The B vitamins are very important in health and wellbeing. They are also important for women with PCOS.
The B Vitamins are critical in energy production, hormones, metabolism, the immune system… So, what gives you an idea that you might be deficient in this critical bunch of vitamins?
Signs & Symptoms of B Vitamin deficiency include:
Carpal Tunnel Syndrome
Fatigue and lethargy
What can you do to boost your Vitamin B levels?
Vitamin B1 (Thiamine):
sunflower seeds, sesame seeds (tahini), oatmeal, pork, cashews, peanuts, mustard powder.
Vitamin B2 (Riboflavin):
organic liver (beef, chicken, lamb, veal), organic kidney (beef, lamb, veal), almonds, egg yolk, chilli, mussels, oysters, anchovies, brocolli (raw), parsley.
Vitamin B3 (Niacin):
rice bran, rice flour, red meats, organic kidney (beef, lamb, veal, pork), organic liver (veal, lamb, beef, chicken, emu, chicken, salmon, sardines, anchovy, tuna, white fish, chilli, passionfruit, sesame, sunflower seeds.
Vitamin B5 (Pantothenic acid):
organic liver (lamb, chicken), rice bran, egg yolk, mutton, pork, cashews, coconut (dried), crab, salmon, mushrooms (stir fried).
Vitamin B6 (Pyridoxine):
kangaroo, chicken, turkey (lean), mutton, veal, salmon, silverbeet, eggplant (aubergine), sunflower seeds, pistachio nuts.
Vitamin B12 (Cyanocobalamin):
organic liver (chicken), sardines, mussels, oysters, rabbit, eggs (duck & chicken), scallops, mullet, snapper, beef, veal, lamb, turkey.
A Vitamin B complex can also be a god send.
You’ll find some more information about B vitamins below.
So, ensure you include some great foods like nuts and eggs and you’ll be helping to heal your PCOS!
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