What is Vitamin B?
B vitamins are a group of water-soluble vitamins that play an important role in cell metabolism and improving the body’s functions. We need this vitamin because:
1. each vitamin has its own biological value;
2. all vitamins in this group ensure the normal functioning of the nervous system and are responsible for energy metabolism;
3. maintains a normal digestive system, increases resistance to stress;
4. Helps stabilize blood sugar.
B vitamins are found in the following foods: whole grains, meat, eggs, potatoes, pasta, white bread, brewer’s yeast, nuts, green leafy vegetables, liver, and more.