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Micronutrients consist of vitamins, minerals, and antioxidants. In general, it protects our health and makes us more resistant to diseases. Micronutrients must be consumed for our metabolism to perform its duties healthily and rapidly. The main ones are A, B, C, D, E, K Vitamins etc. It consists of vitamins and minerals containing Calcium, Phosphorus, Zinc, Selenium, Magnesium, and Iron.

Although macronutrients are the source of growth and quality energy, it is impossible without micronutrients’ values. The factors you need to pay attention to when buying micronutrients will be to consume in individual quantities. It is also not recommended to consume more or less dosage.

Micronutrients are rapidly dissolved, released in the bowels and the body and taken into the bloodstream. They have advantages as well as disadvantages. To give an example of vitamin C, it is necessary to take this vitamin in small quantities and continuously because the body breaks down this vitamin quickly.


Vitamin groups are mainly as follows;


They are divided into two groups as fat-soluble and water-soluble vitamins. The water-soluble vitamins are B and C. It is recommended to consume continuously and little by little. These vitamins contribute to the functioning of many metabolic functions such as regulation of energy, carbohydrate and lipid metabolism in the body, growth and development, gene expression, antioxidant qualities.


Fat-soluble vitamins are vitamins A, D, E, and K. These vitamins generally have functions such as gene expression, growth and development, synthesis of coagulation factors, vision.



Major Vitamins Benefits:


Vitamin A: Necessary for the eye health.


Vitamin D: Strengthens the immune system and provides calcium absorption. It contributes to bone development.


Vitamin E: Protects cells against damage. It is an antioxidant and provides healing.


Vitamin K: Necessary for blood clotting and proper bone development.


Major Minerals Benefits:


Calcium: Necessary for the development and function of bones and teeth.


Phosphorus: It is a part of the bone and cell membrane structure, and ensures its regeneration and development.


Magnesium: Helps with more than 300 enzyme reactions, including the regulation of blood pressure.


Sodium: Helps fluid balance and maintains blood pressure.


Chloride: Often found with sodium. It helps maintain fluid balance and forms digestive juices.


Potassium: Helps nerve conduction and muscle function.


Iron: Supports the formation of hormones and provides oxygen to the muscles.


Manganese: Aids in amino acid, carbohydrate, and cholesterol metabolism.


Copper: Necessary for connective tissue formation, brain, and nervous system function.


Zinc: Necessary for growth, immune system and wound healing.


Fluoride: Trace minerals necessary for bone and tooth development.


Selenium: Important for thyroid health, reproduction and defense against cell damage.