Dongkun Lee and Austin Chin
The 8 B-Group Vitamins
The eight types of vitamin B are thiamin, riboflavin, niacin, pantothenic acid, biotin, vitamin B6, folate and vitamin B12.
Role of Vitamin B
Its role is energy production and producing red blood cells.
Vitamin B are easily destroyed by cooking and processing foods.
Consequences of lack of Vitamin B
Some consequences of low vitamin B levels are confusion, irritability, poor body coordination, fatigue, and muscle weakness. Many other symptoms varying based on which vitamin B group is lacking.
Foods that contains vitamin B
Some foods that contain vitamin B are cereal, grains, seeds nuts, yeast, pork, dairy products, eggs and several different vegetables and meat.