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What are two common vitamins that are fat soluble? What are two vitamins that are water soluble?

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What are two common vitamins that are fat soluble? What are two vitamins that are water soluble?

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From what I read, vitamins are classified as either fat-soluble (vitamins A, D, E and K) or water-soluble (vitamins B and C). This difference between the two groups is very important as it determines how each vitamin acts within the body. I usually do a blood test to find out what vitamins I exactly need to take and order them from this source https://www.vitasave.ca/collections/vitamins-supplements. I’ve been using it for more than two years and haven’t faced any issues yet.

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Nikole Brown

Thanks for this info. I take vitamins C and D daily.

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What vitamins do you take daily and can recommend to me? I like those I get from Canadian pharmacy, for example, and I think they work perfectly for me always, I am pretty sure that you will like those a lot too, good luck with it, hope I was helpful to you here. I would still like to get any suggestions on the vitamins from you, guys 🙂

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Fat-soluble vitamins may be stored in the body and can cause toxicity when taken in excess. Water-soluble vitamins are not stored in the body, with the exception of Vitamin B12, which is stored in the liver. Fat-soluble vitamins include A, D, E, and K. Water-soluble vitamins include the eight B’s and C.

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