Latest News

The Importance of Vitamin B

The Importance of Vitamin B

By Joanie in Non classé on 3 December 2019

Did you know that B Vitamins are crucial for maintaining a healthy body? This is because they have a direct impact on your brain function, energy levels and cell metabolism. B Vitamins also have a major effect on your mental clarity, focus and emotional balance and are fundamental in developing your nervous system.

There are eight B vitamins in total but the 2 most important are B12 which is imperative for the proper function of your brain and nervous system and Folate (B9) which is key in preventing brain fog, irritability, depression & emotional stress. Folate also helps you repair DNA and has significant anti-aging benefits.

Here is why we need all the B vitamins from B1 to B12 to ensure optimum lifelong health.

  • B1 (thiamine) – Helps support the nervous system, muscle function & healthy digestion.
  • B2 -Normal cell growth & Energy productionB3 – Heart Health
  • B5 – Important for the metabolism of carbohydrates, proteins and fats & is also imperative for breaking down fatty acids and keeping your skin healthy.
  • B6 – Helps in the production of neurotransmitters and is important for immune system function in older individuals.
  • B7 (Biotin) – Decrease insulin resistance, address high blood glucose levels, maintain healthy hair & nails and improves energy metabolism and glucose tolerance.
  • B9 (Folate) – Essential for human growth & development (which is why it is important to get enough of it during pregnancy). It also encourages proper brain and normal nerve functioning.
  • B12 – Aids in the production of RNA, DNA, and neurotransmitters.

The healthiest way to ensure that you’re getting all eight B vitamins is to eat a varied diet that includes fruit, vegetables, whole grains, legumes, healthy fats, and protein. You can also take vitamin B Supplements. Always consult your doctor before taking supplements.

Post CommentLeave a reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *