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5. Vitamin B1 – Thiamin

Pork, oatmeal, eggs, yeast, brown rice, flax, cauliflower, kale and asparagus will help your vitamin B1 levels.
 

6. Vitamin B2 – Riboflavin

For vitamin B2 try cheese, milk, mushrooms, almonds, leafy vegetables, and legumes.
 

7. Vitamin B3 – Niacin

Besides whole grains try fish, meat, eggs, vegetables, and fruit for vitamin B3.
 

8. Vitamin B5 – Pantothenic Acid

You’ll find higher doses of vitamin B5 in avocados, broccoli, and whole grains.
 

9. Vitamin B6 – Pyridoxine, pyridoxamine, pyridoxal

Eggs, milk, beef, avocados, and bananas are just a few foods to increase your vitamin B6.
 

10. Vitamin B7 – Biotin

Look for this vitamin in leafy greens, peanuts, and egg yolks.
 

11. Vitamin B9 – Folate or Folic Acid

Add beef, eggs nuts, seeds, and legumes to raise your vitamin B9 levels.
 
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12. Vitamin B12 – Cyanocobalamin or methylcobalamin

The best ways to increase your B12 levels naturally is to start (or carry on) adding seafood, milk, and meat to your regular diet.
 References:
www.ods.od.nih.gov
www.medlineplus.gov

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