Proper daily intake of vitamins is necessary for good health. Research shows that stress of any sort depletes vitamins. Are you aware of the critical importance of vitamins P, Q, and K, and do you know how to get enough of each?
Vitamin P, also called bioflavonoids, is water soluble and aids in the absorption of vitamin C. Bioflavonoids may be useful in lowering cholesterol levels. Peppers are a good source of bioflavonoids.
Vitamin Q, or coenzyme Q10, is thought to be useful in the treatment of cardiovascular disease. Cholesterol-lowering drugs are regularly reported to interfere with coenzyme Q10 absorption. Grass-fed-to-finish beef is an excellent source of coenzyme Q10.
Vitamin K is important for blood clotting. Grass-fed-to-finish cows, omega-3-rich local or organic eggs, and dark, leafy vegetables are good sources of vitamin K.
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