Brewer Sources

Control of the weight, or related functions such as appetite, hunger, the radius of the metabolism, and metabolize fats and sugars, as burning calories and more, operate with more optimal efficiency with an intake of vitamins. All play their role to maintain a weight and optimal health, and many operate together so it is not accurate to say that certain vitamins are better for weight loss. All are! That said, certain vitamins are worth one special mention some of the vitamins and minerals that influence weight loss are vitamin B2, B3, vitamin B5, B6 and vitamin C vitamin B2 (riboflavin) vitamin B2 is required for normal functions of the thyroid and metabolism. Good sources of vitamin B2 include milk, liver and kidneys, eggs, almonds, wheat germ, leafy green vegetables. Vitamin B3 (niacin) as vitamin B2, vitamin B3 is also essential for normal thyroid hormone production.

It is also part of a regulator of glucose that is released each time that the blood sugar rises. Good sources of vitamin B3 are bran wheat, liver, tuna, Turkey, chicken, beef, eggs, mackerel, salmon, oats, barley, cheese, nuts, brown rice. Vitamin B5 (Pantothenic acid) any vitamin B5 deficiency interferes with our ability to utilize fats. Vitamin B5 also plays an important role in the production of energy and assists the adrenal functions. Good sources of vitamin B5 are liver and kidney, meat, poultry, dried fruits, wheat bran, wheat germ, eggs, honey, oats, barley, beans, bread, green vegetables. Vitamin B6 (pyridoxine) vitamin B6 regulates the production of hormones of the thyroid and metabolism.Good sources of vitamin B6 include Brewer’s yeast, wheat bran, germ of wheat, oatmeal, sardines, mackerel, poultry, meat, beef, avocado, bananas, rice, cabbage, dried fruit, honey, eggs. Hill member of the B complex, is needed for an efficient metabolism of fats.

Choline deficiency leads to the fats are caught in the liver. Good sources of choline include: lecithin, liver beef, heart of beef, egg yolk, cauliflower wheat germ, cucumber, peanuts. Inositol as the Hill, is a member of the B complex and is created within the body. This is combined with the Hill in the metabolization of fats. Good sources of inositol include beef liver, germ of wheat, soy, eggs, citrus fruits, whole grains, dried fruits. Vitamin C vitamin C provides a range of health benefits including the conversion proper glucose into energy within cells. Good sources of vitamin C include broccoli, green peppers, kiwis, cabbages of Brussels, lemons, oranges, strawberries, col. If you want to know more about healthy eating and a balanced diet I recommend that you read your Ideal body. There is a healthy and safe way to use the science of nutrition to your favor and begin to see the changes that you want in your body on a permanent basis with your Ideal body.