Careful Use of Vitamins

Although vitamins are clearly good for your health, there're certain circumstances that ask your vigilance. This is especially if you ingest vitamin supplements.

1. Vitamin A

Swallowing too much vitamin A can cause hair loss, diarrhea, blurred vision, itching, irregular menstruation, quick tiredness, and enlargement of the liver.

So that vitamin A can be absorbed by the body optimally, you mustn't work hard for four hours after ingesting.

High doses of vitamin A shouldn't be taken in addition to Accutane, an acne medication containing isotretinoin.

2. Vitamin B1

High doses of vitamin B1 can interfere with the production of insulin and thyroid; it can negate the efficacy of other B vitamins.

3. Vitamin B2

High doses of vitamin B2 may cause you not resistant to the sun's rays.

4. Vitamin C

Vitamin C can alter the results of tests of blood sugar. Therefore, ingesting high doses of vitamin C should be stopped if you wanna check the blood.

High doses of vitamin C sweep clean of vitamins B12 and M.

Papaya and fresh pineapple as sources of vitamins A and C ain't good if your stomach is inflamed.

5. Vitamin D

Because vitamin D encourages the uptake of calcium, excess stockpiled in the body can increase calcium in the blood.

Milk plus synthetic vitamin D can lower magnesium in your body.

6. Vitamin E

Vitamin E should be used with caution if you have high blood pressure, diabetes, and heart rheumatic.

High doses of vitamin E may even worsen the heart out of balance between the left ventricle and the right chamber.

7. Vitamin J

High doses of vitamin J in the long term lead to a deficiency of vitamin B6.

8. Vitamin K

High doses of vitamin K can lead to the destruction of red blood cells and anemia.

So, be careful in taking vitamin supplements because the truth is, in everyday foods, when following a healthy diet with balanced nutrition, vitamin adequacy has been fulfilled.

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