Thiamine vitamin or more commonly known as B1 got it’s name because it was the first B vitamin to be discovered. Vitamin B1 is a water soluble vitamin that exists within the range of B complex vitamins. This is a vital enzyme that assists the body in converting food in to energy. Also known as the anti-stress hormone, B1 also plays a key role in producing good fats, digesting proteins as well as maintaining a healthy nervous system.
Sources of Vitamin B1
Thiamine can be synthesized only in bacteria, fungi and plants. [click to continue…]
Vitamin A is a fat soluble vitamin that is found in abundance within our liver and aids in growth, development and innumerous bodily functions specifically in maintaining healthy vision, strengthening the immune system and providing fresh & glowing skin. Vitamin A is also sometimes known as retinol as it produces the vital pigment present in the retina’s of our eyes that enables our eyes to function properly.
Sources of Vitamin A
There are two basic forms of Vitamin A
1. Retenoids (found in animal foods) [click to continue…]
If you can’t afford or don’t like going to the gym or you don’t have the space or the money to invest in making one at home, you’re probably wondering if you can achieve good enough results by replacing the gym exercises with ones you can do at home or outside. You have the willpower, but you lack equipment, so it’s only logical to ask: what are the ways to get stronger, without the need of weights? [click to continue…]