B Vitamins

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B Vitamins, B3, B6, B12, & Folic Acid(B9):

  • Many Parts of The Brain & Nervous System Require B Vitamins To Function

  • A Medical Study Conducted By U.S. Center For Disease Control Found That Lower Consumption of B Vitamins Were More Likely To Develop Alzheimer's

B Vitamins & The Brain:

B Vitamins are a group of several vitamins; each vitamin is responsible for different functions in the human body. The Vitamins B3, B6, B9, & B12 play an especially important role in the human brain and nervous system.

Vitamin B12 is needed to create and maintain nerve cells, Vitamins B3 & B9 are used to create and repair of DNA, and Vitamin B6 is needed to create the chemicals nerves use to communicate with each other.

The Evidence, Research & Studies:

Researchers at the University of Oxford conducted a study that found that dementia patients who took a B Vitamin supplement had significantly less brain damage than those that did not.

[Source 1]

Researchers at the United States Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) found that individuals whom had a lower intake of Vitamin B3 were more likely to develop Alzheimer’s. The study also concluded that higher levels of Vitamin B3 slowed the progression of Alzheimer’s.

[Source 2]

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