The following is a list of nutrients and the accompanying supplements necessary for the assimilation of these nutrients into the human body. Without the added “supplements,” the vitamin or mineral in question cannot be absorbed into the system or will be minimally absorbed, with most being excreted as waste.
Vitamin A: (choline, essential fatty acids, zinc, Vitamins C, D, and E).
Vitamin C: (bioflavonoids, calcium, and magnesium).
Vitamin D: (calcium, choline, essential fatty acids, phosphorus, and Vitamins A and C).
Vitamin E: (essential fatty acids, manganese, selenium, inositol, and Vitamins A, B1, and C).
Vitamin B complex: (calcium, Vitamins C and E).
B1 (thiamine): (manganese, B complex, Vitamins C and E).
B2 (riboflavin): (B complex and Vitamin C).
B3 (niacin): (B complex and Vitamin C).
B5 (Pantothenic acid): (B complex, Vitamins A, C, and E).
B6: (potassium, B complex, Vitamin C).
B12 (cyanocobalamin): (a protein called Intrinsic Factor).
Biotin: (folic acid, B complex, Vitamins B5, B12, and C).
Choline: (B complex, B12, folic acid, inositol).
Inositol: (B complex and Vitamin C).
PABA: (B complex, folic acid, and Vitamin C).
Calcium: (boron, essential fatty acids, lysine, magnesium, manganese, phosphorus, Vitamins A, C, D, F).
Copper: (cobalt, folic acid, iron, zinc).
Iodine: (iron, manganese, phosphorus).
Magnesium: (calcium, phosphorus, potassium, Vitamins B6, C, and D).
Manganese: (calcium, iron, B complex, and Vitamin E).
Phosphorus: (Calcium, iron, manganese, sodium, and B6).
Silicon: (iron and phosphorus).
Sodium: (calcium, potassium, sulfur, and Vitamin D).
Sulfur: (potassium, biotin, and Vitamins B1 and B5).
Zinc: (calcium, copper, phosphorus, and B6).
Essential fatty acids: (Vitamins A, C, D, and E).