Vitamin B9 or folic acid, B10 (PABA), B11

Vitamin B9 or folic acid

Functions or properties of Vitamin B9 or Folic Acid

* Their role is mainly antipernicioso.
* Essential for the formation of red blood cells in the bone marrow.
* It serves, therefore, for the proper development of hematology. It is closely related to vitamin B12.
* Also involved in the synthesis of proteins, nucleic acids, in the separation of DNA, growth of nails, hair, etc..
* Folic acid contributes to good genital organs and the nervous system.

Vitamin B9 needs are few.
It should be at a temperature less than 44 º and a half.

Main sources of Vitamin B9 or Folic Acid

It is mainly found in brewer's yeast and not boiled vegetables.

For some authors, the vitamin seems to have a power anticarcinogen.

Vitamin B10 or para-amino acid-benzoic acid (PABA)

Little known in medicine. It seems that obscures the hair along with other group B It is present as part of the structure of folic acid.

Vitamin B11

It is called vitamin appetite. Stimulates digestive secretions.

Values of the RDA for men 23 to 50 years of age and their relationship "High Security" / RDA

RDA                                Vitamin                            Security Level
1.4 mg                         Thiamin (B1)                          over 100          
1.6 mg                         Riboflavin (B2)                       over 100
18 mg                          Niacin (B3)                         NE about 100
4-7 mg                  Pantoténico1 acid (B5)                over 100
2.2 mg                       Pyridoxine (B6)                            100
400 ug                       Folic acid (B9)                         over 50
3 ug                             Vitamin B12                             over 100
60 mg                           Vitamin C                              about 100
100-200 ug                  Biotin (B7)                              over 100
5 ug (200 IU)                Vitamin D                                about 10
10 mg-TE (15 IU)         Vitamin E                                over 100
70-140 ug                    Vitamin K                                 over 50
1000 ug RE2                Vitamin A                               around 10 *

about 3 **

NE = Niacin equivalent in

RE = Retinol Equivalence in

TE = Tocopherol

1 = estimate of a safe and adequate level instead of RDA, due to limited available evidence.

2 = is the equivalent of 3333 IU of retinol or 5000 IU vitamin A diet.

* = Relationship between the levels are still considered safe in the vast majority of adults and RDS Standard.

** = Women of childbearing age.

Source: Lamberts medicines.

Related Topics
* Vitamin A, retinol or axeroftol
* Vitamin B1 (Thiamine) and B2 (Riboflavin)
* Vitamin B12 (cyanocobalamin)
* Vitamin B3 or nicotinamide
Vitamin D or calciferol
* Vitamin E or tocopherol
* Vitamin K
* Vitamin B4, B5, B6, B7, B8

*Automatic Translation