Vitamins can be categorized by several properties but here at Easy Light Sources, we can just keep it simple – some Vitamins are oil-solubleand some are water soluble.
Here’s a quick rundown of most of all Vitamins:
Vitamin A – contributes to healthy body tissues, pretty hair & skin, and it also protects the cells.
Vitamin B – Makes it possible for the nervous system to communicate with itself and with the body. Without B-vitamins, your body will not behave like you want it to.
Vitamin C – This one shows love to the human body by protecting cells, organs, and tissues from outside germs. Not only does it prevent infections, Vitamin C also provides healing benefits to a weakened immune system. Vitamin C also works really well with the mineral Iron.
Vitamin D – Essential for mineral absorption in the body. It comes from the sun! Remember: the sun is the ultimate light source!
Vitamin E – Having quality hair and skin is a benefit of consuming this antioxidant vitamin! It protects the cells from damage and free radicals.
Vitamin F – The body needs fatty acids for several reasons which include the processing and transportation of vitamins and minerals.
Vitamin G – Nourishes the nervous system!
Vitamin K – Nourishes the blood and liver. It also helps the nervous system. This one is well known for promoting healthy clotting abilities in the blood. Hospitals like to give this to brand new babies, minutes after they are born. It’s important to note, Vitamin K can be made by the human body. It is a by-product of the bacteria made in the gut (intestines).
Vitamin L – Further research is needed here, stay tuned!
Vitamin P – Promotes stomach health.
… That about covers the most common vitamins that start with the name Vitamin. Of course, there will be updates as more information is uncovered.
Now, here is a good source of vitamin C in a neat little package!
Green kiwis are most popular as they are sold year-round in grocery stores. Usually, the cost is very low as well. If they’re hard, don’t worry. They will soften on the countertop in a few days. But don’t wait too long or they will turn a little boozy. But if they’re not soft enough, it’ll be tart.
They’re ready to eat when you squeeze them and they give just a little.
Golden kiwi’s are more rare. They’re not available year round like the green ones.
The flavor of golden kiwi’s are sweet and the texture is smooth. The seeds are also smaller than the green ones.
Golden kiwi’s are also smaller in size and the outside is less fuzzy.
Perhaps every kiwi I’ve encountered is from New Zealand. That’s a long travel and it’s okay with me. My only hope is that no natural habitats are destroyed for their production.