Vitamins that Diataal offers

Why do we need the vitamins that Diataal offers

Thinking why do you need a health supplement like Diataal? It’s because you need to invest in your health daily! Diataal along with balanced meal and exercise can be your perfect health companion by helping you meet your healthy lifestyle goals.

Why do we say so? Because Diataal consists of those 16 essential vitamins & minerals that we need every day. The vitamins keep our bodies in good working order, ensure healthy aging, and cover our daily nutritional bases. They are team players and help other nutrients work better. For example, vitamin D enhances the absorption of calcium, etc.

Here, we will be listing down the vitamins that make up Diataal, some food sources that you can rely on for consuming the same, and how their deficiency can affect you as you go about your daily routine. 

1. Vitamin A 

Vitamin A helps us strengthen our immune system, improves our vision, supports our reproduction and growth, makes our skin healthy, etc. 

Food sources


  • Orange and yellow fruits and veggies (carrots, red capsicum, etc.) 
  • Leafy green veggies- spinach, peas, etc. 


  • Eggs 
  • Some milk products (with Vitamin A added), etc. 

Its deficiency can lead to 

  • Night blindness or xeropthalmia (irreversible blindness) 
  • Increased vulnerability to infections, etc. 

2. Vitamin B 

The vitamins within Group B help our bodies use the energy-yielding nutrients (like fat, carbohydrates, protein, etc.) to meet our energy requirements. They also help cells multiply, by making new DNA. Here are a few types of Vitamin B that can be found in Diataal. 


Food sources

  • Legumes 
  • Sweet potatoes 
  • Avocados, etc. 

Its deficiency leads to

  • Dry eyes 
  • Hair loss 
  • Seizures, etc. 


Food sources

  • Sunflower seeds 
  • Yogurt 
  • Corn, etc. 

Its deficiency can lead to 

  • Nerve damage 
  • Tingling arms and legs, etc. 


Food sources

  • Meat which includes poultry, beef, pork, and fish 
  • Some nuts, legumes, etc. 

Its deficiency can lead to-

  • Vomiting 
  • Fatigue 
  • Hallucinations 
  • Rough skin that turns red or brown in the sun, etc. 


Food sources

  • Milk 
  • Cheese 
  • Nutritional Yeast, etc. 

Its deficiency can lead to 

  • Poor memory 
  • Weight loss 
  • Soreness of mouth or tongue, etc. 

Folic Acid

Food sources

  • Asparagus 
  • Beans 
  • Peas, etc. 

Its deficiency can lead to 

  • Irritability 
  • Headache 
  • Heart Palpitations, etc. 

3. Vitamin D 

Vitamin D is essential for maintaining the good health of our bones and muscles. The UV radiation from the sun and daily physical activity help our skin produce Vitamin D. Be mindful that the body needs this vitamin only in small quantities. 

Food sources

You can source around 5-10% of your Vitamin D requirements from your diet. 

  • Fatty Fish 
  • Eggs, etc. 

The deficiency of Vitamin D can lead to

  • Osteoporosis (your bones become weak and brittle) 
  • Bone fractures 
  • Rickets in children 

Along with your healthy and wholesome meals, consume one Diataal a day. Together they can be the perfect companion for meeting your goals of a healthy lifestyle. Buy your pack right away! 

Contact Info

USV Private Limited,

Arvind Vithal Gandhi Chowk,

BSD Marg, Station Road,

Govandi East,

Mumbai – 400 088. India