B vitamins are all coenzymes involved in the metabolism of important substances such as sugar, fat, and protein in the human body, and are water-soluble vitamins that are indispensable to maintain the normal function of the human body.
B vitamins are easily destroyed in an alkaline environment, and the human body cannot manufacture and synthesize them by itself. Moreover, B vitamins are water-soluble, and excess B vitamins are difficult to store in the aqueous environment of the human body, so they should be supplemented every day.
Why are B vitamins better than B vitamins alone?
B vitamins are a huge family with synergistic effects among them. For example, vitamin B2 can activate vitamin B6 and participate in the synthesis of niacin from tryptophan. So taking multiple B vitamins at one time is better than taking them separately.
Which foods are rich in B vitamins?
Poultry meat, fish, eel, animal offal, oysters (rich in vitamin B12 Cyanocobalamin 98%), etc.;
Citrus fruits, bananas, grapes, pears, walnuts, tomatoes, kiwifruit, etc.;
Carrots, eggplants, celery, spinach, etc.;
4. Bacteria and algae
Mushrooms, kelp, seaweed, etc.