What is the compatibility of vitamins




Under compatibility vitamins understood the interaction of vitamins with each other, resulting in enhanced or weakened their effect.This means that if the vitamins are compatible, they can and should be used together in one step.Not compatible vitamins used after a certain period of time.


Compatible soluble vitamins




For fat-soluble vitamins include vitamins A (retinol), D (calciferol) and E (tocopherol), K. Vitamin A is compatible with vitamin C (ascorbic acid) and E. When used togetherVitamin A is better understood and action of his efforts.As vitamins C and E protect the vitamin A from oxidation and thereby enhance its ab
sorption in the body.Oxidized vitamin E may be reduced due to vitamin C. Vitamin D is poorly absorbed from foods containing a lot of vitamin E. Vitamin K is well absorbed if it is consumed together with vitamin B2, but not absorbed simultaneously with vitamin A.


compatible water-soluble vitamins




Water-soluble vitamins include the B vitamins, vitamin P (rutin), vitamin H (biotin) and vitamin C. For B vitamins include vitamin B1 (thiamine), vitamin B2 (riboflavin), vitamin B3 (nicotinic acidvitamin PP), Vitamin B5 (pantothenic acid), vitamin B6 (pyridoxine), vitamin B9 (folic acid) and vitamin B12 (cyanocobalamin).


Vitamin B1 combined with vitamin C. It inhibits the oxidation of ascorbic acid and thus contributes to the accumulation of vitamin C in the tissues.It is not combined with nicotinic acid, thiamine and pyridoxine.The interaction of these vitamins thiamine is destroyed or becomes inactive.


Riboflavin is compatible with vitamins B9, B6 and K, but poorly absorbed in the presence of vitamin B1 and C. It is found that the more vitamin C is used, the greater the output of vitamin B2.This is due to the fact that in the presence of vitamin C reduces the body's need for riboflavin.Vitamin B6 is well absorbed in the presence of vitamin B2, that is compatible with it.


Nicotinic acid combined with pyridoxine.Thus, in the presence of copper and vitamin B6 occurs better absorption of vitamin PP.


for better absorption of vitamin B5 is needed thiamine.Also, pantothenic acid is absorbed better in the presence of vitamin B2.And it is compatible with folic acid.Pantothenic acid facilitates the process of assimilation of vitamin B9.Vitamin B9 also compatible with Vitamin C. Thus, ascorbic acid contributes to the conservation of folic acid in the tissues.


Vitamin B12 is well used together with vitamin B5, and in the presence of vitamin C it is not digested.In addition, vitamin B12 is not combined with vitamin B6.At the same time taking these vitamins in vitamin B6 in the blood serum is reduced.


Vitamin C goes well with routine, while the use of these vitamins is enhanced each other's action.Thus, in the diet of vitamin E is present, even at low levels of vitamin C do not develop scurvy or occurs much later than it could.It turns out that vitamin E helps to meet the needs of vitamin C at the expense contained in the body of ascorbic acid.


Biotin well with folate, pantothenic acid and cyanocobalamin.