This One Vitamin is Vital for Your Health and Mental Well-Being

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Decide today that you are going to take care of your body and give it all the nutrients it deserves. Clean out those cupboards, freezer, refrigerator, and pantry and get rid of all processed foods. Buy whole, natural, organic foods. All meats should be grass fed and organic, with no added antibiotics or growth hormones. The same goes for your dairy products. Buy food that is top quality, not from factory raised animals that lived on a diet of garbage and GMOs and were regularly pumped full of growth hormones and antibiotics (find out why you should choose grass fed meat).

Fill your kitchen with organic fruits and veggies. Eat more beans and lentils, both of which are full of healthy B vitamins. Eat only whole grains, no white bread, and no white rice.

So many of us eat only a few foods, our favorite foods of course, and that is the extent of our diet. In today’s world, we have access to an almost unlimited variety of foods from around the world. Don’t be afraid to experiment. Your new favorite food could be the next one you try.

Remember that B vitamins are water soluble, so our bodies do not store them in our fat or in any other manner. (Except for B12) This means we must eat good sources of B vitamins every day if we hope to remain healthy and happy.


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