Vitamin B9 (folate/folic acid) is most widely known for its essential role in the normal growth and development of nerve tissue within a fetus. For

We all know good old vitamin C as our immune system’s best friend, especially when those pesky cold symptoms start to pop up. It helps

Alike the other B vitamins, vitamin B12 (or cobalamin) plays an essential role in the production of energy. It is also important for proper red blood

Biotin is often referred to as the hair, skin and nails vitamin, as it can do wonders for helping to keep these prized physical aspects

There are three forms of vitamin B6: pyridoxine, pyridoxamine, and pyridoxal. All three perform similar actions in the body and a large part of their role is the

Vitamin B5 is critical for energy (ATP) production as well as glucose and fatty acid metabolism. Pantothenic acid also seems to have an affinity for the adrenal

Niacin is important for energy (ATP) production. Are you starting to see why people who are low in a number of B vitamins may be extremely fatigued?

Riboflavin is yet again another B vitamin that plays an important role in energy metabolism and the conversion of food into fuel. It also protects

Vitamin B1, or Thiamine, plays an essential role in the body’s ability to convert food into energy. It is vital for the production of adenosine

The eight water-soluble B vitamins are collectively referred to as the B-complex. Most of the B vitamins function similarly and play a large role in

There are eight water-soluble B vitamins (collectively referred to as the B-complex vitamins) and vitamin C. This family of nutrients is called water-soluble because they