VITAMIN B8 (INOSITOL) HEALTH BENEFITS DEFICIENCY AND RICH FOODS

Posted in VITAMINS HEALTH BENEFITS , DEFICIENCY AND RICH FOODS

BENEFITS OF VITAMIN B8:

·        Effective in weight loss

·        Controls hypertension

·        Helps deal with depression, other psychological disorders

·        Provides relief with PCOS

·        Improves cognitive function

·        Promotes the formation of healthy cells.

·        Promotes healthy immune system.

·        Vitamin B8 is involved in the metabolism of carbohydrates, proteins and fats.

·        Promotes a healthy nervous system.

·        Promotes healthy hair and prevents premature graying of hair and hair fall.

·        Promotes healthy skin and nails.

·        Helps in keeping blood sugar at healthy levels.

·        Helps in DNA and RNA synthesis.

·        Helps in production of red blood cells.

SYMPTOMS OF VITAMIN B8 DEFICIENCY:

·        Weak muscles

·        muscle cramps

·        lack of appetite

·        fatigue

·        body pains

·        pricking sensation in the skin

·        hair loss

·        premature graying of hair

·        eczema

·        scborrhoea

·        anaemia

·        heart diseases

·        lung diseases

·        confusion

·        tingling in hands and feet

·        drowsiness

·        hallucination

·        skin diseases

·        reduced production of RNA and DNA

·        insufficient synthesis of glucose from the food digested

·        decreased functioning of hormones

·        onset of candida albicans

VITAMIN B8 RICH FOODS:

Great northern beans

Cantaloupe

Orange

Stone-ground wheat bread

Green beans

Peanut butter

Hamburger bun

Eggplant

Pear

Tomato juice

Lima beans

Chocolate milk

Oatmeal

Almonds

Spaghetti

Broccoli

Split pea soup

Brown rice

Raisin bran

Strawberries

Popcorn

Whole egg

Tuna

Cheddar cheese

Hamburger

FOOD

SERVING SIZE

VITAMIN B8

RECIPE

Great northern beans

½ Cup

440 mg

Recipe

Cantaloupe

¼ melon

355 mg

Recipe

Orange

1 medium

307 mg

Recipe

Stone-ground wheat bread

1 slice

288 mg

Recipe

Green beans

½ Cup

193 mg

Recipe

Peanut butter

2 Tbsp

122 mg

Recipe

Hamburger bun

½ bun

96 mg

Recipe

Eggplant

½ Cup

84 mg

Recipe

Pear

1 medium

73 mg

Recipe

Tomato juice

½ Cup

58 mg

Recipe

Lima beans

½ Cup

48 mg

Recipe

Chocolate milk

1 Cup

46 mg

Recipe

Oatmeal 

½ Cup

42 mg

Recipe

Almonds

8

42 mg

Recipe

Spaghetti

½ Cup

31 mg

Recipe

Broccoli

½ Cup

30 mg

Recipe

Split pea soup

½ Cup

26 mg

Recipe

Brown rice

½ Cup

23 mg

Recipe

Raisin bran

½ Cup

21 mg

Recipe

Strawberries

¾ Cup

20 mg

Recipe

Popcorn

1Cup

15 mg

Recipe

Whole egg

1

5 mg

Recipe

Tuna

¼ Cup

5 mg

Recipe

Cheddar cheese

1 oz

3 mg

Recipe

Hamburger

1 oz

2 mg

Recipe

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