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Last week, we began a two-part series on Vitamins and talked about Fat Soluble Vitamins. This week, we focus on Water Soluble Vitamins (like Vitamins B and C). In this episode, find out:

--How water soluble vitamins are needed on a daily basis, while fat soluble vitamins are stored by the body.

--Why Dr. Prather "guarantees" that everyone on a pharmaceutical needs additional nutritional supplementation.

--That Vitamin B-1 (Thiamine) can help with Asperger's, Autism, Heart Disease, and digestion. And why those who drink too much will "automatically have a Thiamine deficiency", but Thiamine can actually help alcoholics to stop drinking.

--How 28 million Americans have a Vitamin B-2 (Riboflavin) deficiency, which causes cracks around the corners of your mouth, inflamed tongue, eye redness, vision problems, skin problems, and nerve problems such as neuropathy. And why Riboflavin is "very, very important" for pregnant Moms, Diabetics, and migraine headache patients.

--Why Vitamin B-3 (Niacin) is important for good cholesterol, memory, cognitive function, mood, and red blood cell formation. But Dr. Prather also says "you have to be careful with Niacin" and not take too much of it.

--That "organ meats are better for you than regular meats", being lower in fat and more concentrated in vitamins and minerals.

--That Vitamin B-5 (Pantothenic Acid) is considered the "anti-stress and anti-anxiety" vitamin that is good for depression, hair loss, and acne. And how Dr. Prather has used this supplement to get patients off of their anti-anxiety prescriptions.

--Why Vitamin B-6 (Pyridoxine) is important for ankle swelling, learning disabilities, dandruff, PMS, and cracking of the lips and tongue.

--How Folic Acid is "the most common vitamin deficiency", resulting in birth defects, depression, irritability, weight loss, and anorexia. Plus, how Vitamin B-12 must be balanced in conjunction with Folic Acid for both of them to work correctly in your body.

--That bleeding of the gums is a sign of Vitamin C deficiency, while diarrhea is a sign that you are taking too much Vitamin C. And that Vitamin C can help with easy bruising and bed sores.


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