Nutrients required to give birth to Healthy child The body requires different amounts of each vitamin and mineral because each has a different function. People have different requirements according to their age, sex, level of activity and state of health. Eggs contain some of most of the recognised vitamins and minerals that help to maintain essential bodily functions. Vitamin D In particular, eggs and specifically egg yolks, are one of the few naturally occurring, significant dietary sources of vitamin D, alongside oily fish, liver and meat. It is now recognised that vitamin D is not only important for bone health, but has other key roles in modulating immune and neuromuscular function and inflammation . There is a raft of emerging evidence from both animal and epidemiological studies suggesting that vitamin D status may influence cell ageing and that vitamin D is involved in the aetiology of various chronic disorders, including type 1 and type 2 diabetes, cardi
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Nutrients required to give birth to Healthy child 2 Brought to U.... http://successgain.us and http://successgain.info Fat soluble vitamins Vitamins Main Functions Deficiency A Essential for vision in dim light; necessary for maintenance of mucous membranes; skin and growth. Reduced night vision; loss of sight through gradual damage to the cornea. Lowered resistance to infection. D Promotes calcium and phosphate absorption from food and is thus essential for bones and teeth. Failure of bones to grow and calcify leading to rickets in children and osteomalacia in adults. E Protects cell membranes from damage by oxidation. Deficiency may occur in premature infants or due to malabsorption.