Tuesday, May 17, 2016

Vitamins that Provide Energy

Vitamins That Help Provide Energy

altrum dealerThere’s no single answer to the question of what vitamin is good for energy. The B vitamins work collectively and individually in every cell to perform many different jobs, including helping the body release the energy it gets from carbohydrates, proteins and fats.
The eight B vitamins work together to help the body process, produce and efficiently use energy in different forms, and each one is necessary for good health. Together, these vitamins form the B complex that is critical to avoid fatigue and energize the body.
B vitamins are widely distributed throughout the food supply, so eating a varied, balanced diet that includes foods from all food groups helps give your body the nutrients it needs for energy.
Each of the B-complex vitamins plays a specific role in the body.
  • B1 (Thiamin) strengthens the body’s immune system and boosts neurotransmitter synthesis so the brain and nervous system, including memory, can function more efficiently.
  • B2 (Riboflavin) helps the body produce energy through a variety of chemical reactions. It also increases efficiency of oxygen use, allowing cells to function more effectively.
  • B3 (Niacin) helps reduce cholesterol levels which may be responsible for a range of health problems that can sap an individual’s energy. Niacin also works in conjunction with other B vitamins to increase the body’s efficiency when producing energy.
  • B5 (Pantothenic Acid) helps with energy production and strengthens the body’s immune system. A healthy immune system helps improve energy levels.
  • B6 (Pyridoxine) helps protect the body’s arteries and the health of the circulatory system.
  • B9 (Folic Acid) helps protect arteries. It also plays a role in the formation of red blood cells, which carry oxygen to the rest of the body and are needed to maintain energy levels.
  • B12 (Cyanocobalamin), along with folic acid, helps form red blood cells.Vitamin B12 also is a key factor in how effectively the body absorbs food and therefore replenishes its energy supplies.
  • Biotin helps facilitate both fat and protein metabolism, a process that converts food into energy
Robert Bruton

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