What are the Functions of Vitamin F?
► Lowers blood cholesterol level
► Helps cut the risk of heart disease
► Nourishes skin cells and is needed for healthy mucous membranes and nerves.
► Stimulates the growth of the beneficial intestinal bacteria.
► Helps regulate blood coagulation.
► May assist in the reduction of weight.
► Supports the nervous system, cardiovascular health and circulatory function.
► Essential for proper working of the immune system.
► Enhances joint function and makes movement easier. Arthritis patients benefit from these fatty acids.
► Essential for the normal functioning of the reproductive system.
► Important in the manufacture of sex and adrenal hormones.
Vitamin F in tandem with vitamin D makes calcium available to the tissues, assists in the assimilation of phosphorus, and stimulates the conversion of carotene into vitamin A.