Kidney Vitamin


Amount per Serving  1 capsules Daily Value%
Ascorbic Acid – Vitamin C 60 mg
Thiamin ( Thiamin Mononitrate)-Vitamin B1 1.5 mg
Riboflavin- Vitamin B2 1.7 mg
Pyridoxine Hydrochloride  Vitamin B6 10 mg
Cyanocobalamin  Vitamin B12 6 mcg
Niacin-B3 20 mg
Folic acid- B9 1 mg
Pantothenic acid 10 mg
Biotin 300 mcg
Zinc Oxide (elemental) 12.5 mg

Vitamin C

Vitamin C is a strong antioxidant that can strengthen your body’s natural defenses Antioxidants are molecules that boost the immune system. They do so by protecting cells from harmful molecules called free radicals.

Vitamin C will helps your body make collagen, an important component of connective tissues like tendons, ligaments and blood vessels. A second benefit of this vitamin is its ability to help synthesize norepinephrine, a neurotransmitter critical to brain function and important to mood. Also, vitamin C supports the metabolism of fat and cholesterol. Vitamin C able to lower both triglycerides and bad cholesterol, or LDL. When free radicals accumulate, they can promote a state known as oxidative stress, which has been linked to many chronic diseases

Iron is an important nutrient that has a variety of functions in the body. It is essential for making red blood cells and transporting oxygen throughout the body. It help to improve the absorption of iron from the diet. Vitamin C assists in converting iron that is poorly absorbed, such as plant-based sources of iron, into a form that is easier to absorb.

 

Zinc

Zinc is an essential mineral critical to the functioning of many enzymes in your body. Your body needs zinc to convert vitamin A to retinol, a light-absorbing protein in your eye necessary for detection of darkness. Zinc may reduce the progression of age-related eye disease when subjects supplemented with antioxidants and zinc. It plays a role in the structural integrity of your cellular membranes, which benefits cell signaling and hormone release. Zinc is vital for a healthy immune system, correcting synthesizing of DNAs, promoting healthy growth during childhood, and healing wounds.

 

Thiamin-B1

Thiamin acts as a cofactor for the metabolism of carbohydrates, helping turn starch and sugar into the energy our bodies need, and plays an important role in nerve transmission. Thiamin influences a variety of physiologic functions, including nervous system and muscle functioning; carbohydrate metabolism; healthy digestion; and more.

 

Riboflavin-B2

Riboflavin is involved in vital metabolic processes in the body, and is necessary for energy production and normal cell function and growth. Vitamin B2 is also crucial in helping other B vitamins undergo the chemical changes that make them useful. Vitamin B2 can act as an antioxidant, potentially helping to prevent cancer and prohibit cholesterol buildup by controlling the proliferation of harmful molecules known as free radicals. is involved in vital metabolic processes in the body, and is necessary for energy production and normal cell function and growth. Vitamin B2 is also crucial in helping other B vitamins undergo the chemical changes that make them useful, helping to prevent cancer and prohibit cholesterol buildup by controlling the proliferation of harmful molecules known as free radicals.

Pantothenic acid- B5

Pantothenic acid is vital in the metabolism of proteins, carbohydrates, and fats; for healthy skin; and is used in the synthesis of coenzyme A (CoA), an enzyme that participates in a variety of reactions in the body, especially the breaking down of fatty acids. Pantothenic acid deficiency is a rare but serious condition that can cause numbness and burning sensations in the hands and feet as well as headaches, fatigue, and insomnia. Since pantothenic acid is involved in a wide variety of biological functions, deficiencies of the vitamin may not be easily identified or may be masked by other nutrient deficiencies.

Pyridoxine- B6

Vitamin B6, is essential for the synthesis or metabolism of practically all the neurotransmitters (chemicals which help to transmit messages in the CNS).

A deficiency of pyridoxine causes symptoms such as tiredness, nervousness, irritability, depression, insomnia, and difficulty with walking. In addition, dizziness, neuritis, neuralgia and carpal tunnel syndrome (loss of feeling or pins and needles in the hands caused by swelling of connective tissue in the wrist which presses on nerves) are linked to a vitamin B6 deficiency.

Vitamin -B12

Vitamin B12 or Cyanocobalamin is essential for the maintenance of myelin (a component of the CNS). Inadequate synthesis of myelin leads to neurological damage.

Vitamin B12 deficiency is found to cause neurological and psychiatric problems in adults between 40–90 years of age. It rarely affects people younger than this. The neurological manifestations include myelopathy (disease of the spinal cord), neuropathy (disease of the nerves), sensory disturbances, gait abnormalities, and weakness, while the psychiatric problems range from cognitive and behavioral disturbances to dementia.

Folic acid – B9
Deficiency of folic acid or folate is associated with anemia and neuropathy in adults, but the most serious neurological sequelae of a maternal folic acid deficiency are neural tube defects such as spina bifida in the newborn.

It is estimated that 5-10% of the population suffer from deficiencies of folic acid due to inadequate dietary intake. Malabsorption conditions.

Folate deficiency in pregnancy is common and has prompted the recommendation that women should ingest 400 micrograms of folate a day for three months before conception and for the entire course of pregnancy.

In countries where folate supplementation is prescribed during pregnancy and staple foods are fortified with folate, the incidence of neural tube defects has decreased dramatically. In South Africa, bread flour and maize meal are increasingly being fortified with folate, which should help to prevent these birth defects.

Folate deficiency may also be caused by the use of anticonvulsants and chronic abuse of alcohol.

Folate supplements are usually prescribed to prevent neural tube defects and folate-deficiency anemia of pregnancy.

The following foods are good sources of folate:

Liver, fresh vegetables, and fortified staple foods such as bread and maize meal.

 

Biotin

Taking biotin can help treat low blood levels of biotin. It can also prevent blood levels of biotin from becoming too low. Low blood levels of biotin can cause thinning of the hair and rash around the eyes, nose, and mouth. Other symptoms include depression, lack of interest, hallucinations, and tingling in the arms and legs. Low biotin levels can occur in people who are pregnant, who have had long term tube feeding, who are malnourished, who have undergone rapid weight loss, or who have a specific inherited condition. Cigarette smoking might also cause low blood levels of biotin.

Biotin deficiencies are rare in humans, a lack of biotin can cause fatigue, nausea, anorexia, muscle pains and loss of feeling in the hands and feet. Use of anticonvulsants may reduce biotin levels in the blood and some doctors advocate the use of a concomitant biotin supplement for patients receiving anticonvulsants. Keratin is a basic protein that makes up your hair, skin, and nails. It’s clear that biotin improves your body’s Keratin infrastructure.

Warnings and Precautions

If you are pregnant, consult your doctor or pharmacist before using this product

Keep this product out of the reach of children

Storage

Store below 30 ºC. Protect from light & moisture.

Packaging Size

PETE/ Bottle , 30, 60, 120 Capsules

Indications

Kidney function problems

How to use

 As a dietary supplement take 1 capsule daily with food. As directed by your doctor. If you are taking any antibiotic such as doxycycline, or levofloxacin, ask your doctor, how you can take this vitamin.

Advantages

It supports kidney functions

 

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