VITAMINS - Equaid Research

VITAMINS

The mare's milk provides a varied amount of the following types of vitamins. Then the theoretical amounts of vitamins in mare's milk compared with those found in human milk is.

VITAMIN A (RETINOL)

Retinol is a fat-soluble vitamin essential for the retina do do the functions. It is necessary for the growth of epithelial tissue and bone. It is also required in reproduction, embryo development and lactation. Besides, increase the immune function. Contributes to the health of the skin.

VITAMIN B1 (THIAMINE)

The B group vitamins are water soluble. Thiamine has the ability to enhance mental activity and learning. Helps keep eyes in good condition along with vitamin A and is effective against dizziness. Involved in the treatment of alcoholism, depression, beriberi and polyneuritis, multiple sclerosis and myasthenia gravis. Furthermore, it is required to effectively absorb glucose as fuel in the nervous system. Is one of the substances that our body needs to convert carbohydrates into energy.

VITAMIN B2 (RIBOFLAVIN)

This vitamin has a function that is closely linked to vitamin B1 , riboflavin is involved in the transformation of food into energy. Improves vision, especially the elderly, and also in a good state of nervous system cells. It also participates in the growth and reproduction. Vitamin B2 regulates the growth of red blood cells and helps maintain a strong inmuntario system. It also helps the hair, skin and nails have good health.

VITAMIN B3 (NIACIN)

Niacin has several important properties for the proper functioning of our body. Helps lower cholesterol and triglyceride levels, stabilize blood sugar, promotes circulation and helps reduce blood pressure. It is useful in cardiac disorders, intervenes in the treatment of insomnia and mental disorders and cancer treatments. Prevents and improves migraines, helps reduce the symptoms of vertigo and keeps the tissues and mucous membranes of the digestive system in good condition. In addition, vitamin B3 also has an important role in the production of energy for the organism. It is essential for the synthesis of sex hormones and is involved in the preparation of cortisone, insulin and tyrosine. It must be said that to carry out all these functions is important that vitamin B3 is reinforced by other vitamins of the same complex as the B2.

VITAMIN B5 ( PANTOTHENIC ACID )

Pantothenic acid is required for the formation of antibodies, is also important because it minimizes the toxic effect of some antibiotics and helps heal wounds. Helps combat the negative effects of drugs such as the fatigue or tiredness. Involved in the synthesis of stress hormones (such as adrenaline ) and also in the formation of insulin. Helps reduce symptoms of arthritis, migraine, and it also helps lower blood cholesterol levels. It is important to convert fats and sugars into energy for the synthesis of iron and for the normalization of the digestive process. It is recommended for people who suffer from anxiety or depression.

VITAMIN C ( ASCORBIC ACID )

Vitamin C is water soluble and is associated with many features and benefits for our body. Ascorbic acid accelerates the healing of wounds and bone fractures, helps to prevent or improve skin conditions and is essential for the synthesis or production of hormones and neurotransmitters. It is an antioxidant, that already brings many advantages (some similar to lysozyme, which are too). Helps fight viral and bacterial diseases and can also help prevent the formation of carcinogens. It can contribute to the improvement of the immune system. Combat stress, protects the circulatory system and lowers blood pressure levels, helps reduce cholesterol and improve constipation. In addition, it is important when it comes to detoxify the body of heavy metals, in the treatment of arthritis and rheumatism and in people with Parkinson's. We should also mention that reduces complications of type II diabetes and increases estrogen production during menopause. Helps maintain healthy collagen in the skin, repair damaged tissue and promote healthy teeth and bones. 

VITAMIN D (CALCIFEROL)

The calciferol is very important to ensure proper use and maintenance of adequate levels of calcium and phosphorus fat soluble vitamin. It also promotes blood clotting, is involved in processes of many hormones, strengthens the immune system helping to prevent infections and keeps the nervous system in good condition. Also has an important role in the development and maintenance of teeth, bones and cartilage, both children and adults.

VITAMIN E (TOCOPHEROL)

Tocopherol is fat soluble. It is recommended for the prevention and treatment of cardiovascular disease, as it helps to fight cholesterol and triglycerides. It also prevents the formation of clots and extension, and therefore the strokes. Promotes normal growth and normal muscle development, you can even increase muscle strength and improve the ability of the tissues to use oxygen. As the immune system, this also has some functions determined to regulate the binding of platelets and increase the immunological response, such as stimulating the erythrocytes to acquire more resistance. Also helps fight PMS symptoms, stress, fatigue, degenerative disease, Parkinson 's disease, Crohn... Provides protection against anemia and is helpful in healing, vision, fertility and reproductive system. Also worth mentioning is a detoxifying agent and protects against environmental pollutants. It may be helpful in preventing cancer, and also enhances the action of selenium treatments for this disease. 

VITAMIN K (FITAMENADIONA)

Vitamin K is fat soluble and provides a good liver function, promotes bone formation of our body. Studies suggest that vitamin K helps to increase bone density and prevent fractures in people with osteoporosis. It is also necessary for proper calcium absorption and helps reduce excessive menstrual flow. The fitamenadiona is necessary for blood to clot, for example regulates prothrombin factors which prevent uncontrolled bleeding or bleeding throughout the body. Besides, it also helps to strengthen the capillaries.