Video: ❶ Vitamin F And Its Importance For The Body
The benefits of linoleic acid, the main constituent of vitamin F, became known at the beginning of the 20th century. In the course of various studies, scientists have found that it helps to cure kidney disease, infertility and help in solving skin and allergic problems. Location: Location: Linoleic, as well as linolenic, arachidonic, docosahexaenoic and eicosopentaenoic acids are a complex of vitamin F. This vitamin can be obtained by eating appropriate foods. First of all, these are vegetable oils and animal (as well as fish) oil. In addition, this vitamin is found in fish (salmon, mackerel, herring), dried fruits, avocados, nuts (walnuts, peanuts, almonds), oatmeal, seeds.
Vitamin F is very important for the human body. It helps to normalize fat metabolism in the skin, strengthens the immune system, promotes wound healing, and prevents allergies. It is also indispensable in the prevention and treatment of atherosclerosis, has a beneficial effect on reproductive function and helps cleanse the body of excess cholesterol.
Vitamin F helps to defeat inflammatory processes, and therefore plays an important role in the prevention of such common diseases of the musculoskeletal system as sciatica, rheumatism, osteochondrosis.
The lack of vitamin F in the body will be indicated by the development of skin diseases, brittle nails, and the appearance of acne. Long-term deficiency of this vitamin leads to atherosclerotic lesions of large vessels, which leads to heart attacks and strokes, as well as an aggravation of the course of arterial hypertension. The liver will also tell about the lack of vitamin F, the work of which will deteriorate, as a result of which it will not be able to fully cleanse the body of toxins.
The daily intake of vitamin F is 1 g for an adult. Of course, if the diet is balanced, then there is no need to resort to the help of vitamin preparations. If they are necessary, then you need to remember that this vitamin is very unstable to the effects of heat, light and air. On contact with them, it is destroyed, which is fraught with the formation of free radicals and toxic oxides. To enhance the effects of vitamin F, it must be taken with antioxidants or zinc.