Vitamins are very important for the proper functioning of the body, because they are involved in the metabolism of proteins, fats and sugars. The human body is unable, with a few exceptions, to produce vitamins by itself. That is why he needs to receive them regularly from a varied diet, possibly through supplements.
Multivitamin is a combined food supplement that contains a larger amount of basic vitamins, sometimes also a number of additional minerals. The basis of a quality multivitamin should always be a strong combination of vitamin C and the group of B vitamins.
Multivitamins are primarily intended to provide support in the form of an increased dose of these substances to a strained, weakened, endangered or sick organism.
Multivitamins are suitable to be taken in periods of increased stress on the immune system, including in autumn, winter, when flu is more frequent, and preferably daily.
Multivitamins should be taken regularly by athletes, people who work physically hard, people with a deficit in caloric intake or dietary restrictions, including vegans and vegetarians, as well as the elderly, people suffering from stress and also all those who are recovering from an illness.