Vitamins for growth contribute to the proper formation of bone and muscle mass of the child. Recommended for better functioning of the musculoskeletal system, supporting the body during periods of active growth and strengthening bones in adulthood.
Vitamin A is involved in chondrogenesis, thereby promoting the formation of cartilage tissue. Vitamin D acts as a regulator of the absorption of phosphorus and calcium into the intestines. Vitamin E reliably protects red blood cells from the harmful effects of free radicals. Vitamin B1 promotes body growth by stimulating the digestive system and improving blood supply to skeletal tissues. Vitamin B2 is actively involved in metabolism, having a positive effect on the growth process. Vitamin B6 is responsible for the normal functioning of the nervous system, including the bone receptor apparatus. Facilitates the absorption of magnesium. Vitamin K is involved in bone metabolism and supports normal blood clotting.