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Natural sources of vitamin

Updated on October 19, 2009

Natural sources of vitamin

Natural sources of vitamin

Natural sources of vitamin

An idea on natural sources of vitamin

We all know that vitamins are vital for our body. In order to avoid any type of deficiency try to make a healthy food menu and incorporate all healthy food choices full of vitamins and other nutrients in to it. There are number of people who do not have enough natural vitamin sources in their diet this may lead to deficiency of one or more vitamins. In order to fight with vitamin deficiencies it is good to buy vitamin supplements to help overcome any deficiencies but at the same time it will be better to fulfill your body’s vitamin need from natural sources therefore, try to eat healthy and well balanced diet for you good.

You can also use vitamin supplements if you are a vegetarian because vegetarian diet may lack in vitamins. This does not means that vegetarian diet really lack in vitamins, if you choose best natural diet carefully. There are certain diets that provide a limited number of natural vitamins hence, it is essential to use other supplements.

We all know that water soluble vitamins cannot be stored in the body therefore, we need a fresh supply of these vitamins every day from natural sources of vitamin to avoid depletion.

Natural sources of vitamin B1 are:

- Whole grains.

- Brewer’s yeast.

- Brown rice.

- Egg yolk.

- Organ meat.

- Blackstrap molasses.

Natural sources of vitamin B2 are:

- Nuts.

- Whole grains.

- Legumes.

- Organ meats.

- Brewer’s yeast.

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Natural sources of vitamin B3 are:

- Poultry.

- Fish.

- Peanuts.

- Milk.

- Rice bran.

- Lean meat.

- Potatoes.

Natural sources of vitamin B4 are:

- Egg yolks.

- Soya beans.

- Organ meats.

- Fish.

- Legumes.

Natural sources of vitamin B5 are:

- Whole grains.

- Egg yolks.

- Salmon.

- Organ meats.

- Brewer’s yeast.

Natural sources of vitamin B6 are:

- Meats.

- Whole grains.

- Wheat germ.

- Blackstrap molasses.

Natural sources of vitamin B7 are

- Egg yolks

- Unpolished rice.

- Liver.

- Brewer’s yeast.

- Sardines.

- Legumes.

Natural sources of vitamin B8 are:

- Citrus fruits.

- Who1e grains.

- Meat.

- Nuts.

- Milk.

- Vegetables.

- Molasses.

- Brewer’s yeast.

Natural sources of vitamin B9 are:

- Dark green leafy vegetables.

- Salmon.

- Milk.

- Organ meats.

- Oysters.

- Root vegetables.

Natural sources of vitamin B12 are:

- Lamb.

- Organ meats.

- Pork.

- Fish, pork.

- Cheese.

- Bananas.

- Kelp.

- Eggs.

- Peanuts.

Natural sources of vitamin B13 are;

- Root vegetables.

- Liquid whey.

Natural sources of vitamin B15 are:

- Brewer’s yeast.

- Brown rice.

- Rare steaks.

- Pumpkin.

- Sunflower.

- Sesame seeds.

Natural sources of vitamin B17 are:

- Apples.

- Whole kernels of apricots

- Peaches.

- Plums.

- Cherries.

Natural sources of vitamin C are:

- Citrus fruits.

- Cabbage family.

- Berries.

- Melons.

- Rose hips.

- Asparagus.

- Chilli peppers.

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