This vitamin is an antioxidant that aids in vision, bone growth, reproduction, cell functions and immune system functions.
This vitamin can be absorbed through the skin and helps the body absorb calcium.
This vitamin plays a key role in aiding the immune system and metabolic process; is found naturally in vegetable oils, nuts, seeds and leafy greens; and is especially needed by liver disease, cystic fibrosis and Crohn's Disease patients.
This vitamin is important for the skin, bones and connective tissue; and is found naturally in many citrus fruits, tomatoes and broccoli.
This vitamin helps the body make proteins for healthy bones and tissues as well as proteins that aid in blood clotting.
A lack of these two vitamins can cause anemia.
Vegetarians often lack this vitamin in their diet.
There are eight essential B vitamins, which are found in fish, poultry, meat, eggs and some dairy products. Which of the following is NOT a B vitamin?