Vitamin B is a water-soluble vitamin group of enzymes including B1 thiamine, B2 riboflavin, B6 pyridoxine, B12 cobalamin, B5 pantothenic acid, folic acid, and biotin.and occurring chiefly in yeast, liver, eggs, and some vegetables. Also know as B complex.
Types of B Vitamins
Vitamin B1 or thiamine is a B complex that is found in grains, beans, peas, green vegetables, yeast, meats, and is vital for carbohydrate and glucose metabolism, helping your bodies energy production. It also increases heart health and nerve function.
Vitamin B2 or riboflavin is commonly found in green vegetables, yeast, liver, and milk. Riboflavins have a chief role in the body's energy production. They allow oxygen-based energy production to take place.
Vitamin B3 or niacin is used in conversion of fats, protein, carbohydrates by oxidation-reduction. It directly effects the vascular smooth muscle, causing a widening of the blood vessels allowing the blood vessels to relax..
Vitamin B5 or pantothenic acid is vital for human growth, reproduction and regular body progressions. The body uses it in the breakdown of carbohydrates, lipids and some amino acids and helps the body metabolize these fats into energy.
Vitamin B6 or pyridoxine is commonly found in grainy cereals, yeast, liver, milk, etc. It is a ingredient of pyridoxal phosphate which is involved in amino acid metabolism.
Vitamin B7 or biotin helps the breakdown and utilization of food. It is important in metabolism and helps maintain certain enzymes in the body.
Vitamin B9 or folic acid is essential in the role of human growth and development, specifically cell division and DNA synthesis. It is vital for cell duplication, as DNA can not be created without adequate amounts of folic acid.
Vitamin B12 or cyanocobalamin is required for configuration and renewal of red blood cells. It helps in maintaining a healthy nervous system and is required for proper digestion, including absorption of calcium, and promotes healthy growth in children. Lastly, it aids with folic acid and the synthesis of amino acids.
Vitamin B is known to helps brain function and converts protein to energy. B12 often helps people feel less tired or worn down. People who suffer from Chronic Fatigue Syndrome often benefit from the use of B12 by taking it therapeutically. The most common therapeutic amount suggested is 1000 milligrams. Much research has shown that vitamin B6 works with folic acid and B12 to decrease levels of homocysteine, lower levels can decrease a person's risk of heart attack.
It promotes cell growth and healthy cell division, which has many benefits to our body. It includes red cell production, which helps keep the heart health increases the blood flow. This can increase heart health and aide in the prevention of anemia and even certain types of cancer, like pancreatic cancer.
A recent study shows that taking folic acid, which is found in vitamins B9, B6 and b12 can help in slowing brain atrophy. Such brain atrophies can be the early stages of Alzheimer’s disease. In this study it was not shown to prevent Alzheimer’s disease, but to help the body fight off symptoms for a time. Meaning that in this study it just held off the effects of full blown Alzheimer’s for a bit longer.
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