Vitamin overview



Vitamins are important nutrients that are found in small amounts in foods. Your body cannot make these itself and are therefore called essential. Vitamin D is an exception, in the summer months your body can make this vitamin itself with the help of sunlight and vitamin K can be made in small amounts in the intestines. The amounts for all vitamins have been determined by reference intakes. These amounts indicate how much you should get daily for a healthy life, growth and development. Vitamins can be divided into water-soluble and fat-soluble. In addition, vitamins A, C and E are also antioxidants that help you to reduce or prevent damage in your body.


  • Water-soluble vitamins


  • Fat-soluble vitamins


  • Found in vegetables, fruit, whole grain products, nuts, legumes and dairy products


  • Found in fatty foods such as fish, meat, nuts, dairy products

Your body cannot store water-soluble vitamins properly. The vitamins B and C are found in the moisture of foods and are quickly absorbed into your blood. If your body does not need these water-soluble vitamins, you pee it out again. That is why it is important to replenish these vitamins every day. Vitamin B12 is the only vitamin in this category that can be stored.

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In addition to B12, fat-soluble vitamins can also be stored in your body. Vitamins A, D, E and K are mainly found in foods that contain fat. These vitamins are absorbed in your gut and when your body has enough it can store a supply in the liver and tissues. This way your body can store the vitamins and use them when it is needed.


Which vitamins do I need?


There are many vitamins and each vitamin has a different function and effect. It is therefore good to delve into which vitamins you need and where they can help you.

To avoid a vitamin deficiency, it is important to eat a varied diet. That way you don't get a nutrient deficiency. A consequence of a vitamin deficiency is, for example, that you suffer from fatigue, listlessness or concentration problems. These are common complaints that are not always linked to a lack of vitamins. In addition, various vitamins also play a role in maintaining the resistance. In addition to improving resistance, vitamins can support you with other functions in your body. Here are all the functions of the vitamins listed for you. You can also check out the product pages of to select the best juices or juice cures for you. Our range consists of more than 100 freshly cold-pressed juices. We think it is important to provide as much information as possible. Check out our inspiration and education pages


Vitamin A:

Vitamin A exist in different forms. Retinol is a form found in animal products. Carotenoids are found in vegetable products, fruits and vegetables. Carotenoids are also called provitamin A. This means that it is a precursor of vitamin A, as the body can convert these substances into vitamin A. An example of this is beta-carotene. This provitamin A has the same effect as vitamin A.


You need vitamin A to support the resistance and for healthy skin, hair and nails. It also plays a role in the normal growth of children and is important for good eyesight. Vitamin A is also

A vitamin A deficiency can be recognized by dry skin or skin problems, poor oral health, a reduced resistance and night blindness.


Vitamin A can be found in animal products such as meat, fish, egg yolk, butter and cheese. You can find provitamin A in vegetable products. Especially in carrots, mango, mandarins, bok choy, sweet potato and green leafy vegetables such as endive, kale and spinach.

The vegetable variant is less well absorbed by your body, so you need more of this compared to animal products.


Vitamins are important nutrients that are found in small amounts in foods. Your body cannot make these itself and are therefore called essential.


Vitamin B

There are 8 different B vitamins that contribute to energy metabolism. B vitamins convert food into energy by burning carbohydrates. Each vitamin has a specific