Vitamins 101

Many vitamins are necessary in the human diet, but the typical American diet does not supply it.

  • Vitamin A: helps with Cell division, Cell-to-cell communication, Maintenance of epithelial tissue and skin, It’s an immune stimulant, and provides the human with Anti-cancer activity.

Also Helps with vision, growth and bone development.

  1. Counteracts night blindness, weak eyesight, and aids in the treatment of many eye disorders.
  2. Builds resistance against respiratory infections.
  3. Aids in the proper functioning of the immune system.
  4. Shortens the duration of diseases.
  5. Keeps the outer layers of your tissues and organs healthy.
  6. Helps in the removal of age spots.
  7. Promotes growth, strong bones, healthy skin, hair, teeth, and gums.
  8. When applied externally can help treat acne, superficial wrinkles, impetigo, boils, carbuncles, and open ulcers.
  9. Aids in the treatment of emphysema and hyperthyroidism.


  • Beta-Carotene: protects the DNA against the damaging effects of carcinogens.
  1. Alters the adenylate cyclase activity, this is what affects cell differentiation, whether a cell will turn cancerous or not.
  2. Don’t forget micronutrients work in synergism, 2+2=7. Beta Carotene and vitamin A go well together for significant improvement in radiation treatment, although, you should not settle for conventional treatments.
  3. There is virtually no toxicity to beta-carotene at any dosage.


  • Vitamin D: Your body can produce it, but once you have a sun tan, production stops.
  1. Properly utilize calcium and phosphorus to keep bones and teeth strong.
  2. Boost your immune system.
  3. Get your brain flush with mood-regulating serotonin.
  4. Improves cognitive function, especially for people over 65.
  5. Substantially cuts risk of cancer.
  6. Aids in getting the most out of your vitamin A intake.
  7. Deficiency leads to Rickets, severe tooth decay, osteomalacia, and senile osteoporosis. Toxicity begins at 40,000 iu= 1mg per day.


  • Vitamin E: Zinc must be present to properly utilize vitamin E.
  1. Protects against the potentially damaging effects of iron.
  2. Vitamin E seems to work by protecting your Immune “soldiers” from their suicidal plunge at cancer cells.
  3. Strengthens the activity of the thymus and spleen organs to boost lymphocyte proliferation.
  4. Prevents gut bacteria from migrating into the blood to cause septicemia.
  5. Protects you from toxins!
  6. You can’t get enough in food.
  • Vitamin K: Selectively toxic to tumor cells. In combination with vitamin C forms anti-cancer compound.
  1. Helps in preventing internal bleeding and hemorrhages.
  2. Aids in reducing excessive menstrual flow.
  3. Promotes proper blood clotting.
  4. Helps protect against diabetes by reducing risk of insulin resistance.
  5. Improves bone mineral content and increases bone mass.
  6. Aids in preventing cardiovascular disease.
  • Vitamin C
  1. Protector against free radicals.
  2. Maintainer of tough connective tissue.
  3. Producer of adrenaline for energy.
  4. Producer of serotonin for though and calmness.
  5. Boosts immune function to protect against infections and cancer.
  6. Converter of cholesterol into bile for its elimination in the bowels.
  7. Maintainer of fat stores in the adipose tissue to prevent heart disease.
  8. Regulator of bone formation.
  9. Detoxifier to better tolerate pollutants.
  10. Reducer of allergic reactions by preventing histamine release.
  11. Regulator of insulin to better control blood sugar levels.
  • B1 (thiamin): Improves aerobic function. This one is very critical in energy metabolism. Become deficient and you will develop a condition of weakness and inability to function.
  1. Promotes growth
  2. Aids digestion, especially of carbohydrates
  3. Improves your mental attitude
  4. Keeps nervous system, muscles, and heart functioning normally
  5. Fights car sickness, as well as air and sea sickness
  6. Relieves dental postoperative pain
  7. Aids in treatment of herpes zoster
  • B2 (Riboflavin):
  1. Aids in growth and reproduction.
  2. Promotes healthy skin, nails, and hair.
  3. Helps eliminate sore mouth, lips, and tongue.
  4. Benefits vision, alleviates eye fatigue, and may help prevent cataracts.
  5. Functions with other substances to metabolize carbohydrates, fats, and proteins.
  6. Helps alleviate the pain of migraine headaches.
  7. Work as an antioxidant, reducing cell damage from free radicals.
  • B3 (Inositol): Improves aerobic metabolism and tumor-killing capacity of “medical” therapy, also may work like an enzyme to dissolve protective coating surrounding tumor
  1. Alters Tumor Necrosis Factor that can lead to depression, weight loss, and pain.
  2. Breaks up inefficient clumps of immune cells or circulating immune complexes.
  3. Changes the coating of the tumor to make it more vulnerable to the immune system and medical intervention.
  • B5 (Pantothenic Acid): Improves stress response
  1. Aids in wound healing
  2. Fights infection by building antibodies
  3. Treats postoperative shock
  4. Prevents Fatigue
  5. Reduces adverse and toxic effects of many antibiotics.
  6. Deficiency of this one leads to Hypoglycemia, duodenal ulcers, blood and skin disorders.
  • B6 (Pyridoxine): Improves immune functions
  1. Regulating proper blood glucose levels
  2. Production of niacin from tryptophan
  3. Lipid metabolism and carnitines synthesis
  4. Making nucleic acids (RNA and DNA)
  5. Immune cell production
  6. Regulation of hormones
  • B12 (cyanocobalamin): Assists in proper cell growth, i.e. making of new immune factors and proper division of other cells. Combines with vitamin C to create selective anti-cancer compound.
  1. Forms and regenerates red blood cells, thereby preventing anemia.
  2. Helps break down the amino acid homocysteine, lowering the risk of heart disease.
  3. Promotes growth and increases appetite in children.
  4. Increases energy.
  5. Helps protect your brain from shrinking with age.
  6. Helps slow macular degeneration.
  7. Aids in alleviating depression.
  8. Helps prevent and effectively treat canker sores.
  9. Maintains a healthy nervous system.
  10. Properly utilize fats, carbs, and protein.
  11. Relieves irritability.
  12. Improves concentration, memory, and balance.
  13. Helps protect against smoking- induced cancer.
  14. Small amounts (80mcg) help strengthen bones and aid in prevention of osteoporosis.
  • Folic Acid: Assists in proper cell growth, is an immune stimulant, helps to check abnormal DNA production.
  1. Prevents birth defects, such as spina bifida.
  2. Important for the production of nucleic acids (RNA & DNA)
  3. Needed for utilization of sugar and amino acids.
  4. Lowers homocysteine levels and reduces risk of heart disease.
  5. Improves lactation.
  6. Aids in protecting against intestinal parasites and food poisoning.
  7. Promotes healthier-looking skin.
  8. Acts as an analgesic for pain.
  9. May delay hair graying when used in conjunction with pantothenic acid and PABA.
  10. Increases appetite, if you are debilitated (run-down).
  11. Acts as a preventive for canker sores.
  12. Helps ward off anemia.
  13. May be the most common vitamin deficiency in the world.
  • Biotin: Improves energy metabolism for glucose and fats, is involved in pH maintenance through carbon dioxide binding, and helps regulate cell growth.
  1. Aids in keeping hair from turning gray.
  2. Helps in preventive treatment for baldness.
  3. Eases muscle pains.
  4. Alleviates eczema and dermatitis.
  5. Helps prevent and heal cracked, split, and brittle nails.
  6. Essential for production of the enzyme glucokinase, which burns glucose.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *