Vitamin T

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Vitamin T is the penultimate article in the alphabet of vitamins and not much is known about it. Proven benefits of Vitamin T are to help the formation of white blood cells in the body and blood coagulation or clotting and platelet. The main known sources of Vitamin T are eggs, especially egg yolks, and sesame.

Vitamin T is rare and even today’s science has not given very much information about the properties, application and benefits it may have.

Vitamin T is water soluble and is destroyed by alcohol. It is also known as torulitine.

Though classified as a vitamin, it does not fully meet the definition of this and many sy Vitamin T is actually not a vitamin. Often people call it with the nicknames tequila or testosterone. There is even a Mexican diet with Vitamin T, which includes tacos, tortillas and Tortas (large sandwiches) in the dieting plan.

According to the definition of a vitamin, it is defined as a nutrient that in small doses, is important for the regulation of processes in the body. Vitamins A, B, C, D, E and K fully meet this definition, while vitamin T remains questionable, it does not fit this criterion. Most manufacturers of dietary supplements do not even include it informally in their catalogs and consequently Vitamin T can not be easily found on the market.

Sources of Vitamin T


The main sources of Vitamin T are yolks, sesame seeds, sesame paste and tahanat. Is sometimes called Sesame Seed Factor. Some studies show a good source of Vitamin T is pumpkin. Vitamin T is found in some quantity in the epidermis of insects and fermenting yeast.

Daily intake of Vitamin T

Since Vitamin T is not actually recognized as an important vitamin and health supplement to many medical professionals, it is an arduous task to determine the recommended daily doses, even for those who want to include it in their diet. All vitamins have a recommended dose or you may take them for every type of body, diet and nutrition.

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In this line of thinking, specialists face the daunting task of determining the levels of Vitamin T overdose and in what doses it would be toxic. They are not certain whether vitamin T must be consumed regularly and in what quantities. You can only assume that the regular consumption of alcohol is a prerequisite for T Vitamin deficiency in the body.

Benefits of Vitamin T

According to experts, Vitamin T is the only vitamin that regulates the metabolism of carbohydrates, proteins and fats in the body. It helps produce red blood cells and proper functioning of the nervous system. Vitamin T regulates metabolism of homo-cytosine and resolve problems related to skin pigmentation. You could say that Vitamin T gives the body the necessary energy to perform it’s normal daily activities.

Actually, it helps to convert your food intake into free energy of the body. Vitamin T has the ability to protect the nervous system and gives energy to your brain. One of the most important functions of Vitamin T is related to the breakdown of carbohydrates, which release energy in the body.

Regular consumption of products containing Vitamin T like pumpkin, tahini, sesame, positively affects the overall health of a person, by not providing prerequisites for the development of disease. Supporting blood coagulation and the formation of white blood cells in the body, Vitamin T is particularly important for the prevention of some forms of anemia and hemophilia.

Some nutritionists say Vitamin T is invaluable because it stops weight gain. By eating pumpkin regularly, one can allow the body to absorb heavy meals easily. This in turn stops and prevents obesity.


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