Vitamine B. A cosa servono le vitamine del gruppo B

B vitamins: an aid to your defenses in winter. What the B vitamins are for


Our body, especially during winter, needs special vitamins to strengthen the immune system. An improper diet connected, perhaps to a period of stress, could lead to a depletion in our bodies of certain vitamins that are essential for proper functioning.

Fight the cold with vitamin bIn particular, during winter and the time of year when you are most prone to physical weakness, the B vitamins and vitamin C we have already discussed are very useful.

Today we focus on the b vitamins. One cannot consider only one type of vitamin b precisely because it is a group of vitamins that are indispensable for a wide variety of functions in our bodies. They can be a great immune support especially during winter, when you are known to be more debilitated. The b vitamins are also very useful in preventing mouth ulcers (a symptom of lowered defenses) and mild forms of influenza.

Let’s look in more detail at which vitamins are part of this group, what they are used for and where they are found:

  • Vitamin B1: useful in metabolic reactions of the nervous system and heart. It can be found mainly in whole grains, legumes, dried fruits, and brewer’s yeast.
  • Vitamin B2: It is essential for the functioning of all cells in the body. Good sources of it are cheeses, offal, eggs and dairy products, but also nuts, green leafy vegetables such as spinach.Vitamin B
  • Vitamin B3: useful in cases of fatigue and tiredness; also essential in digestive processes. It is found in brewer’s yeast, white meats, tuna, melon, blueberries, tomatoes, bananas, and apricots.
  • Vitamin B6: important for the immune system, in fact it would be better if this particular vitamin was not lacking in winter. We find it in whole grains, soybeans, peas, milk, eggs, tuna, meat, and oily nuts such as sunflower seeds, cashews, peanuts, and hazelnuts.
  • Vitamin B9: Also called folic acid, it is essential for blood metabolic processes and those affecting the immune system. Very useful for pregnant women who take it regularly to help the fetus. It is also a great support for the immune system in winter. We can find it in green leafy vegetables such as spinach and valerian, beans, brewer’s yeast, and oranges.

Deficiency of these particular vitamins could cause. dryness or particular roughness skin, hair weakness, lack of appetite, or trouble falling asleep. The main help that b vitamins give to orgnaism during winter is to Help fight fatigue and fatigue and stimulate the immune system to strengthen it.

Other useful vitamins at this time of year may be:

  • Vitamin A and beta-carotene: is supplemented through dietary consumption of green and yellow vegetables such as spinach, carrots, pumpkin; we can also assimilate it through eggs, butter, peppers and parsley;
  • Vitamin C: found in most vegetables and citrus fruits. But also in kiwis in peppers, potatoes, tomatoes and thistle;
  • Vitamin D: We find it in fish such as tuna, salmon and fish oil, but also in almonds and currants.
  • Vitamin E: Found in most vegetable oils, wheat germs, eggs, green vegetables, legumes and whole grains.

Our body, especially during winter, needs special vitamins to strengthen the immune system. An improper diet connected, perhaps to a period of stress, could lead to a depletion in our bodies of certain vitamins that are essential for proper functioning.

In particular, during winter and the time of year when you are most prone to physical weakness, B vitamins and vitamin C are very useful.

Today we focus on the b vitamins. One cannot consider only one type of vitamin b precisely because it is a group of vitamins that are indispensable for a wide variety of functions in our bodies. They can be a great immune support especially during winter, when you are known to be more debilitated. The b vitamins are also very useful in preventing mouth ulcers (a symptom of lowered defenses) and mild forms of influenza.

Let’s look in more detail at which vitamins are part of this group, what they are used for and where they are found:

  • Vitamin B1: useful in metabolic reactions of the nervous system and heart. It can be found mainly in whole grains, legumes, dried fruits, and brewer’s yeast.
  • Vitamin B2: It is essential for the functioning of all cells in the body. Good sources of it are cheeses, offal, eggs and dairy products, but also nuts, green leafy vegetables such as spinach.
  • Vitamin B3: useful in cases of fatigue and tiredness; also essential in digestive processes. It is found in brewer’s yeast, white meats, tuna, melon, blueberries, tomatoes, bananas, and apricots.
  • Vitamin B6: important for the immune system; in fact, it would be better if this particular vitamin were not lacking in winter. We find it in whole grains, soybeans, peas, milk, eggs, tuna, meat, and oily nuts such as sunflower seeds, cashews, peanuts, and hazelnuts.
  • Vitamin B9: Also called folic acid, it is essential for blood metabolic processes and those affecting the immune system. Very useful for pregnant women who take it regularly to help the fetus. In winter, it is also a great support for the immune system. We can find it in green leafy vegetables such as spinach and valerian, beans, brewer’s yeast, and oranges.

Deficiency of these particular vitamins could cause. dryness or particular roughness skin, hair weakness, lack of appetite, or trouble falling asleep. The main help that b vitamins give to the body during winter is to Help fight fatigue and fatigue and stimulate the immune system to strengthen it.

Other useful vitamins at this time of year may be:

  • Vitamin A and beta-carotene: is supplemented through dietary consumption of green and yellow vegetables such as spinach, carrots, pumpkin; we can also assimilate it through eggs, butter, peppers and parsley;
  • Vitamin C: found in most vegetables and citrus fruits. But also in kiwis in peppers, potatoes, tomatoes and thistle;
  • Vitamin D: We find it in fish such as tuna, salmon and fish oil, but also in almonds and currants.
  • Vitamin E: Found in most vegetable oils, wheat germs, eggs, green vegetables, legumes and whole grains.

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