Vitamin A deficiency
Vitamin A deficiency is often preventable in developed countries like Australia. Learn about the symptoms, causes and how to ensure you get enough vitamin A.
Vitamin C deficiency
Vitamin C deficiency is rare in Australia where fresh produce is generally readily available. Vitamin C deficiencies are largely preventable - learn how here.
Vitamin K deficiency
Vitamin K deficiency can stop your blood from clotting properly and weaken your bones. Read more about how to prevent and treat vitamin K deficiency.
Vitamin B deficiency
To maintain optimum health it's important to get enough of the right nutrients. Learn how a vitamin B deficiency can affect you.
Vitamin D deficiency
Vitamin D deficiency occurs when your body doesn’t get enough vitamin D to function well. Learn about the symptoms, who's at risk and how to get enough vitamin D.
Vitamin B and your health
The B vitamins are a group of vitamins needed for good health. Learn about what the B vitamins do, what foods have them and vitamin B deficiencies.
Scurvy affects people who do not get enough vitamin C. Learn about causes, symptoms, treatments, and how changes to your diet can prevent scurvy.
Sources high in vitamin D
Vitamin D is essential for calcium absorption and healthy bones and muscles. Most vitamin D comes from sunlight, but it's also found in some foods.
Vitamin D and your health
Vitamin D is very important for bone health. Learn about natural sources, supplements and health risks associated with too much or too little vitamin D.
Vitamin D test
Vitamin D is important for bone health. A vitamin D blood test checks the level of 25-hydroxy-vitamin D in your blood – find out more here.