6 Vitamins Every Woman Should Take To Avoid Serious Health Problems

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Women should take vitamins to evade having some serious illnesses.  Here are six necessary vitamins every woman should have a dose of.



1. Vitamin A

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Vitamin A is a healthy antioxidant that keeps the body healthy. Apart from that, this vitamin prevents diseases and premature aging.

Natural Sources: Pumpkin, Tomatoes, Carrots, Apricots, Eggs, Peaches, Milk, Cereal, Watermelon, Guava and more.



2. Vitamin B2

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Vitamin B2 boosts immunity and lessens tingling and numbness. The Vitamin B2 deficiency is exhibited through dental issues, dry hair, chapped lips, wrinkles and itchy skin.

Natural Sources: Nuts, Mushrooms, Dairy, Leafy Greens, Whole Grains, Cereal, Eggs, and Soybeans.



3. Vitamin B6


Vitamin B6 Strengthens the defense mechanisms and hormones. It also prevents depressive disorders, anxiety, memory loss and a heart condition. Vitamin B6 deficiency causes low blood count.

Natural Sources: Banana, Fortified Cereal, Avocado, Meat, Seafood, Beans, Dried Fruits, Nuts, and Seeds.



4. Vitamin B7


The Vitamin B7 promotes cell growth and it takes part in the synthesis of fatty acids. This vitamin keeps your bones, nails, skin and hair healthy. Its deficiency causes low blood count, depression, sleepiness, rashes, hair split ends, brittle nails, and rapid heart rate.

Natural Sources: Cabbage, Cauliflower, Green Peas, Broccoli, Sweet Potatoes, Spinach, Oats Soybeans, and Lentils.



5. Vitamin B9


Vitamin B9 is recommended for aging women. This vitamin prevents hypertension, heart disease, cancer, Alzheimer’s disease, depression and memory loss. The Vitamin B9 deficiency causes low blood count, depression, sleepiness, hair split ends, brittle nails and rapid heart rate.

Natural Sources: Dark Leafy Greens, Asparagus, Broccoli, Citrus Fruits, Avocado, Okra and Brussels Sprout.



6. Vitamin B12


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The Vitamin B12 prevents heart disease, nerve issues, low blood count, memory loss, depression, dental problems and more.

Natural Sources:  Meat, Fish, Milk, Cheese, and Cereal.


Based on materials from Healthy Life Box



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