Friday, November 18, 2016

Benefit of vitamin B in delaying aging Process
The B vitamins are eight water-soluble vitamins and plays an important role in cell metabolism. Historically, vitamin once thought to have only one type, namely vitamin B (such as the knowledge of vitamin C or vitamin D). Further research showed that the chemical composition of these vitamins in it differentiating one another and be seen in such as in some foods. Supplements containing all eight of this type is referred to as vitamin B complex. Each type of vitamin B supplements had each other's names (example: B1, B2, B3).

Vitamin B In Human Aging Process

Vitamin B is perhaps the only one of the most important nutrients that affect the aging process, according to Dr. Robert Russell of Tufts University, Dr. John Linderboun of Columbia Presbyterian Medical Center, said that vitamin B12 deficiency causes a very slow progress, often affect the entire brain and nervous system and not the other part.
Folic acid is found in green vegetables and leguminous cover crops also called dolasin, was instrumental in delaying the aging process, prevent deterioration of mental function and stop cancer, which is more important can save damage the arteries that lead to heart attacks and strokes.
Vitamin B aforementioned especially folic acid, stimulates enzymes to metabolize homocysteine ​​prevents clogging of the arteries. According to research Tufts University (1995) in 1041 men and women aged 67-96 years, who have higher homocysteine ​​levels have an increased risk of carotid artery narrowing, 2x higher than the low. Among the three vitamin B, folic acid has the highest impact, followed B6 and B12.

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