People suffering from acne often search for the miracle cure to heal their recurring acne. In fact, only a physician can determine whether a condition should be treated with vitamins or not, but as we said you do not need to spend time on a close reading about the vitamins and their properties, because if you are lucky enough to feed well, you should not suffer from any lack of vitamins.
In a study sponsored by the National Eye Institute, as an Age-Related Eye Disease Study, people at high risk for the disease who took a daily multiple vitamin that included vitamin A, vitamin C, vitamin E, zinc and copper, had a 25 percent reduced risk of advanced macular degeneration during a six-year period.
Vitamins can be separated into two groups; water soluble vitamins (Vitamin C, B Vitamins) and fat soluble vitamins (Vitamins A, D, E, K). Water soluble vitamins are needed in regular small amounts and are unlikely to reach toxic levels in the blood as they are excreted in urine.
Seniors living in their own homes are often deficient in vitamin D, vitamin A, vitamin E, calcium and zinc and occasionally vitamin B1 and vitamin B2. And premenopausal women have been found to often consume low amounts of calcium, iron, vitamin A and vitamin C.
Recent studies suggest that the results of a vitamin D deficiency may be worsened by high supplemental intake of vitamin A. These studies reveal that when blood levels of vitamin D fall below 50 nanomoles per liter, higher supplemental intake of vitamin A can worsen problems related to this vitamin D deficiency, like bone health.