Fat Soluble:- Vitamin- A, D, E, and K.
Water Soluble:- Vitamin- B, C.
Vitamin A:- Vitamin A deficiency diseases are given below-
- Night blindness.
- Bitot’s spot.
- Delayed growth.
- Skin irritation.
- Poor wound healing.
Green, orange and yellow fruits, (carrots, sweets, potatoes), green leafy vegetables (kale, spinach, broccoli).
Vitamin D: Vitamin-D deficiency diseases are given below-
- Rickets (in children)
- Osteomalacia (in adults)
- Bones deformities
- Bent bones
- Muscles weakness.
Vitamin D deficiency is also called hypovitaminosis D.
Vitamin D deficiency causes Rickets disease in children. And Vitamin D deficiency causes Osteomalacia disease in children. Vitamin D deficiency is a common vitamin deficiency that causes with your bones and muscles. It most commonly affects people over the age of 65 and people who have darker skin. It is preventable and treatable.
Vitamin D deficiency means you don’t have enough vitamin D in your body. Vitamin D is an essential vitamin that your body uses for normal bone development and maintenance. Vitamin D also plays an important role in your muscular skeletal system, nervous system and immune system. Vitamin-D plays a crucial role in maintaining the balance of calcium in your blood and bones and in building and maintaining bones.
Vitamin D deficiency mein bhi mor common ine pipal vid higher skin melanin content. Severe symptoms of vitamin D deficiency like: Bones pain, deformities in joints. Incorrect growth of bones or bent bones and muscles weakness.
Rich sources of Vitamin-D: natural sources of vitamin D is sunlight. Ten best source of vitamin D are given below-
- Cod liver oil
- Tuna fish
- Fortified cereals
- Fortified juices
- Orange juice
- Goat cheese etc.