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The Vitality of B Vitamins

woman inspecting supplement bottleHappy Tuesday! Dr Kelly here. The nerve of the B Vitamins!

Do you have tingling down your arm or leg?

It could be because of an issue with your spine.

Or it could be because of a DEFICIENCY with your B VITAMINS!

What about fatigue?

Have you been diagnosed with anemia?

It could be related to a DEFICIENCY with your B VITAMINS!!

Are you pregnant?

B VITAMINS are essential for fetal growth and development.

The B vitamins are a group of 8 different vitamins:

B1 – Thiamine: Helps to convert carbs into energy. It supports proper nervous system function. It is important for heart health.

B2- Riboflavin: Plays a role in energy production. Helps maintain healthy skin & eyes and supports normal growth and development.

B3 – Niacin: Essential for energy metabolism. Aids in the functioning of the digestive system and supports healthy skin.

B5- Pantothenic acid: Assists in energy production. Helps synthesizes hormones & cholesterol and promotes healthy skin and hair.

B6 – Pyridoxine: Involved in the metabolism of proteins, carbs, and fats. Supports brain development & function and helps maintain a healthy immune system.

B7- Biotin: Important for metabolism with the breakdown of carbs, fats & proteins. Contributes to healthy hair, skin, and nails.

B9- Folate: Vital for cell division and growth, supports development of red blood cells, and is crucial during pregnancy for fetal development.

B12 – Cobalamin: Plays a role in the production of red blood cells, supports neurological function. Helps in DNA synthesis. Contributes to overall energy production.

B Vitamins can be found together in various foods. They work together to support overall health and well-being.

Look for B12 in eggs and tuna. B6 in chickpea, bananas, and tuna. B1 in sunflower seeds and peas.

It is best to get your vitamins from the foods you eat. However, when you need more, supplements are the perfect way to get them. You can get your B Vitamins in a standard or methyl form. You typically need the methyl form if you have a mthfr gene defect or other methylation issues.

In a nutshell – Vitamin B is important for energy production, metabolism, nervous system function, and the health of various organs and systems in the body.

Text B VITAMINS or respond to this email if you need any more info or would like to order physician quality B vitamins. Or better yet, ask me on your next visit.

Yours in Healthy Naturally,
Dr. Kelly

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