Vitamin-rich Syrups for kids and adults
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Vitamin-rich SyrupsDear ladies and gentlemen! Dear parents!
Let "Health Meadow" vitamin-rich syrups be an everyday diet option for your family members — take care of your children health from their early days.
Adequate dosage of "Pear" (Grusha) and "Cranberry" (Chernaya smorodina) syrups enriched with a vitamin complex (A, D, E, K, B1, B2, B6, PP, B12) will allow you to make up for deficiency of vitamins in children and adults and exclude intake of synthetic vitamin drugs and pills auxiliary components of which often provoke allergy, especially in children.
Each vitamin of the complex is essential to sustain human life.
Vitamin A is essential for the transmission of light into vision; to the growth of the lungs, ears and heart; it is commonly used to treat a variety of skin diseases.
Vitamin D aids in the absorption of calcium and phosphor, forming and maintaining strong bones.
Vitamin E is effective in relieving cells from physical and emotional stress.
Vitamin K is known as the clotting vitamin, because without it blood would not clot, it also plays active role in bone metabolism.
Vitamin B1 is vital in changing carbohydrates into energy your body can use.
Vitamin B2 is needed in metabolism of fats. It is required by your eyes to discern colors.
Vitamin B6 is involved in the metabolism of proteins, amino acids and sulfurs, in the formation of healthy red blood cells. It controls functioning of the central nervous system and supplies energy to brains, is most beneficial to the skin, hair and nails.
Vitamin PP is needed in metabolism of carbohydrates and for changing carbohydrates into energy , is beneficial to the skin, nervous and muscular systems, gastrointestinal tract.
Vitamin B12 is used in the manufacture of red blood cells and the maintenance of nerve fibers.
Folic acid is particularly important for the rapid cell growth, for the formation of healthy red blood cells; prevents from birth defects in embryos.
Pantothenic acid plays a number of essential metabolic roles including some of those related to metabolism of fats, carbohydrates, estrogens.
Biotin is essential in metabolism of fats and carbohydrates.