Important Sources of Vitamin B

The B vitamins are necessary for the body, do not let them be lacking in the body. Today we are going to tell you about some such vitamins and minerals, which are considered very important for our body.

Important Vitamins and Minerals for Body: To be healthy, it is very important to have sufficient amounts of essential vitamins and minerals in the body. The deficiency of vitamins and minerals in the body can cause various diseases. Often you must have heard about vitamins and minerals like vitamin D, vitamin C, vitamin E, calcium, iron, and magnesium. We are going to tell you about B vitamins, which are considered very important for a healthy body. 

Vitamin B1

Vitamin B1 means thiamine. Vitamin B1 is considered essential for the brain. Thiamine is a type of vitamin that is needed by the body for energy, metabolism, and cell growth. Pregnant, lactating women need more vitamin B1. Weight loss, loss of memory, and muscle weakness are symptoms of vitamin B1 deficiency in the body.

Vitamin B1 sources

Thiamine is found naturally in meat, fish, and whole grains. Apart from this, beans, lentils, green peas, rice, sunflower seeds, and yogurt are also good sources of vitamin B1 or thiamin.

Vitamin B2

Vitamin B2 means riboflavin. Vitamin B2 is helpful in increasing red blood cells, carrying oxygen in the blood, removing anemia. Vitamin B2 also prevents anemia. Vitamin B2 helps maintain iron levels. Symptoms of vitamin B2 deficiency in the body include swelling of the edges of the lips, dry lips, darkening of the tongue, sore throat, fatigue, sore throat, burning in the eyes, itchy eyes, and swelling of the tongue.

Vitamin B2 sources

Vitamin B2 is high in organ meats, eggs, lean meats, and vegetables. Vitamin B2 or riboflavin may be deficient in vegetarians.

Vitamin B3

Vitamin B3 works in the body to convert food into energy and store it. Vitamin B3 is also helpful in nerve function. It promotes the health of the skin, tissues, and digestive system. Vitamin B3 deficiency is called pellagra. Mental problems, dementia, and digestive problems can be symptoms of vitamin B3 deficiency.

Vitamin B3 sources

Vitamin B3 means niacin. Tuna fish is rich in niacin. Plus, if you're a vegetarian, you can get vitamin B3 from avocados, peanuts, whole grains, mushrooms, potatoes, and green peas.

Vitamin B6

Vitamin B6 is essential for physical and mental functions. Vitamin B6 is essential for metabolism, nerve function, and keeping the eyes, skin, and liver healthy. It also works to increase the level of physical energy. Symptoms of vitamin B6 deficiency are muscle weakness, irritability, depression, nervousness, and trouble concentrating.

Vitamin B6 sources

Banana is an excellent source of Vitamin B6. Apart from this, milk, salmon, tuna, and eggs also contain vitamin B6. If you are a vegetarian, you can get vitamin B6 from carrots, spinach, sweet potatoes, green peas, and avocados.

Vitamin B12

Vitamin B12 is very important for the formation of red blood cells in the body. It helps in transporting folic acid to the body. If there is a deficiency of vitamin B12 in the body, you may have to face problems related to mental problems, and bone, and joint pain. Fatigue, weakness, constipation, weight loss, loss of appetite, depression, dementia

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