Vitamins represent organic compounds of different structures, which the human body cannot usually synthesise itself. They are classified into fat and water soluble vitamins.
Vitamins are indispensable for a wide range of metabolic processes, serving as cofactors or coenzymes in numerous biochemical reactions.
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Vitamins are used in dietary supplements to cover an increased need or for preventing deficiencies due to special diets. Vitamins are added to animal feeds to ensure the animals have a controlled nutrition.
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