Typically found in leafy greens and legumes, B vitamins are essential for healthy cell metabolism and overall nervous system function. In fact, recent studies link them to a reduced risk of stroke.1 Each of these nutrients performs a slightly different function within the body. Let’s take a closer look at our B vitamins:
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1Source: Yan Ji, MD, Song Tan, MD, Yuming Xu, MD, Avinash Chandra, MD, Changhe Shi, MD, Bo Song, MD, Jie Qin, MDand Yuan Gao, MD, Vitamin B Supplementation, Homocysteine Levels, and the Risk of Cerebrovascular Disease, a Meta-Analysis, 2013, Neurology 10.1212
B1 or thiamine helps break down carbohydrates into energy. It’s also a part of the RNA and DNA production processes.
B2 or riboflavin helps convert carbohydrates, proteins, and fats into energy.
B3 or niacin aids in the metabolism of glucose, fat, and alcohol.
B5 or pantothenic acid is essential for the production of hormones. It also aids in the oxidation of fatty acids and carbohydrates eventually leading to the production of coenzyme A.
B12 or cobalamin is present during the production of blood cells in bone marrow. Because this vitamin is not often present in veggies, it is essential that vegans and vegetarians make supplementation a part of their diet.
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