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Vitamins include vitamins A, B (B1 B2 B6 B12, etc.) C, D, E, PP and so on. The lack of vitamins would affect cell function, a variety of symptoms occur. Such as the lack of vitamin A can cause night blindness, dry eye syndrome, easy to get a variety of infectious diseases. A lack of vitamin B can cause dermatitis, anemia, muscle atrophy. A lack of vitamin C will get scurvy. A lack of vitamin D, rickets may cause stunted adolescents, the elderly occur osteoporosis. However, the inappropriate consumption of excessive amounts of vitamins, or vitamins as a tonic, resulting in too much of certain vitamins in the human body's disease, his or her will become "dangerous health Su." Daily life,
As long as adhere to a balanced diet, the body will get the necessary vitamins.

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Hi there, what is vitamin PP? I have heard of a lot of different vitamins but I have never heard of that one. Where is it from and what does it do?
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Vitamin PP is the anti-pellagra vitamin essential for growth, oxidations, cellular respiration, protein and carboxyhydrate metabolism.
Vitamin PP is very widespread; it is used to treat skin and mucous ailments, porphynuria, or to provoke cephalic vasodilation.
Vitamin PP is old name for Vitamin B3 that is know as Niacin.
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Vitamin PP is the anti-pellagra vitamin essential for growth, oxidations, cellular respiration, protein and carboxyhydrate metabolism.
Vitamin PP is very widespread; it is used to treat skin and mucous ailments, porphynuria, or to provoke cephalic vasodilation.
Vitamin PP is old name for Vitamin B3 that is know as Niacin.
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Actually it's proven that the higher your caloretic intake, the shorter your life span is on average. Even if your not over weight, the impurities in food will damage your cells (Oxidants) which will lower you're life span. So don't eat more then your body actually needs and odds are you will live longer!
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