* Vitamin A, an antioxidant compound that plays an important role in eye health, bone growth and maintains the immune system.
* Vitamin E is an important substance in helping the performance of organs in the body. Its antioxidant effects help protect the body’s cells from damage. And many more benefits of other Vitamin E.
* Vitamin K, included in the fat-soluble vitamin classes. This vitamin has a very important role to help the process of blood clotting and maintain bone health.
* Vitamin C, including the water-soluble vitamin group that also has an important role in maintaining the body’s metabolism. Vitamins are also known by the chemical name ascorbic acid also contains antioxidants that can counteract free radicals.
* Vitamin B, is a vitamin that is easily soluble in water and has an important role in the metabolism of cells in the body.
* Beta-carotene, is a pigment with dominant red-orange color found in plants and fruits. Absorption may increase as fat intake increases, as it includes fat-soluble compounds.
* Protein, has a very important role in the formation of the structure and function of cells in the body. Its function as a neurotransmitter and carrier of oxygen in the blood (hemoglobin) and is one of the energy sources in the body
* Carbohydrates, is the main energy source that the body needs, which is composed of elements Carbon (C), Hydrogen (H), and oxygen (O).
* Folate, one of the substances needed to grow flowers and maintain metabolism in the body, one of which plays a role in producing red blood cells. Due to a folic acid deficiency in pregnant women can be very dangerous for the fetus.
* Lipid, is another name of fat which is a hydrophobic organic substance that has a water-soluble but soluble nature in organic solvents. Fat is used as a solvent of vitamins A, D, E and K but also has an important role in maintaining the body’s vital body such as the heart. And also as a protector when the temperature is low.
* Glucose, a derivative produced from carbohydrates converted into energy in the body to be able to move.
* Iron, in the body’s metabolic process requires iron to create red blood cells or hemoglobin.
* Magnesium, very important role for immune, especially, serves to maintain the performance of nerves of the body, muscles, and bones.
* Phosphorus, has a function and role that is very important for the body, especially in the process of digestion, maintain the body’s metabolism, as well as dental and gum health.
Potassium, also known as potassium is one of the minerals needed to maintain a healthy body and reduce the risk of stroke.
Sodium, also called sodium, is needed by the body to help maintain kidney and cardiac performance, strengthening muscles also helps to keep blood pressure steady.
* Zinc, helps keep the metabolism in the body to get more leverage.
* Thiamin, is another name of vitamin B1 that plays a vital role to maintain function and work the brain remains maximum.
* Riboflavin, another name of vitamin B2 is needed by the body to break down carbohydrates, fats, and also protein from food sources consumed into energy as well as helps the process of absorption of oxygen in the body.
* Niacin, another name for vitamin B3. Vitamin B3 deficiency is known to cause diarrhea, dementia also dermatitis.