Why You Need Vitamin B (ft. Coach Carolyn)

  March 28, 2016


Vitamin B РAre you getting enough?  Vitamin B plays an important role in exercise. It contributes to the production of energy that is necessary to make your muscles work.

B vitamin examples:
– B1 , also known as Thiamin, is needed to produce cellular energy from foods you eat.


– B2, also known as Riboflavin is a basic building block for normal growth and development.


– B3, also known as Niacin, supports over 200 chemical reactions in the body including cellular energy production and fatty acid synthesis.


– B5, also known as Pantothenic Acid, helps support fatty acid synthesis and cellular energy production in the body.

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