Vitamin Enemies: Coffee, Beans, Milk And Other Products
We've known the vitamins we need from childhood. But it turns out they've got antagonists, substances that make them active. The antivitamines were opened in the 1970s, by chance, during the V9 synthesis experiment (folic acid). Then, for reasons unknown to scientists, synthesized folic acid not only lost its vitamin activity but also acquired opposite properties.
Further studies have shown that there are indeed substances that, by entering the system, react to exchange instead of vitamins and alter the course of these reactions. In the end, no matter how many vitamins a man takes, there will be no effect, he will be defeated by the very antivitamines.
Vitamins and antivitamines have a similar chemical structure. In vitamins, they become caffeine and interact with specific proteins, thus regulating different biochemical processes.
Antivitamines also turn into caffection, only false. They replace the true vitamin caffeine, but they can't play their part. Special proteins do not detect substitutes and attempt to perform normal functions. But that's not possible, the process of substance exchange is disrupted because it can't happen without their catalyst, vitamins. Moreover, false caffection begins to participate in processes by playing its own biochemical role.
Therefore, vitamins may be completely or partially blocked, their biological activity is declining or no longer.