Good nutrition comes from good and balanced food. But often we miss some important food values that are necessary for our well-being. Vitamin B is one of them. The benefits of Vitamin B are many.

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Vitamin B lower stroke rate

In addition to their role in metabolism and in maintaining healthy skin and hair, B vitamins are related to lowering the rate of heart stroke among people over 30s. Strokes are caused by blood clots getting stuck in the brain vessels. Vitamin B keeps the blood thin by controlling the fat elements in the body. Before taking vitamin B, consult with a physician.

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Vitamin B1 prevents Beriberi

Vitamin B1 plays a major role in the metabolism of food. If someone takes the proper amount of vitamin B, they will be less likely to be affected by Beriberi. This is a disease affecting the heart, digestive system, and nervous system. Beriberi affects children more.

Vitamin B 2, Riboflavin boosts the immune system

The recommended amount of Riboflavin keeps the immune system strong. Mostly, this food value is found in various kinds of seeds, nuts, and fruits. Riboflavin helps to break down important fats, and carbohydrates; which are essential for the body.

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Vitamin b3, Niacin breaks down food into energy

Vitamin B 3 or nicotinic acid or niacin is essential for us, as it breaks down the food into smaller parts which are easier for our body to digest and get nutrition out of it. Lack of B 3 can cause fatal issues.