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what does vitamin b do

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vitamin b
asked Apr 6, 2014 in Nutrition by anonymous
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There are different forms of vitamin b which includes vitamin B1,B2,B3, B5, B6,B7,B9 and B12 and each is involved in chemical processes that occur within a living organism in order to maintain life. Vitamin B1 generates RNA and DNA, vitamin B2 generates energy for TCA cycle, vitamin B3 generates energy by chemical processes of glucose,fat and alcohol, vitamin B5 takes part in addition of oxygen of fatty acids and carbohydrates, vitamin B6 also takes part in the generation of energy from amino acids and lipids, vitamin B7 and B12 also takes part in the generation of energy from lipids, protein and carbohydrates, and vitamin B9 takes part in generation of red blood cells.
answered Apr 6, 2014 by answerman Inquisitive Expert (58,420 points)

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