Most health conscious people are quite clued up about the roles that vitamins play in keeping us healthy. However, just because you eat a lot of vitamin B-rich foods like wholegrain bread, leafy green vegetables, meat, cheese and eggs doesn’t mean you can’t develop a deficiency.
A medical condition or chronic medicine could seriously deplete B vitamins in your body.
The B vitamins comprise a group of eight water-soluble vitamins that are crucial for a wide range of different metabolic processes in the body. The body is unable to store most of them, so make sure you get enough in your diet.