Fat Soluble vs Water Soluble Vitamins: When Do You Take Them?

Fat Soluble vs Water Soluble Vitamins: When Do You Take Them?

Fat Soluble vs Water Soluble Vitamins: When Do You Take Them?

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hey guys I wanted to bring up a couple points about fat soluble vitamins versus water soluble vitamins a couple simple differences fat cybo vitamins are stored in your fat cells and in your liver water soluble are not stored and if you consume too much your body will just get rid of what you don’t need the interesting thing about fat soluble vitamins and I’m talking about vitamin A D e k1 and k2 as they’re able to penetrate the fat layer on your cells and go deeper and even infect the DNA and then mitochondria whereas water soluble most of them cannot bypass this lipid membrane this fat layer right here so the water soluble vitamins are the B vitamins and vitamin C okay and of course we’re not talking about other nutrients like minerals or trace minerals we’re just talking about fat Seibel versus water soluble now as far as when to take these you would want to take these with food with fat because if you consume fat they’ll be absorbed better these you can take anytime because you don’t need fat to help them be absorbed they’re water soluble fat Seibel vitamins are toxic in large amounts why well because they’re stored and they’re not able to be released through the urine like water soluble ones are if you take too much so let’s say for example you consumed liver from a polar bear and by the way have a tremendous amount of concentrated vitamin A well that can actually kill you it’s very very toxic and that quantity but if you’re taking two B vitamins about them and C your body will tend to get rid of them you probably noticed that when you urinated after taking B vitamins that bright yellow color of urine that’s the B vitamins coming out because you tip too many and you probably took synthetic usually when you take food based or even nutritional yeast B vitamins you won’t see that yellow urine because those are more natural and your body is using them and the last point I want to bring up is that when you’re fasting you usually don’t need to take the fat soluble vitamins why because you have enough stored fat soluble vitamins to last you a bit of time but with water-soluble vitamins if you go on a prolonged fast you should be taking by them and simply because your body doesn’t store these I mean it stores some of them like b12 but not all of them so you could end up with a major deficiency if you fast too long so when you fasting B vitamins are good to take and vitamin C and of course minerals to primarily potassium okay and sodium but realize your body really conserves a lot of sodium but does not store potassium so you lose a lot of potassium and you need a lot of potassium and that’s one of the reasons why I recommend taking potassium twice as at least twice as much as your sodium alright thanks for watching and check out this other video I have on vitamins I think you’ll find it quite interesting 

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Fat-soluble vitamins vs. water-soluble vitamins, what’s the difference, and when should you take them? Watch this short video to find out.

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0:00 Fat-soluble vs. water-soluble vitamins, what’s the difference?
0:58 When to take fat-soluble vitamin vs. water-soluble vitamins
1:15 Why fat-soluble vitamins are toxic in large amounts
2:22 Why you should take water-soluble vitamins while fasting

In this video, I want to talk to you about fat-soluble vitamins vs. water-soluble vitamins. When should you take them, and what is the difference?

Fat-soluble vitamins are stored in your fat cells and in your liver. Water-soluble vitamins are not stored—if you consume too much, your body will get rid of what you don’t need.

Fat soluble vitamins include:
• Vitamin A
• Vitamin D
• Vitamin E
• Vitamin K1
• Vitamin K2

These vitamins are able to penetrate the fat layer of your cells and go deeper. They can even affect your DNA and mitochondria. Water-soluble vitamins are not capable of this.

Water soluble vitamins include:
• B vitamins
• Vitamin C

You want to take fat-soluble vitamins along with fatty foods. So it’s best to have fat-soluble vitamins with food. They are absorbed far better this way.

You can take water-soluble vitamins any time—you don’t need fat to help with absorption.

Fat-soluble vitamins are toxic in large amounts. Unlike water-soluble vitamins, fat-soluble vitamins are stored, and excess amounts cannot be released through the urine.

Keep in mind that you should be taking water-soluble vitamins while you fast since your body doesn’t store them very well.

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Thanks for watching. I hope this video helped you have a better understanding of when to take fat-soluble vitamins and water-soluble vitamins.

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