|Carbohydrates are eventually
oxidized into carbon dioxide and water. Vitamin
B1(Thiamine) participates in energy-releasing by helping to release carbon dioxide.
The greater your caloric intake, the more thiamine you need.
A severe deficiency of thiamine causes beriberi, which
is characterized by mental confusion, muscle weakness, heart problems, and leg cramps.
A deficiency of riboflavin causes specific skin
problems (seborrheic dermatitis of the face), cracks at the corners of the mouth,
and sensitivity of the eyes to light.
A severe deficiency of niacin causes pellagra, which
is characterized by skin lesions, diarrhea, and mental problems.
A deficiency of vitamin B6 causes irritability,
convulsions, muscular twitching, skin problems, cracks at the corners of the mouth, kidney
stones, dizziness, nausea, anemia.
Vitamin B2 (Riboflavin) is important in breaking down and
releasing energy from fatty acids, amino acids, and carbohydrates.
The greater your protein intake, the more riboflavin you
Vitamin B3 (Niacin) is important in energy production.
The greater your caloric
intake, the more niacin you need.
Vitamin B6 is important in breaking down amino
acids, in forming one amino acid from another, in the production of hemoglobin and
myoglobin, and in breaking down glycogen into glucose. The greater your protein intake, the more vitamin B6 you
Vitamin B12 is important in proper formation of red blood
cells and proper functioning of the nervous system.
A deficiency of vitamin B12 causes a type of anemia
called pernicious anemia, which is characterized by fatigue, pale skin, and numbness and
tingling that may progress to arm and leg weakness.
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