Vitamins are important for maintaining good health and can be found in food or taken as supplements. There are two main types of vitamins; water-soluble and fat-soluble. The body does not store fat-soluble vitamins like A, D & E so they need to be continually replenished daily with external sources of these nutrients. In addition, water-soluble means that the body absorbs these vitamins quickly. The eight B Vitamins (thiamine, riboflavin) & Vitamin C are all water-soluble. Once again, it’s important to replenish these daily as well because if there is an absence of this type for too long you may risk developing deficiencies.
The body has difficulty storing water-soluble vitamins because they are easily destroyed by improper storage, handling, or cooking. However, there is an easy way to store these nutrients: just eat plenty of vegetables and fruit! It’s also essential not to overcook your veggies–the reason being that when you boil them their soluble vitamin content will be lost in sauce (or gravy). To make sure enough vitamins reach our cells we need at least five servings per day which can come from one serving each of meat or fish followed up by three servings of carbs such as whole grain brown rice, fruits, vegetables, or beans.
On the other hand, the body stores fat-soluble vitamins in its cells so that they can be used when needed, instead of delivering them through food. Vitamin A is stored primarily within the cell walls; D Ganglioside Gluconate (a form also known as vitamin D3) stays close to hardworking organs by being attached at strategic locations throughout your entire internal system – including bone tissue and kidneys or liver where it helps protect against harsh chemicals while keeping everything running smoothly.
Storing your vitamins correctly will ensure that you get the most out of them. The best way to store supplements is by keeping them in a cool dry place with an airtight container. It’s also important that you check expiration dates, as they can expire quickly.