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Vitamins and Supplements 💊

List of Vitamins and Supplements 💊

Clearly vitamins and supplements played an important role in Hulk Hogan’s (WWE wrestler, entrepreneur, personality and musician) life. Our skin, hair, eyes, mouth and nails can all be early warning indicators of ill health, including vitamin deficiencies. Some vitamins and supplements need to be taken daily whereas others are stored in your body. Men, women, children and babies all have different daily requirements so it’s important to eat a healthy balanced diet.

  • ADDucation’s list of vitamins and dietary supplements compiled by Joe Connor and last updated on Feb 16, 2023 @ 10:07 pm.

Important! This list of vitamins and supplements is for information only and does NOT constitute medical nor lifestyle advice. We recommend you seek professional medical advice before taking any vitamins and supplements. Tips: Click column headings with arrows to sort them. Reload page for original sort order. Resize your browser to full screen and/or zoom out to display as many columns as possible. Click the ➕ icon to reveal any hidden columns. Start typing in the Filter table box to find vitamins and supplements inside the table.

Vitamin: Other Name/s Role Food Sources Needed daily? Affects Vitamin Deficiency Symptoms May Include:
Vitamin A Retinol, beta-carotene Vitamin A helps maintain the immune system. It defends against infection and illness. Vitamin A maintains the skin lining of body parts. Green, red and yellow vegetables including spinach, carrots, sweet potatoes, peppers, kale and pumpkin. Yellow fruit including mango, papaya and apricots. Liver/liver pâté, cheese, eggs, milk products, oily fish, yogurt/yoghourt and fortified low-fat spreads.


No. Retina, vision in dim light, bone and tooth structure, growth, skin lining, e.g. nose lining. Night blindness, dry and rough skin and dermatitis.
Vitamin B1 Thiamine Vitamin B1 breaks down and releases energy from food (fats, carbs and proteins). Helps maintain a healthy nervous system. Whole grain breads, un-husked rice, wheat germ, beans, peas, fresh or dried fruit, nuts, eggs, liver, fish and milk. Yes. Helps keep skin looking young and healthy. Nausea, fatigue, tremors, forgetfulness and depression.
Vitamin B2 Riboflavin Vitamin B2/Riboflavin breaks down and releases energy from food (fats, carbs and proteins). Soya beans, milk, eggs, rice, turkey, spinach, almonds and fortified breakfast cereals. Yes. Helps keep eyes, skin and the nervous system healthy. cracked and red lips, inflammation of the tongue, lining of mouth, mouth ulcers, cracks at the corners of the mouth, sore throat, dry skin, iron-deficiency anemia, itchy, watery, bloodshot eyes and sensitivity to bright light.
Vitamin B3 / Vitamin PP / Vitamin P-P / PP-factor (from “pellagra-preventive factor”) Niacin Vitamin B3 releases energy from food (fats, carbs and proteins). Whole grain, wheat flour, peas, beans, peanuts, yeast, liver, meat, eggs, fish, milk and fortified breakfast cereals. Yes. Helps maintain a healthy nervous system and keeps skin looking young and healthy. Weight loss, nausea, diarrhea and depression.
Vitamin B5 Pantothenic acid, Pantothenate Forms red blood cells, adrenal hormones and releases energy from food. Whole grain, wheat, green vegetables, peas, beans, liver, meat. Yes. Releasing energy, skin, hair and sex hormones. Very rare, headaches, cramps and abdominal pain.
Vitamin B6 Pyridoxine Vitamin B6 releases energy from food and forms hemoglobin/haemoglobin to carry oxygen around the body. Most food, especially whole grains, wheat germ, bread, bananas, beans, liver, pork, poultry, fish and fortified breakfast cereals. Yes. Carbohydrate, protein and fat metabolism, antibodies; keeping skin looking young and firm. Skin problems, anemia and chapped lips.
Vitamin B7 / Vitamin H Biotin, Coenzyme R Vitamin B7 helps the body break down fat. Low levels in most foods, especially oats, wheat, nuts, beans, liver and egg yolks. Vitamin B7 Is also created by bacteria in the bowel. No. Elimination of waste materials; fat and carbohydrate metabolism. Hair loss, sore tongue, muscle pain, eczema, scaly red rash on face and genital areas, numbness/tingling of extremities, lethargy, depression, hallucinations and ataxia.
Vitamin B8
Inositol Vitamin B8 helps the body break down fat and stop fats collecting in the body. Vitamin B8 is found in fruit, especially oranges and cantaloupes. Can also be extracted from nuts, beans and grains. The body also naturally creates inositol from glucose. No. Promotes healthy hair growth. Helps prevent fatty build-up in the liver and heart. Possible natural treatment for depression, panic disorders, OCD and other psychiatric disorders. Anxiety, depression, impotence, OCD, panic disorders, eczema, psoriasis and baldness.
Vitamin B9 / Vitamin M / Vitamin Bc
Folic acid, Folacin Vitamin B9/Folic acid helps the body form red blood cells. In unborn babies folic acid reduces the risk of central neural tube defects (spina bifida). Green vegetables, fruits, whole grain bread, nuts, peas, beans, yeast, liver and eggs. Yes. DANN formation, red blood cells and nervous system. Folate deficiency anemia/anaemia and sores in the mouth.
Vitamin B12 Cobalamin Vitamin B12 plays a role making red blood cells, maintaining the nervous system, releasing energy from food and using folic acid. Liver, meat, fish, eggs, dairy products (except butter) and green leafy vegetables. Yes. Helps keep skin looking young and healthy. Fatigue, loss of appetite, concentration disorder, burn-out and B12 deficiency anemia/anaemia
Vitamin C Ascorbic acid Vitamin C helps form, maintain and protect cells and helps wounds to heal. Citrus fruits and raw fruits; oranges, strawberries, blackcurrants. Vegetables, potatoes, broccoli, sprouts, tomatoes, green and red peppers. Yes. Growth, immune system, healthy bones, teeth and gums, red blood cells, blood vessels, cartilage, bones and skin cells. General pain, loose teeth and nosebleeds. One of the most important vitamins and supplements.
Vitamin D Calciferol Vitamin D helps regulate the amount of phosphate and calcium in the body. Oily fish, salmon, tuna, cod liver oil, liver and eggs. Yes. Bone and tooth hardness, blood clotting, metabolism, nerves and muscles, relief of psoriasis Soft bones, rickets in children, restlessness, bone pain (osteomalacia) in adults. One of the most important vitamins and supplements.
Vitamin E Tocopherol Vitamin E helps maintain healthy eye and skin and the immune system to defend against infection and illness. Vegetable oils, egg yolk, whole grains, cereals, oatmeal, wheat germ, nuts, parsley and green leafy vegetables. No. Eyes and skin, cell membranes (delays aging), red blood cell-formation, wound healing. Very rare and possibly anemia.
Vitamin K Phytomenadione Vitamin K helps wounds heal and is needed for blood clotting. Cauliflower, broccoli, cheese, potatoes, wheat germ, liver and egg yolk. No. Clotting ability of the blood, may also help keep bones healthy. Very rare, nosebleeds and bruising.

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