Best Food Sources Of Vitamin Bs
There are eight separate vitamins in the B family that are normally referred to as B-complex. Each B vitamin is unique and yet they all have closely related functions needed for a healthy body. They are found in a variety of common foods – here is a short video from the DrWeil.com editorial team outlining best food sources of vitamin Bs.
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Best Food Sources Of Vitamin Bs Video Transcript
Looking for food with B vitamins? This list covers all the B vitamins, and good food sources of each.
Add whole grain foods, nuts, legumes and seeds to your diet to get more vitamin B1.
Good food sources of vitamin B2 include dairy products, fish and dark, leafy greens.
Sweet potatoes, carrots and eggs are good food sources of vitamin B3.
Add whole grain cereals, legumes, avocados, and yogurt to your diet to get more vitamin B5.
Get more vitamin B6 into your diet by eating bananas, brewer’s yeast, legumes and eggs.
Good food sources of vitamin B7 include nuts, broccoli, cauliflower, spinach, mushrooms and fish.
Green vegetables, beans, legumes and lemons will deliver more vitamin B9 to your diet.
Enhance your intake of vitamin B12 foods by including eggs, dairy products, poultry and fish.