Vitamins and Supplements
What vitamins are water soluble?
Why can your body store a fat-soluble vitamins but not water-soluble vitamins?
Are fat-soluble vitamins less likely to be toxic than water-soluble vitamins?
How are water soluble vitamins different than fat-soluble vitamins?
What is the difference between water soluble and water unsoluble vitamins?
Basically vitamins are two kinds. 1. Water soluble vitamins 2. Fat soluble vitamins Water Soluble Vitamins: These vitamins are easily dissolved in water. Water-soluble vitamins are carried to the body's tissues. Body keeps the amount what it needs and the excess amounts are excreted in the urine. Body cannot store the water-soluble vitamins. Every person needs continuous supply of water soluble vitamins in order to maintain healthy body. Plants and animal foods are good food sources for these vitamins. Fat Soluble Vitamins: Fat soluble vitamins cannot dissolve in water, generally these vitamins are stored in fat. In a person with a healthy digestive system, the body uses what it needs and the remaining levels stored in the body for future needs.