What is vitamin A called?
Sorry to say this, still now I didn't hear about B8 Vitamin, but I have some knowledge regarding Vitamin-B. Here I am giving scientific names for Vitamin-B. Vitamin B1 called as thiamine. Vitamin B2 called as riboflavin. Vitamin B3 called as niacin or niacinamide. Vitamin B5 called as pantothenic acid. Vitamin B6 called as pyridoxine, pyridoxal, or pyridoxamine. Vitamin B7 called as biotin. Vitamin B9 called as folic acid. Vitamin B12 called as cobalamin; commonly…
Vitamin B complex is a group of water soluble substances. These are: Vitamin B1 is called Thiamine. It's deficiency causes Beriberi desease and Wernicke's encephalopathy. Vitamin B2 is called Riboflavin Vitamin B4 is called Nicotinic acid. It's deficiency leads to Pellagra desease. Vitamin B6 is called Pyridoxine
Vitamin D is the sunshine vitamin because sunlight helps synthesize it. Sunlight converts a compound in the skin called cholecalciferol to a vitamin D precursor called vitamin D3. This compound then enters the bloodstream and travels to the liver and kidney for processing. After leaving the kidney, vitamin D is active and ready to use.
There is a series of B vitamins, not just one. Vitamin B1 is called thiamine Vitamin B2 is riboflavin Vitamin B3 is niacin Vitamin B5 is pantothenic acid Vitamin B6 is pyridoxine, pyridoxal, and pyridoxamine Vitamin B7 is biotin or Vitamin H Vitamin B9 is folic acid, or Vitamin M Vitamin B12 is various cobalamins; commonly cyanocobalamin in vitamin supplements