Each tablet contains-Vitamins: Vitamin A[As Beta Carotene] &Vitamin A (retinol) Palmitate 5000 IU,Vitamin C 60 mg, Vitamin D 400 IU,Vitamin E 30 IU,Vitamin K 25 mcg,Thiamine 1.5 mg,Riboflavin 1.7mg, Niacin 20 mg,Pyridoxine Hydrochloride 2mg,Folic Acid 400 mcg,Cyanocobalamin 6 mcg,Biotin 30 mcg,Calcium Pantothenate 10.88 mg.
Minerals: Calcium 162 mg, Iron 18 mg,Phosphorous 109 mg,Iodine 150 mcg,Magnesium 100 mg,Zinc 15 mg,Selenium 20 mcg,Copper 2 mg, Manganese 2 mg,Chromium 120 mcg,Molybdenum 75 mcg,Potassium 80 mg, Chloride 72 mg,Boron 150 mcg, Nickel 5 mcg,Silicon 2 mg,Tin 10 mcg, Vanadium 10 mcg & Lutein 250 mcg.
Proviten A-Z is indicated for the prevention and treatment of vitamin-mineral deficiencies. Moreover individual components of Proviten A-Z have different pharmacological actions which are given below:
Vitamin A: Helps form and maintain healthy skin, eyes, teeth, gums, hair, mucous membranes and glands.
Vitamin C (Ascorbic Acid): Collagen formation: without it, protocollagen does not cross- link properly, resulting in impaired wound healing.
Vitamin D: Vitamin D helps to regulate calcium metabolism and normal calcification of the bones in the body as well as influencing our utilization of the mineral phosphorus
Vitamin E: Necessary for the formation of normal red blood cells, muscle, and tissue and necessary for immune functions
Vitamin K: Necessary for normal blood coagulation
Thiamine (Vitamin B1): Aids in energy utilization from food by promoting proper carbohydrate metabolism.
Riboflavin (Vitamin B2): Aids in energy utilization from food
Niacin (Vitamin B3): Present in all cells in the body helps convert food into energy; involved in fat, protein, and carbohydrate metabolism
Pyridoxine (Vitamin B6): Important in protein and amino acid metabolism
Folic Acid: Adequate amounts of this B vitamin (folic acid) as part of a healthy diet can help reduce the risk of birth defects of the brain and spine
Cyanocobalamin (Vitamin B12): Helps form red blood cells and build vital genetic material (nucleic acids) for the cell nucleus
Biotin: Necessary for formation of fatty acids & for production of
energy from glucose
Pantothenic Acid (Vitamin B5): Involved in converting carbohydrates, fats and proteins into energy
Calcium: Helps build and maintain strong teeth and bones.
Iron: Necessary for proper formation of oxygen-rich red blood cells & plays important role in the transport of oxygen
Phosphorous: Helps build and maintain teeth and bones
Iodine: Essential for formation of thyroid hormone thyroxin which governs metabolism and growth
Magnesium: Maintains proper levels of calcium and potassium
Zinc: The important antioxidant enzyme, superoxide dismutase (SOD), requires zinc, together with copper and manganese, to function. Zinc is also essential for the metabolism of vitamin A, another important antioxidant, enhance wound healing.
Selenium: Role as an antioxidant in the enzyme selenium-glutathione-peroxidase.
Copper: Involved in brain and red cell function, iron metabolism, bone health and protein synthesis
Manganese: Necessary for normal growth and development, reproduction and cell function
Chromium: Necessary for normal carbohydrate, protein and fat metabolism
Molybdenum: Important for normal cell function
Potassium: It is part of a number of metabolic actions, especially those that involve release of energy
Boron: Boron affects calcium, magnesium, and phosphorus balance and the mineral movement and make up of the bones by regulating the hormones, mainly parathyroid that control these functions.
Nickel: Enhances the body's use of iron
Silicon: May be necessary for normal cartilage, collagen and bone formation. Silicon promotes firmness and strength in the tissues.
Tin: Necessary for normal growth & Cell metabolism.
Vanadium: Pharmacological studies in animals suggest that vanadium may be involved in hormone, glucose, fat, bone and tooth metabolism as well as reproduction and growth.
Lutein: Super antioxidant that provides protection against free radicals.