Vitamin compatibility. How to take vitamins correctly? The combination of vitamins with antibiotics and alcohol.


The compatibility of the various vitamins

Can vitamins be mixed? The answer is. But on one condition: take both only compatible vitamins. The fact is that most vitamins and minerals are absorbed by the body only in a certain combination with each other. So, for example, calcium absorption is impossible in the absence of vitamin D3, and vitamin A is fully absorbed only in the presence of vitamins E and C. Some elements are absolutely incompatible with each other.

Interaction of vitamins and minerals

In Order for vitamins to be properly absorbed, it is necessary to strictly observe the rules of their intake. Incompatible vitamins should be used in different time of day: the interval between doses should be 4-5 hours. Modern manufacturers of vitamin complexes, as a rule, take into account this feature of vitamins, and in one package combine several types of capsules. Time and dose are clearly described in the instructions. If you see that there is only one type of capsules in the package, and the composition is full of names of elements, you should think: perhaps, the compatibility of vitamins is not observed. Then the complex will simply be inefficient.

The Following list will help you navigate the compatibility of vitamins and minerals.

Compatible with:

  • Vitamin A and iron,
  • Vitamins A, E, C,
  • V2 and zinc,
  • B2 and B6,
  • B6 and magnesium,
  • B6+calcium+zinc,
  • B12+ calcium,
  • B9 +C,
  • Chrome, iron + C,
  • Calcium and phosphorus + D,
  • Calcium + vitamin K,
  • Phosphorus+ magnesium+ calcium+ boron,
  • E+ selenium,
  • Iron+ copper.

Undesirable combinations, in which the interacting substances are destroyed or prevent the assimilation of each other:

  • Zinc+ potassium+ copper,
  • Iron+ calcium+ manganese,
  • Zinc+ calcium+ chromium+ magnesium+ iron,
  • Iron + vitamin E,
  • Vitamin C + all b vitamins,
  • B12 +iron+ copper,
  • Zinc + B9,
  • B1 or B12 in combination with B6,
  • B1+ V2+V3.

When choosing vitamin and mineral complexes should be special pay attention to the composition. If it meets the above incompatible combinations, such a complex should not be purchased. In addition, incongruous vitamins in the interaction can cause allergic reactions.

The Compatibility of vitamin C with antibiotics

In principle, antibiotics and vitamins are compatible. But it is recommended to take them separately, at intervals of 6-7 hours. It should also be borne in mind that some groups of antibiotics in solutions are incompatible with b Vitamins.

On the other hand, antibiotics overload the gastrointestinal tract and liver. If the patient does not have an acute need for vitamins and minerals during treatment, it is recommended to refrain from taking them. It is best to take vitamins after antibiotics, maintaining an interval of 1-2 days at the end of the course.

Alcohol and vitamins

Compatibility of vitamins with alcohol is Very low. This is due to the fact that alcohol, in principle, washes out the body many nutrients and minerals, in General, negatively influencing it, weakening its functions. Especially susceptible to the destruction of alcohol b vitamins, vitamins A, C, E, PP. Calcium is not only not absorbed in combination with alcohol, but also washed away its reserves from the body. As a result, long-term use of alcohol deteriorates teeth, hair, worsens the condition of bone tissue. That is why during the course of taking vitamins alcohol consumption contraindicated.

There is Also evidence that vitamin A, interacting with alcohol, increases its destructive effect on the liver.

But vitamin C is recommended to use the next day after drinking alcohol: it returns the body tone, relieves the General weakened condition. Especially effective in the treatment of hangover.

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