Water-soluble vitamins

B-complex vitamins include thiamin, riboflavin, niacin, pantothenic acid, pyridoxine, biotin, folate, and cobalamin.

Thiamin converts carbs into energy, supports nerve function.

Riboflavin is essential for energy, growth, development.

Niacin plays a crucial role in energy metabolism, skin health.

Pantothenic acid is involved in energy, hormone synthesis.

Pyridoxine supports brain development, blood cell production.

Biotin is essential for metabolism, hair, skin, nail health.

Folate is important for cell growth, DNA synthesis, blood cells.

Cobalamin is necessary for nerve function, DNA, blood cells.

Vitamin C is a powerful antioxidant, supports immunity, collagen synthesis.

Each vitamin has specific food sources.

Learn functions, sources, allowances, benefits.

Incorporate water-soluble vitamins into daily diet.

Unlock the benefits for your overall health and well-being!

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