B Vitamins Articles:

Too Much Coffee Depletes B Vitamins

A new study shows that 4 or more cups of coffee per day have a significantly adverse affect on B vitamin status. The researchers found that folic acid levels were lowered by 11.7%, B6 by 14.1%, and B2 by 5.5%. At the same time the arterial plaque forming homocysteine was elevated by 6.8%.

Read More:  B Vitamins, coffee, homocysteine

Nutrients Lacking in Peripheral Arterial Disease

A new study clearly shows that a lack of key vitamins sets the stage for Peripheral Arterial Disease (PAD).

Read More:  antioxidants, B Vitamins, DHA, Fiber, PAD, Peripheral Arterial Disease

Brain Anti-Aging with Nutrition

A newly published review of the state of the science regarding brain health shows that nutrients match or exceed pharmacological drug benefits in double-blind, randomized, controlled trials, with superior safety.

Read More:  Alzheimer's, antioxidants, B Vitamins, dementia

B Vitamins Reduce Obesity Proneness

A novel animal study has shown that nutrition can influence the ways genes are expressed during pregnancy, so that the newborn is less likely to become obese. This study has far reaching implications for public health because right now many overweight mothers are predisposing their children to be overweight through improper gene programming.

Read More:  B Vitamins, methylation, obesity, Super B Complex

Energizing B Vitamins Help Stop Plaque Formation

A new study shows that healthy people can take higher levels of B vitamins to prevent the initial formation of plaque in their arteries.

Read More:  B Vitamins, Daily Energy Multiple Vitamin™, homocysteine, plaque, Super B Complex

B Vitamins Reduce Risk of Macular Degeneration

A new study tracking over 5000 women with heart disease found that taking folic acid, B12, and B6 to lower homocysteine significantly reduced the risk of these women developing age-related macular degeneration (AMD). AMD is the leading cause of vision loss in older Americans.

Read More:  AMD, B Vitamins, Daily Energy Multiple Vitamin™, Daily Protector™, homocysteine, Lutein, macular degeneration, Super B Complex

Stress May Shrink Your Brain

Following up on human studies relating to post traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), a new animal study lends proof to the theory that too much stress actually shrinks nerve cells and disconnects them, a cellular finding that goes along with the feeling of learned helplessness (depression).

Read More:  B Vitamins, brain damage, Daily Energy Multiple Vitamin™, loss of nerve connections, PTSD, Stress Helper®, Super B Complex

A Lack of B-vitamins May Lead to Memory Decline

We have known for decades that the B vitamins, especially B12, folic acid, and B6, are absolutely essential for normal nerve transmission and combating stress. A new study shows that a lack of B vitamins causes an imbalanced malfunction of a key regulatory enzyme that induces your brain to make excessive amounts of plaque brain tangles – the hallmark of cognitive decline and Alzheimer’s.

Read More:  Alzheimer's, B Vitamins, Daily Energy Multiple Vitamin™, memory, Super B Complex

Chronic Cough Can be Caused by a Lack of Vitamin B12

Chronic cough can be a nagging problem, often setting in following a respiratory bug and lingering for some time. A new study shows that a lack of vitamin B12 can be the cause of this ongoing problem.

Read More:  B Vitamins, chronic cough

Maternal Omega 3 & B Vitamins Reduce Breast Cancer Risk in Female Offspring

Researchers are now convinced that gene settings that occur in response to the nutritional status of a pregnant mother have a significant impact on her daughter’s risk for future breast cancer.

Read More:  B Vitamins, breast cancer risk, DHA, omega 3 fatty acids, Pregnancy

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