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There are 18 different B Vitamins. Being deficient in these Important vitamins can have a major influence on your health. In this episode, you'll learn:

--The difference between water soluble vitamins and fat soluble vitamins. And why you need a steady supply of water soluble vitamins like Vitamin B.

--How a deficiency of Vitamin B-1 (also known as Thiamine) plays a role in Anemia and a deficiency in Hydrochloric Acid, which increases your chances for allergies and acid reflux.

--Why Thiamine can help boost a child's growth, improve function of those with Autism, and increase memory and learning ability.

--The beriberi disease that is actually a Vitamin B-1 deficiency and has symptoms of thinning hair, gastric problems, swelling in legs, and fatigue.

--Why vitamin deficiencies are more common for growing children, pregnant women, and the elderly. And why Dr. Prather says many of the symptoms associated with aging are actually vitamin deficiencies, not just a matter of aging.

--How Vitamin B-2 (also known as Riboflavin) is the second-most common deficiency of all Vitamins. And how Riboflavin deficiency can result in low energy and impact how your body processes other vitamins and minerals.

--The connection between migraines and Riboflavin deficiency, particularly for women on birth control. And why cracks at the corner of your mouth, inflamed tongue, or reddening of the eyes are almost always signs of a Vitamin B2 deficiency.

--Why Dr. Prather is not a fan of Multivitamins.

--The Vitamin B-3 (also known as Niacin) role in energy formation, cognitive function, mood and memory, along with muscle strength. And the Pellagra disease that is actually a Niacin deficiency which shows symptoms of dermatitis, diarrhea, depression, schizophrenia, weakness, fatigue, anorexia, nausea, canker sores, and halitosis.

--The reason why Dr. Prather says beer can be good for you "if it's made right".



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