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? Formation of red blood cells
? Maintenance of the central nervous system
? Support of healthy heart functions
? Combating chronic fatigue
? Formation of DNA
? Regulating metabolic pathways
Additionally, Vitamin B-12 has the following benefits:
? Helps convert food into energy
? Essential for red blood cell formation
Folic Acid with B12 Benefits Brain Function
A study published in the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition states that long-term supplementation of folic acid and vitamin B12 may promote improvements in brain functioning in older people.
The research is the latest study to find a potential link between supplementation of the vitamins and potential benefits to brain functions with the researchers reporting that a daily oral dose of folic acid and vitamin B12 promotes improvement in cognitive functioning after 24 months, particularly in immediate and delayed memory performance.
Long-term deficiencies in vitamins such as B12, folate, and niacin, are known to lead to more rapid brain degeneration, leading to the suspicion that such vitamins play a role in the development of dementia.
If you have been eating your running buddys dust, you may not be getting enough B vitamins, says the International Journal of Sports Nutrition and Exercise Metabolism. Oregon State University scientists found that athletes deficient in key B vitamins B6, B12, folate, riboflavin and thiamine felt more pain sooner, were unable to work out as hard or as long, and took longer to repair tissue and build muscle. When you lack Bs, your lactic acid levels rise faster, explains review co-author Melinda Manore, Ph.D.