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santana Icon : (18 October 2014 - 12:02 PM) arent there some other names that could have been cut instead
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B complex vitamins for bodybuilding energy

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Posted 29 July 2006 - 12:01 AM

B-vitamins assist the functioning of the nervous and cardiovascular systems of the bodybuilding athlete. It also helps with energy production. Fortunately you can get a variety from foods high in b vitamins

Vitamin B: A Complex Mix by Dana Bradley


Vitamin B is more often referred to today as the B vitamins to
better relate that it is actually a group of 8 different
vitamins, with varying functions and sources. B vitamins, like
vitamin C, are water soluble, which means that extra levels of
B vitamins are excreted by the body, though small amounts are
stored in the liver and toxicity, while rare, is possible.

Most people will recognize many of the B vitamins by name. They
include thiamine, riboflavin, and niacin (B1, 2, and 3,
respectively), as well as folic acid (B9). The other four B
vitamins are less commonly referred to and are: pyridoxine
(B6), cyanocobalamin (B12), pantothenic acid, and biotin.

The B vitamins serve many functions in the body, including the
breakdown of different kinds of foods into energy, maintenance
and protection of the nervous system, production of blood
cells, and maintenance of healthy skin.

Deficiencies of most B vitamins are rare, because they are
found in many different food sources. While sources abound
though, deficiencies can exist if someone has a condition that
affects their ability to absorb or use B vitamins. Whole grain
breads and cereals contain thiamine, riboflavin, pyridoxine,
pantothenic acid and folic acid. Milk contains riboflavin,
niacin, and vitamin B12 (cyanocobalamin). Foods with lots of
protein like eggs and meats contain B vitamins, especially red
and organ meats.

Alcoholics, along with being susceptible to many other health
problems, can be vulnerable to thiamine deficiency, also known
as beriberi. Alcohol prevents the body from properly absorbing
thiamine and many alcoholics also do not eat otherwise healthy
diets, so they are doubly prone to lacking this and other
vitamins.

Riboflavin is very active in the maintenance of skin and other
tissues, so deficiency of this vitamin can cause skin lesions
and dermatitis. There has been a lot in the news in the past
couple of years about the importance of folic acid for women of
child bearing age. Women who have adequate levels of folic acid
when they get pregnant are less likely to have babies with
neural tube defects. The folic acid must be present before
pregnancy because these types of birth defects occur in the
first weeks of pregnancy, and oftentimes women will not even
know they are pregnant yet.


B 12 Vitamins


You may have heard of people getting B12 shots because of a
deficiency of this vitamin called pernicious anemia. This
occurs particularly in people over 60, because as we age, our
stomachs have less ability to produce the substance intrinsic
factor, which must combine with B12 taken through food or oral
supplements in order to be absorbed by the body.


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