Vitamins scientific name food sources list


Vitamins scientific name food sources list

Scientific Name of Vitamins and their Sources

VitaminScientific nameDisorderFood Source
Vitamin ARetinolNight blindnessEggs, milk, carrots, yellow or orange vegetables, spinach, sweet potatoes, papayas, yogurt, soybeans and other leafy green vegetables
Vitamin B1ThiamineBeriberiLentils, whole grains, molasses, peanuts, fruits, dried fruits, cabbage, spinach, broccoli, beans, whole grain bread, milk, eggs, meat and fish
Vitamin B2RiboflavinAriboflavinosisWheat, eggs, green leafy vegetables, peas, bananas, grapes, mangoes, peas, pumpkin, dates, yogurt, milk, mushrooms, popcorn and beef liver
Vitamin B3NiacinPellagraRice, fish, milk, peanuts, mushrooms, meat and protein-rich foods
Vitamin B5PantothenicParesthesiaAvocado, Sunflower Seeds, Peanuts, Greek yogurt and Potatoes
Vitamin B7BiotinDermatitis, enteritisSweet potatoes, tuna fish, spinach, milk, nuts, meat, roasted sunflower seeds, cereals, chocolate, egg yolks, yogurt, oatmeal, bananas, apples, beans, broccoli and cheese
Vitamin B9FolicMegaloblastic anemiaSpinach, Fenugreek, Asparagus, Sprouts, Mustard Greens, Turnips, Been and Soybean etc
Vitamin B12CobalaminMegaloblastic anemiaFish, crab, soy milk, tofu, cottage cheese and eggs
Vitamin CAscorbic acidScurvyAmla, Orange, Lemon, Orange, Grapes, Tomato
Vitamin DCalciferolRickets & OsteomalaciaSunbathing, salmon fish, milk and cereals
Vitamin ETocopherolLess FertilityAvocado, Almonds, Peanuts and Walnuts
Vitamin KPhytonadioneNon-Clotting of BloodMilk, Yogurt, Paneer, Chicken, Eggs, Cheese, Soft Cheese, Spinach, Broccoli

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