A vitamin is a natural substance that is a basic micronutrient which an organism (humans, animals, microbes) needs in little amounts for the best possible working of the body system. Most vitamins can’t be synthesized in humans or animals either at all or not in adequate amounts, and accordingly should be acquired through the diet. They are present in food sources such as vegetables, meat, fish, eggs, fruits, nuts, dairy products and many others

There are about thirteen important ones: Vitamin A, nutrient B1 (thiamine), nutrient B2 (riboflavin), nutrient B3 (niacin), nutrient B5 (pantothenic corrosive), nutrient B6 (pyridoxine), nutrient B7 (biotin), nutrient B9 (folic corrosive or folate), nutrient B12 (cobalamins), nutrient C (ascorbic corrosive), nutrient D (calciferols), nutrient E (tocopherols and tocotrienols), and nutrient K (quinones).

We provide accurate results from our analysis of your food products (raw or packaged) for vitamins either for personal uses or research purpose.

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