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What is the VitaminB family? Why are they important?

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What is the VitaminB family? Why are they important?

What is the VitaminB family? Why are they important?


There are more than 12 kinds of vitamin B family, among which the world recognized vitamin B1 (thiamine), vitamin B2 (riboflavin), vitamin B3 (niacin), vitamin B5 (pantothenic acid), vitamin B6 (pyridoxine) ), vitamin B12 (cyanocobalamin), vitamin B9 (folic acid), vitamin B7 (biotin).

B-groups are essential nutrients for all human tissues and are key to the release of energy from food. The most important functions they share are related to metabolism. All vitamin B groups will participate in our metabolism and decompose daily intake of food, including carbohydrates, fats, and proteins, into monosaccharides. , fats are decomposed into fatty acids, proteins are decomposed into amino acids, and their absorption process also requires the participation of the B family; the second is to maintain the health of our skin and mucous membranes, especially the construction of skin and mucous membranes. Therefore, when there is a problem with the skin and mucous membranes, it is often related to the B family.

 They are all coenzymes, which can participate in the metabolism of sugar, protein, and fat in the body. They are indispensable vitamins for liver metabolism. They are called the second liver of the human body. At present, many people blindly pursue the refinement of diet, which leads to the intake of In addition, due to the excessive intake of sugar and fat, B vitamins are more needed to promote metabolism; in addition, the fast pace of life, high pressure, and staying up late also need to consume a lot of B vitamins group vitamins. Therefore, it is very common for people to lack B vitamins.

The Vitamin B family is soluble in water and easily metabolized. It is almost impossible to accumulate in the body for a long time and must be supplemented daily. B vitamins are mainly excreted through sweat and urine. In summer, people drink more water, sweat, and urinate more, so in summer, people are more likely to lack vitamin B. For example, in summer, people are more prone to fatigue, sleepiness, and lack of energy, and this is the reason.

To sum up, the vitamin B family is an indispensable and important element in people daily life, and it is necessary to pay attention to supplement it every day.

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