Golden Pyramids was founded on a background of experience in the field of export and import for its well-trained, professional staff. The experience that goes back to over 20 years in dealing with European, Arab and African companies in various commercial fields; Since our main goal is to gain the confidence of our customers and to provide the highest standard of quality service. Golden Pyramids has sought to raise the level of efficiency to all its staff through high-level professional training through attending international workshops. The success of our company depends mainly on your confidence and our aim is to provide products of the highest quality at reasonable and competitive prices from all over the world.

Golden Pyramids Multi-Vitamins contain many different vitamins and minerals. In this section we outline the benefits of the most common ones:

1. Vitamin A

Vitamin A, also known as retinol, is good for the hair, skin and eyes. It helps your immune system to fight of infections and diseases. In children it is good for growth and development; it also helps to repair bone and tissue. Common sources of vitamin A are cheese, eggs and oily fish.

2. Vitamin D3

Vitamin D3 is a supplement used to treat osteoporosis and to improve health overall. There are two types of vitamin D. Ergocalciferol (vitamin D2) and cholecalciferol (vitamin D3) Vitamin D2 is found mostly in foods, whereas Vitamin D3 is made by the body when the skin is exposed to sunlight. Many health professionals agree that it is important to supplement vitamin D3 as it is easy for the body to absorb. Also, the body doesn’t allow high doses of vitamin D3 within the bloodstream, but it does vitamin D2, so it is thought to be safer.

3. Vitamin E

Vitamin E is important for many functions. It is a fat-soluble vitamin which acts as an antioxidant. This protects the cell membranes by slowing down the processes which damage the cells. It is extremely important for the growth and development of children as it helps the immune system to function properly therefore preventing illnesses. It keeps the blood vessels open, so blood is able to flow freely. It is used to treat ataxia which is a movement disorder; this disorder leads to an extreme vitamin E deficiency.

4. Vitamin C

Vitamin C (ascorbic acid) acts as an antioxidant; it protects cells and keeps them healthy. It is necessary for the maintenance of connective tissue, which gives support and structure for other tissue and organs. It also helps healing wounds. Adults need about 40mg a day. It cannot be stored in the body so it important to have in your diet on a daily basis. Foods high in vitamin C include oranges, red and green peppers, strawberries and broccoli.

Thiamine (Vitamin B1)

Thiamine is needed in the body to be able to use carbohydrates properly. This is for the breakdown of foods and the conversion to energy. However, for it to work effectively it has to be taken alongside other B vitamins. It is also used for many things such as digestive problems. It boosts the immune system and keeps the nervous system healthy. It also helps with the processing of protein and fats.

Riboflavin (Vitamin B2)

Riboflavin, like all other B vitamins, plays a key role in energy production. Its role here is complicated—it is important both for energy production and metabolism. The vitamin is water soluble. That means your body cannot store this vitamin. So, it is needed in the everyday diet. Another role this vitamin plays in your body is that can fight off broken particles like free radicals. There free radicals can damage cells and DNA in your body. This vitamin is also an antioxidant.

Niacin (Vitamin B3)

Niacin is required for the proper functioning of sugars and fats in the body and to help maintain healthy cells. It also needed for a healthy liver, healthy skin, hair, and eyes, and to help the nervous system function properly. It is a cholesterol-lowering agent.
Niacin is used for the treatment for migraine headaches, dizziness, circulation problems, diarrhoea and for people with cholera. Niacin is also used to treat depression, motion sickness, acne, ADHD, arthritis, memory loss, improving digestion and premenstrual headaches. It helps lower blood pressure, improves circulation and protects the body against toxins and pollutants. Niacin is also thought to protect against Alzheimer’s disease. Common sources of Niacin include fish, chicken and turkey.

Vitamin B6

Vitamin B6 (pyridoxine) helps the body to store protein and carbohydrates to create energy. It also makes haemoglobin which is found in red blood cells. It also carries oxygen around the body.

Vitamin B12

Vitamin B12 is vital for the development and proper functioning of the brain, blood cells, nerves and other vital bodily functions. Vitamin B12 makes red blood cells and keeps the nervous system healthy.


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