Vitamin B Deficiency and Benefits

Vitamin B Deficiency and Benefits

Vitamin B1 contains thiamine from B complex family. Thiamine is needed for metabolism of carbohydrates. Thiamine is an essential nutrient for the body to use carbohydrates in our body.

Symptoms of Vitamin B1 Deficiencies are heart failure, ear problem, irritability, edema, poor memory and digestion, fatigue, urine disorders, beriberi, weight loss, confusion, diarrhea, brain disorders.

Food source of Vitamin B1 are most of the vegetables, milk, beans, soy, whole grains, nuts.

Benefits of Vitamin B1 are growth, digestion, mind, heart, muscle, nervous system, herpes zoster.

Vitamin B2 contains riboflavin required for cellular respirations. It requires proteins to perform actions in our body.

Vitamin B2 deficiencies cause light sensitivity, liver disorders, hair loss, burning, itching, blood threads in eyes, migraines, cervical cancer, acne, muscle cramps, blood disorders.

Vitamin B2 food sources are milk, avocado, nuts, cheese, green vegetables, yogurt, corn, soy, whole wheat, rye, beans, millet, wheat.

Benefits of Vitamin B2 are reduction in Migraine pain, eye sight, metabolism increase, cure hair problems, nail problems, help to rejuvenate skin, growth.

Vitamin B3 contains niacin which lowers the cholesterol level in body.

Vitamin B3 deficiencies cause increase in cholesterol level, poor metabolism, fatigue, poor memory, cardiovascular risk.

Food sources of Vitamin B3 are black beans, beans, nuts, milk, avocado, dates, figs, wheat, barley, sesame seeds, green vegetables.

Benefits of Vitamin B3 are increase energy and circulations in the body,  save from bad breath, reduce cholesterol, reduce the risk of cancer, improve skin, cure GI disorders, cure diarrhea, vertigo.

Vitamin B5 contains Panthothenic Acid. Panthothenic acid is required to synthesize and metabolize fats, proteins and carbohydrates.

Vitamin B5 deficiencies cause hay fever, infections, hair loss, nerve disorder, heart disorder, sleep disorder, nausea, vomiting, immune system weakens.

Food sources of vitamin B5 are green vegetables, nuts, cauliflower, cabbage, corn, beans, whole grains.

Benefits of Vitamin B5 are prevent from fatigue, high cholesterol, increase antibodies, heal wounds.

Vitamin B6 contains Pyridoxine. Pyridoxine helps us to make amino acids which provide strength to body, carbohydrates and lipids.

Loss of Vitamin B6 cause harmone imbalance, eczema, anaemia,  water retention, dandruff, poor digestion,  Premenstrual syndrome, head ache, numbness, sleepiness.

Food sources of Vitamin B6 are walnuts, oats, cabbage, soybean, carrot, beans, brown rice, cantaloupe, blackstrap molasses.

Benefits of Vitamin B6 are prevent kidney stones, give strength to immune system, prevent from skin disorders, nervous system disorders, nausea, anti aging, heart diseases, numbness, assimilate proteins and fats in boyd, prevent muscle cramps.

Vitamin B9 contains folic acid. Folic acid is good for pregnancy and reduce all birth effects.  Increase brain power of a baby and give strength to spinal cord.

Vitamin B9 deficiencies are hair loss, anaemia, Gastrointestinal diseases.

Food sources of Vitamin B9 are green vegetables, sprout grains, soy, yogurt, salad, whole grains.

Deficiency of Vitamin B12 cause premature aging, nervous system disorders, insomnia, poor memory or concentration, fatigue.

Food sources of Vitamin B12 are cabbage, potatoes, mustard green, peas, okra, tomatoes, berries, melon, mangoes, papaya, pineapple , milk, amla, green pepper, all types of cabbages, asparagus.

Benefits of Vitamin B12 are regenerate RBC, prevent heart diseases, osteoporosis, increase memory and concentration, increase energy , appetite, growth, nervous system disorders.

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