Vitamins necessity, Biology

Vitamins necessity
  1. Vitamins are essential organic substances.
  2. They are micro nutrients and required in small quantities.
  3. They do not produce any energy by themselves.
  4. They are vital and help to maintain a healthy body.
  5. In the body, vitamins combine with some of the enzymes and make the enzymes active.
  6. In the absence of vitamins, these enzymes become inactive and cannot catalyse chemical reactions.
  7. These chemical reactions bring about essential chemical changes in the body.
  8. The deficiency of vitamins result in several diseases.
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