These vitamins play a key role in forming red blood cells and converting the food you eat into energy. Can be found in various foods, such as fish, poultry, meat, dairy products, leafy greens, and beans.
Get your greens!
Vitamin C has antioxidant properties that may help reduce gut inflammation. Studies suggest it could positively impact the microbiome.
grab the citrus fruits!
Vitamin D can help improve the function of your gut barrier and reduce inflammation, and it plays a vital role in the functioning of your nerves, muscles, and immune system.
Milk does a body good! (and the gut!)
Vitamin A plays a crucial role in cell growth and differentiation, helping cells specialize and mature. It also supports the production of mucin, proteins that line and safeguard the gut.
try bright colored fruits for your vitamin A kick!