed meat, wholegrain, brewers yeast, liver, cheddar cheese.
  • Copper
    Function
    • Supports healthy skeletal development and repair
    • Helps maintain healthy nervous system and bones
    Dietary Sources
    Oysters, kidney, dried legumes, liver, nuts and seeds.
    Benefits
  • Iodine
    Function
    • Required for the support of normal thyroid function
    Dietary Sources
    Seafood, table salt
  • Iron
    Function
    • Component of haemoglobin which transports oxygen in the blood
    Dietary Sources
    Meat, egg yolk, legumes, cocoa, shellfish, fortified cereal.
  • Manganese
    Function
    • Supports healthy skeletal development and repair
    • Catalyst for metabolic reactions
    Dietary Sources
    Wholegrain, leafy green vegetables, tea.
    Benefits
  • Selenium
    Function
    • Antioxidant
    • Helps support immunity
    • Helps fight free radical damage
    Dietary Sources
    Seafood, meat, poultry, brazil nuts, grains.
    Benefits
  • Zinc
    Function
    • Supports the body in healing, growth and repair
    • Important mineral to support healthy skin
    • Essential for the metabolism of Vitamin A
    Dietary Sources
    Meat, nuts, oysters, ginger, egg yolk, potatoes, garlic, liver.
    Benefits