Water-soluble vitamins are easy to dissolve in water and weak in heat, but
there are advantages such as not having worry of excessive hyperlipemia even if you take plenty.
No matter how much it is ingested, everything that has been effectively used will be discharged outside the body, so
we need to replenish every day frequently.

Water-soluble vitamins are present in the
body in a dissolved form in water. It is difficult to store
in the
body because it is easy to put on water, and excess things are excreted together with urine.
Let’s wash quickly when handling vegetables etc. with water when preparing for cooking.
Also, if you put on water long, vitamins will melt quickly and steadily.
Upon eating,
vitamins can be consumed wastefully by using a large amount of miso soup, boiled foods, etc, such as vitamin taken out when cooked together .

However, it is also vulnerable to heat, and loss due to heat is inevitable.
Especially vitamin B2 is said to be relatively heat resistant, but it
is not as strong as fat soluble vitamin.
If possible we would like to eat fresh vegetables and fruits raw as it is,
but that will not be enough, so let’s supplement with meals + supplements.

It is a water-soluble vitamin that has disadvantages such as being easily soluble in water and weak in heat, but even if
you ingest it more than necessary , you do not have to worry about excessive symptoms.
The extra amount after having taken a lot and being used effectively is discharged together with urine.
However, if taken in too much amount,
vitamin C may cause diarrhea and rash,
vitamin B 2 may cause chiky pain and itch.