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Frequently asked questions about vitamins and minerals

 

 

 

How do I know I use sufficient vitamins and minerals?

How much vegetable must I use per day?

Can I use vitamins and minerals tablets by shortage?

Can I promote the absorption of vitamins?

Can I promote the absorption of minerals?

Are there vitamins be lost by the preparing of the food?

Are there minerals be lost by the preparing of the food?

Does vegetable from can or pot contain the same quantity vitamins, minerals as verse cooked vegetable?

Do frozen vegetable contains as many vitamins and minerals as verse cooked vegetable?

Does orange juice from package also contain much vitamin C?

Can I abandon (each day) flesh?

Loss vitamin tablets their strength?

How can I limit this loss?


When and how do you observe if you have a shortage to vitamins?
 
Can I take too many vitamins?

At which vitamins can be that the case?

And what vitamins not?

Is a surplus sodium (kitchen salt) harmful?

Sits there real so much in potatoes?

 


How do I know I use sufficient vitamins and minerals? 
A blood research is most reliable. By means of the feeding tables you can also very well be examined if you eat a well balanced diet.



How much vegetable must I use per day? 
Vegetable not only contains vitamins and minerals but also other substances. The recommended quantity is about 300 gram per day.



Can I use vitamins and minerals tablets byshortage? 
No.



Can I promote the absorption of vitamins? 
No.



Can I promote the absorption of minerals? 
Yes, by sufficient vitamins. Thus stimulate vitamin C the absorption of iron and vitamin D the absorption of calcium and phosphorus.



Are there vitamins be lost by the preparing of the food? 
Yes certain. Limit loss by: food dark and chilly keeps, rapidly wash and afterwards just cut, this way short possible cook in a small quantity water with lid on the pan and the cook water keep as much as possible at the meal.



Are there minerals be lost by the preparing of the food? 
No. however, goes there lost at pouring off the cook water.


Does vegetable from can or pot contain the same quantity vitamins and minerals as verse cooked vegetable?With respect to vitamins: frequently less. The loss of minerals has been generally limited.



Do frozen vegetable contains as many vitamins / minerals as verse cooked?Because the manufacturer can freeze rapidly the loss have been limited.



Does orange juice from package also contain much vitamin C? 
Yes certain. Almost just as much as fresh. After opening goes there moreover little lost if the package is kept well concluded and in the frigidaire.



Can I abandon (each day) flesh?  
Yes. However, you must for care sufficient iron to get down by using much whole-meal bread and vegetable. Apple treacle contains also much iron.



Loss vitamins tablets their strength? 
Yes. Moreover there stands an extreme consumption date on packing.



How can I limit this loss? 
By the vitamins tablets chilly, dry and dark to keep.br>



When and how do you observe if you have a shortage to vitamins? 
Not after a couple days. Vitamins shortage arises gradually. After the first weeks appear symptoms as a fatigue, absence, excitability and insomnia. If the vitamins shortage will last longer are you subject for all kinds of disorders.



Can I take too many vitamins? 
Yes. Especially by vitamins tablets which contain very large quantities.



At which vitamins can be that the case? 
The in fat-soluble vitamins A, D, E and K. These can stay in the body.


And what vitamins not? 
In water-soluble vitamins: B-complex and C.



Is a surplus sodium (kitchen salt) harmful? 
Yes, too much to sodium is bad for the kidneys, gives chance on a high blood pressure and can lead to bone decalcification. For this reason moderate your salt use.



Sits there real so much in potatoes? 
Yes, especially new potatoes much contain vitamin C. Also vitamin B1, B6 and pantothene acid. Contain also much potassium and iron.


 

 

 
 

 

Start: February 2005 Last modified: 13 april 2013