9 Foods that Contain ALL Of Your Fat-Soluble Vitamins

July 31, 2022

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Start consuming these foods to get all of your fat-soluble vitamins!


0:00 Introduction: Fat-soluble vitamins vs. water-soluble vitamins
1:06 How to increase your absorption of fat-soluble vitamins
4:10 Vitamin complexes
4:45 Benefits of fat-soluble vitamins
9:30 The best foods to get fat-soluble vitamins
14:02 Understanding osteomalacia
18:09 Check out my video on the gallbladder!

Today I’m going to cover the best sources of fat-soluble vitamins. Fat-soluble vitamins are essential to help support a healthy body.

Fat-soluble vitamins penetrate the cell membrane, go into the nucleus, and then connect with receptors that activate certain genes.

Water-soluble vitamins are more like coenzymes or helper molecules that don’t go that far into the nucleus of the cell.

You need fat to absorb fat-soluble nutrients. For example, you might add olive oil to your salad to extract nutrients.

If you take a fat-soluble vitamin as a supplement, it’s important to take it with a meal or add a little bit of oil or fat to it to increase absorption.

The absorption of fat-soluble nutrients is also dependent on bile. An unhealthy gallbladder or liver will diminish your bile and diminish your absorption of fat-soluble nutrients. Gut damage can also inhibit absorption.

If you take a supplement, it’s important to take the complex, not a single nutrient. This way, you won’t throw off the balance and absorption of the nutrient.

Not only do fat-soluble vitamins have a lot of amazing health benefits, but they also help you absorb certain minerals.

When consuming foods rich in fat-soluble vitamins, try to get pasture-raised, grass-fed products.

The best foods to get all of your fat-soluble vitamins:
1. Egg yolk
2. Cod liver oil
3. Fatty fish
4. Fish eggs
5. Liver and organ meats
6. Poultry fat
7. Shellfish
8. Cheese and cream
9. Butter

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Thanks for watching! I hope this helps increase your awareness of the best foods to get fat-soluble vitamins. I’ll see you in the next video.7