Vitamin A is involved in the process of formation and preservation of function of epithelial tissues and mucous membranes, is important for fertility and is essential for vision.
Vitamin D3 regulates and corrects calcium and phosphate metabolism in blood and plays an important role in the uptake of calcium and phosphate from the intestines. Especially in young,
growing animals vitamin D3 is essential for the normal development of skeleton and teeth.
Vitamin E is as a fat-soluble intracellular antioxidant, involved in stabilising unsaturated fatty acids, thereby preventing toxic lipo-peroxides formation. Furthermore, vitamin E protects the oxygensensitive vitamin A from oxidative destruction in this preparation.
B vitamins are essential for the proper operation of several physiological functions.