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C Segment on the B Vitamins
I am delighted to be making three minute health “segments” to be shown on www.RevelationTV.com in addition to my weekly Get Well programs. The regular programs are shown 24/7 on line, on Catch Up TV, and on satellite TV on Mondays, Tuesdays and Saturdays.
This is a Segment I made on Vitamin B!
Hi, I’m Felicity, let’s have a Get Well Stay Well moment on Vitamin B.
The B Vitamins are really essential for our health, particularly our nervous system. So taking a multi B vitamin is a good idea. You can take your B vitamins with water or your plant derived heavens minerals, as they are water soluble.
Let’s take a quick look at what healthy, MAINLY vegetarian foods contain Vitamin B, and what Vitamin B does for us!
B1 is called Thiamine, and is found in asparagus, macadamia nuts, marmite, peas, squash, sunflower seeds, trout and whole grain rice. Vitamin B1 is good for our nerves and cardiovascular system.
B2 is called Riboflavin and found in almonds, eggs, liver, lamb, mushrooms, spinach, sundried tomatoes and wild salmon. We need to have B2 daily as it cannot be stored in the body. It is an anti ageing vitamin, making collagen. B2 also helps prevent migraine headaches.
B3 is Niacinamide, inositol and nicotinic acid. It’s found in avocado, mushrooms, peas, sunflower seeds. It lowers bad cholesterol and is nature’s anti-depressant.
B4 is Adenine. It’s found in apples, honey, leafy green vegetables, oranges and strawberries. It produces ATP adeno tri phosphates in our mitochondria, giving energy to all our trillions of cells.
B5 is pantothenic acid. It’s found in avocado, broccoli, cauliflower, corn, lentils, kale, sweet potatoes and sunflower seeds. B5 helps allergies, anxiety, asthma, hair loss, heart and respiratory disorders and stress.
B6 is pyridoxine, found in banana, potatoes, spinach and sunflower seeds. It helps anaemia, attention deficit disorder, and pre menstrual tension.
B7 is biotin, found in almonds, eggs, legumes and nuts. It’s good for blood sugar levels, the heart, candidiasis, the skin, weight loss, and Parkinson’s disease. People find it great for luxuriant hair growth!
B9 is folate, and available in asparagus, avocados, beans, broccoli, Brussels sprouts, citrus fruits, lentils and peas. It helps prevent anaemia, Alzheimer’s, cancer, fetal abnormalities, and depression.
Vitamin B12 can be in different forms, such as Hydroxy cobalamine, methyl co balamine, cyano cobalamine, and adeno-syl cobalamin. B12 is found in eggs, crab, liver, shellfish, wild salmon. B12 is often given by injection to the elderly and fragile, as it helps restore the immune system. It builds the brain, the nervous system and the blood.
B17 is laetrile, aka hydrocyanic acid, or Amygdaline, found most intensively in apricot, apple, and grape seeds. Also blackberries, cherries, cranberries, strawberries and raspberries. It’s also in the seeds of nectarines, peaches. pears, plums and prunes, cashews and madadamia’s. B17 is nature’s anti-cancer vitamin, banned in countries controlled by Big Pharma, but freely available growing wild.
This is quite a lot to remember, but you can find it all on my website, www.felicitycorbinwheeler.org! Take your B vitamins to Get Well and STAY Well!
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