Hematologist Dr. Lecturer Member Aliihsan Gemici gave information about the symptoms of B vitamin deficiency, which has an important role in brain, nerve, heart, stomach, intestine and muscle functions, and the diseases that may occur in its insufficiency.
Gemici emphasized that vitamin B has an important role in brain, nerve, heart, stomach, intestine and muscle functions.
Listing the symptoms seen in the body in B vitamin deficiency, Gemici said, “Skin rashes, wounds and cracks around the mouth, scaling on the lips, weakness, weakness, irritability, abdominal cramps and intestinal problems such as nausea, diarrhea or constipation, numbness and tingling in hands and feet, stress B indicates a vitamin deficiency. ” said.
Drawing attention to the diseases seen in B vitamin deficiency, Gemici said, “Congenital abnormalities, neurological disorders, mental health disorders (dementia, depression), anemia, hypertension, insomnia, heart disease, inflammatory conditions and skin diseases can occur in vitamin B deficiency.” used the expression.
Regarding which foods contain B vitamins, Gemici gave the following information:
“Vitamin B12 is mostly found in meat and dairy products, ie animal sources. Vitamins B7 and B9 are obtained from fruits and vegetables. Liver, chicken and red meat are natural sources of B vitamins. Almost all types of B vitamins are included in red meat and chicken varieties. Soy products such as soy milk, fish varieties such as tuna and mackerel, and bean varieties such as kidney beans and chickpeas are also rich in B vitamins.
Gemici stated that non-B12 B vitamins are water-soluble and not stored in the body, “Vitamins are organic compounds necessary for the body to regenerate and heal itself, to grow, develop and produce energy. The body takes the B vitamins as much as it needs from the food and the excess is removed from the body. Inclusion of nutrients in the diet is very important for health. ” said.