How to eat more foods with vitamin B the B vitamins are a group of water-soluble vitamins that work as a team to promote energy conversion growth and I skin and muscle health you will need whole grains avocados bananas potatoes and sweet potatoes beans and lentils Chili Peppers meat liver and organ meat fish and seafood eggs and milk nuts and seeds fortified breakfast cereal and energy bars optional brewers yeast and wheat germ never change your diet without first consulting your physician.
Step 1 eat plenty of whole grains which are loaded with all the B complex vitamins especially B one known as thiamine B 2 also called riboflavin B 3 also known as niacin NB 8 known as biotin.
Step two get vegetarian sources of B vitamins by consuming avocados bananas potatoes sweet potatoes beans lentils and Chili Peppers pick supplements of brewers yeast and wheat germ which are natural sources of B vitamins.
Step 3 enjoy meat in your diet especially liver another organ meat which is an excellent source of b1 b3 b5 b6 b7 b8 b9 and b12.
Step 4 incorporate other animal products in your diet including fish seafood eggs and milk these foods are high in b12 also called cobalamin essential for the nervous system and cell function it’s recommended that vegetarians take a b12 supplement.
Step 5 snack on nuts and seeds like sunflower seeds and flax seeds which are high in b1 b5 and b6 known as periodic seen these six helps the absorption of b12 in the body six look for foods commonly fortified with B vitamins such as breakfast cereals and energy bars did you know in 1916 Elmer V McCallum discovered vitamin B which is actually a complex of vitamins that work together but was first thought to be a single vitamin like a or C.