Vitamins

 

Vitamins belong to a group of nutrients called micronutrients which help liberate the energy from the carbohydrates, proteins and fat. One of the most common health complaints revolves around having too little energy. This results to a feeling of tiredness, fatigue, drained and lethargic. Low energy levels is an indication of cellular imbalance that makes the cells to struggle, suffer damage and die leaving the body weak.

The following are the various types of vitamins that help boost your energy levels in the body

Vitamin B1

rtfccgvhbnThis vitamin is also known as Thiamine. It is responsible for the metabolism of the carbohydrates, fats and alcohol that we consume in our bodies. It is essential for energy production. The body cells require Vitamin B1 to store energy that is utilized during some activities like exercises.

Vitamin B2

This vitamin is also called Riboflavin. It is important for mitochondria of the body cells. That is assisting in the metabolism of carbohydrates, and proteins which are the sources of energy in our bodies.

Vitamin B3

Also referred to as Niacin. It works together with other B vitamins to increase the body’s efficiency when producing energy. It helps treat cholesterol.

Vitamin B5

This vitamin is also called Pantothetic acid. It helps strengthen the body’s immune system. It combats illness and gives a healthy immune system.

Vitamin B6

This vitamin helps reduce and regulate the anxiety and depression levels in the body. By doing this the energy is restored to the body.

Vitamin B12

erxcdfcgvThis vitamin is also called Cobalamin. It is required by every cell in the body. It is responsible for the entire cellular energy creation that is the Kreb’s cycle. It helps convert the food eaten into glucose which is a great source of energy. The source of this vitamin is from the diet like red meat, fish, eggs, dairy products and fortified cereals. B12 boosts energy levels, concentration and moods.

Vitamin B9

This is the Folic acid. This B Vitamin is responsible for protecting arteries and formation of red blood cells. Red blood cells carry oxygen to the rest of the body parts. The folic acid is also essential in a pregnant woman’s diet to help prevent birth defects.

Vitamin C.

rfgvxchbThis vitamin is well known for boosting the immune system and functions. It also aids in the synthesis of Carnitite which is a molecule that transports the fatty acids into the mitochondria. The fats are hence converted into energy in the body.

Vitamin D

This vitamin is vital for making the muscles and bones work. It is also, responsible for boosting energy.