Absorb More – Maximise Your Supplements!

The vitamin absorption abilities of your body are amazing when working properly, but it is important to understand that there are some vitamins or minerals which reply on other vitamins or minerals for optimum absorption into your body and the best bioavailability to your cells and processes.  Vitamins just like minerals, are needed to provide nutrients and they play an important part in every process that you body performs each and every day.  Vitamins come in two types; water-soluble and fat soluble and a deficiency of water-soluble vitamins such as a vitamin C deficiency from your diet, can have serious health effects.

Water soluble vitamins are vitamins which need water in your system to go through the vitamin absorption process.  Without water, your body cannot absorb these vitamins at all and they will just pass through you.  It is almost impossible to take too much of this vitamin type because these are vitamins that are flushed out of your system every day and must be replaced daily in your diet.  That is why many foods are fortified with water-soluble vitamins, to make sure you get the recommended amount daily of these nutrients.  Water-soluble vitamins include B1, B2, B3, B5, B6, B7, B9, B12 and C.  These vitamins need water to dissolve in so it si important that you drink enough water every day to make sure the best absorption of these vitamins.

Fat soluble vitamins are the other vitamin type.  These vitamins differ from water-soluble vitamins because they need fat in the body for absorption.  These vitamins are not excreted every day but instead are stored int he fact cells of your body until needed.  This allows you to go a day or two without eating these vitamins as long as you have enough of them stored in your fat cells to meet the needs of your body.  You must include some forms of health fats in your diet so that vitamin absorption will occur with fat-soluble vitamins.  These vitamins are: A, D, E and K.

Vitamin absorption can depend on other factors as well, because some vitamins or minerals can affect others adversely.  A vitamin C overdose can affect copper levels in your blood and impair the absorption of this mineral.  Vitamin D is essential for the greatest absorption of calcium so that you have strong bones and teeth.  Taking too much of any vitamin regardless of type, is not a good idea.  Even water-soluble vitamins that are excreted daily can build up if large doses are taken at once, or even throughout the day.  Fat soluble vitamins can have health consequences if taken in very large doses, because they store up in your liver and body gat.  This can cause your liver to become damaged and cause a variety of other medical problems depending on specific vitamins taken.  Vitamins act together and too little or too much of one can cause problems with your body’s ability to absorb others.

Many people take a multivitamin and mineral supplement every day to make sure that they get enough of the all the vitamins they need.  Balancing which vitamins you take and how often you take them is key to ideal vitamin absorption.  If you don’t take vitamins for several weeks, then take a heavy the absorption will be much less that if you take vitamins on a daily basis.  An ideal way to make sure that your vitamins are balanced every day is to take G&G’s Mega 2000 – a finely tuned multivitamin and mineral balance-perfect! Or for that little bit extra, take G&G’s IM90 formula – with added probiotics to support the digestive system; also take G&G’s Super Balanced B Complex – it speaks for itself!  All available at www.gandgvitamins.com


One response to “Absorb More – Maximise Your Supplements!

  1. thank you for your information……really interesting one..

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