Vitamins in Aroma di Estasi products
Retinol, commonly known as vitamin A, belongs to the fat-soluble vitamins. It is mainly accumulated in the liver and can be acquired from animal products, as well as fruit and vegetables, mainly from β-Carotene.
- prevents night-blindness.
- supports healthy hair, skin and nails.
- improves bone and teeth development.
- prevents cancer.
- increases immunity.
Vitamin A deficiency
It has been scientifically proved that although vitamin A deficiency is quite rare, it can cause night-blindness or even sight loss, as well as immune system impairment. Other symptoms include skin keratinisation and red lumps on the shoulders, thighs, and cheeks.
In order to minimize the risk of dangerous deficiency of vitamin A, it is crucial to add certain products to everyday diet, such as dried almonds, prunes or raisins. Combinations of such nutritious ingredients bring many health benefits.
Also known as thiamine, vitamin B1 is often unfairly underrated. What is interesting is the fact that it was discovered as the first of the B vitamins. Even small deficiency of this very important vitamin might have harmful effects on the human body.
- turns carbohydrates into energy.
- has beneficial influence on the nervous system.
- prevents tingling and numbness in the hands.
- neutralises thought disorders caused by drugs.
- helps fighting seborrhoea, baldness and acne.
Vitamin B1 deficiency may have dangerous effects on human health, including:
- eating disorders
- limb oedema
- weight loss
- cardiovascular and nervous system disorders
The sources of vitamin B1 accessible to all:
- lean pork meat
- whole grains
- plant seeds
- pumpkin, sunflower and sesame seeds
You can find various combinations of these necessary nutrients in our products. Add them to your diet to avoid deficiencies and improve your physical and mental health.
Vitamin B, also known as riboflavin, is extremely important in preserving health. Its valuable properties make it very useful in cosmetic, healthcare or food industry. Make yourself familiar with beneficial effects of products rich in vitamin B2 and add them to your everyday diet.
- supports functioning of the central and the peripheral nervous system.
- immunizes the body against pathogens.
- improves sight.
Possible effects of vitamin B2 deficiency:
- characteristic changes in the outer parts of the mouth
- skin inflammation
In order to reduce the risk of vitamin B2 deficiency it is important to ensure its appropriate intake. Hence, you should add the following products to your diet:
Also dried fruit and nut mixes are rich in vitamin B2 and can be a good supplement of everyday diet.
Vitamin B5 belongs to the B vitamins and can be found in many products, which minimizes the risk of its deficiency. Its properties have beneficial effects on the proper functioning of the body. You will find more information about this underrated vitamin below:
- enables mucous membrane and skin regeneration.
- contributes to cholesterol synthesis.
- protects the heart from ischemic heart disease.
The daily demand for vitamin B5 (pantothenic acid) for an adult person is 5 mg. It has been proved that an increased intake (up to 10 mg daily) can cause mild digestive disorders.
Where to find vitamin B5?
Pantothenic acid can be found mainly in coarse-grained products, such as pearl barley, buckwheat, wheat bran, pulses, egg yolk, yeast, lean meat and liver. Smaller amounts of vitamin B5 are also present in vegetables, fruit and milk. The dried fruit and nut mixes available online are also a valuable source of this nutrient.
Vitamin B6, also known as piridoxine, is another one of the B vitamins. It is indispensable in metabolism of the most important elements, such as carbohydrates, fats and proteins.
- enables the process of glycogen synthesis, as well as its breakdown in the muscles (glycogenolysis).
- takes part in haemoglobin synthesis.
- stabilizes blood pressure and heart functioning, as well as normalizes muscle contraction.
- has a beneficial influence on the nervous system.
- boosts immunity.
Piridoxine influences the functioning of the whole body and it is crucial to ensure its proper concentration. Vitamin B6 deficiency could have harmful effects on health, and its symptoms include:
- skin and mucous membrane irritation
- changes in the nervous system, such as depression or insomnia
It has been proved that chronic deficiency of vitamin B6 might lead to tumour development. Our mixes of natural ingredients will help you ensure the desired level of this valuable vitamin.
It is common knowledge that vitamin C boosts the immune system. However, many forget about the multitude of its other beneficial effects on the body. Vitamin C is called the vitamin of life for a reason and should not be overlooked in everyday diet.
- contributes to hormone secretion, e.g. in the sexual glands.
- helps increase calcium absorption.
- supports proper iron distribution throughout the body.
- combats free radicals and therefore slows down the ageing process.
- improves wound healing and bone fracture healing.
- has a positive effect on the heart and the vascular system.
- reduces blood pressure.
Typical symptoms of vitamin C deficiency:
- low immunity
- scurvy and bleeding gums
- weaker capillaries leading to microbleedings
- collagen synthesis disorders resulting in loss of skin elasticity
These harmful effects of vitamin C deficiency can be minimized by enriching your diet with our ready-made mixes of natural ingredients, such as dried fruit and nuts.