Benefits Of Multivitamins – Higher Energy Levels & Much More

What Are Vitamins?

Vitamins are organic compounds that are required by the body in small amounts to function well. They are not made by the body but they may be stored in the body once they are consumed. As long as you eat a well‐balanced diet that has both animal and plant-based foods, it is unlikely that your vitamins are going to give up on you.

There is a wide variety of vitamins and they can be categorised according to their effects on growth and metabolism. There are 5 main types of vitamins: vitamin A-E. In this article, we will discuss the benefits of multivitamins.

Types Of Vitamins (A‐E)

Vitamin A:

This type of vitamin is your go-to source for glowing skin and good vision. Vitamin A is obtained from dairy products like milk and cheese, vegetables like carrots and from animal products like kidneys.

Vitamin B:

This vitamin type is a huge family of vitamins that are further divided into 8 groups (B1, B2, B3, B5, B6, B7, B9, and B12). Each of these vitamins has a specific role in the body and are derived from various sources. But you want to make sure that you don’t develop any vitamin B deficiencies since it can muster up trouble in your body. They are required by your nerves to work smoothly.

Vitamin C:

Any fruit or vegetable that strikes your eye because of its vibrant colour is most probably a rich source of vitamin C: capsicum, tomatoes, and oranges. It helps the body heal quickly and is an excellent antioxidant.

Vitamin D:

This kind of vitamin plays a very important role in the body. It helps with bone growth and development because it helps the body use calcium for diet.

Vitamin E:

This is probably the best thing that comes from fat, vegetable oil and margarine.


Why Should You Take Multivitamins?

Vitamins are required in such little amounts yet their supply can run dry in many individuals since very few people follow a balanced diet. The truth is vitamins are so essential for us that it is good to regularly consume multivitamin supplements. Multivitamins are a mixture of various vitamins. They ensure that your body does not run out of the vitamin supply especially when your diet fails to provide it. Let’s have a look at the benefits of multivitamins:

Good Energy Levels:

I am sure you have heard people complaining about being tired early on in the day, with even very little activity. One thing that helps is multivitamins. It takes some time to feel the improved energy levels post consuming them so you have to be patient with them before you discover your new found energetic self.

Improved Muscle Strength:

Since multivitamins are metabolic conditioners, their regular supplementation ensures that your muscles keep functioning well. It improves efficiency during exercise.

Healthy Skin, Hair And Nails:

This is often a big concern for most of the people. It is true that with all the experimentation, starvation diets and unhealthy routines, you do lose hair and your lovely skin glow. However, you do not need to worry because most cases of hair loss and unhealthy nails and skin do get better with multivitamin supplementation.

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What Should I Eat To Get My Vitamins?

The best way to obtain vitamins from food is to ensure that you are following a balanced diet. Eat all kinds of meat (fish, chicken, beef etc.), have a portion of vegetable salads in your meals (leafy greens like spinach, kale, lettuce and bright vegetables like tomatoes and Capsicums). Fruits are very nutritious; citrus fruits like lemon and oranges are loaded with vitamin C. Fats are equally important since they are a good source of vitamin E and when taken in appropriate amounts, coconut oil, ghee, and nuts provide you with a good amount of vitamins.

When should I take it?

Multivitamins are best absorbed in the body when they are taken right before meals. So a helpful thing to do would be to take them first thing in the morning before your breakfast. This way it is easier to be consistent.

Maliha Naeem

Maliha Naeem

Writer and expert

I am a Certified Pilates mat instructor, studying to be a Doctor and also a fitness and nutrition blogger. I create recipes and provide tips on how to incorporate all the healthy food in your diet. I believe in addition of healthy habits/food into one’s routine before omission of bad ones. I am not a believer in a quick fix solution to being healthy and losing weight. Baby steps is what you take when you aim high!