Get To Know Your B Supplement

Rhonda Liebig Food SupplementsB-Vitamins

Vitamin B are a Group of vitamins all involved in turning the food we eat into useable energy by the body

Vitamin B Include thiamin, riboflavin, niacin, B6, B12, folic acid, biotin, pantothenic acid

Some B vitamins work solely to turn the food we eat into useable energy. Others have additional roles

  o Thiamin (B1) assists the nervous system, heart muscle and regulates appetite

  o Riboflavin (B2) plays a role in mucous membrane formation and skin formation

  o B6 helps maintain normal homocysteine levels in the blood, which is an amino acid that helps reduce the risk   of heart disease

  o Folic acid (B9) helps form brain and spinal cord during fetal development and is involved in cell division and red blood cell formation

Where do we get Vitamin B?

Widespread in the food supply. Found mostly in green vegetables, meats, dairy and fortified foods

 B12 is the only B vitamin not found in plant foods and therefore needs to be supplemented for those who are vegan

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