Vitamin B Complex can work to improve overall skin health and even reduce acne and breakouts. Increasing the amount of Vitamin B complex in your body can improve energy, amino acid metabolism, and facilitate steps required for cell division. Vitamin B complex reduces the possibility of getting pimples and blackheads, because it increases protection against skin bacteria. Vitamin B complex cannot work by itself, though!
You need to help by washing your face properly twice a day, removing all makeup before sleeping, avoiding stress, and keeping chemicals and hair products off of your face.
What is Vitamin B Complex?
Vitamin B Complex is one of the few vitamins that plays an important role in cell metabolism. In general, supplements containing all eight are referred to as a vitamin B complex. Individual B vitamin supplements are referred to by the specific name of each vitamin (e.g., B1, B2, B3 etc.). The B Vitamins are essential in maintaining the health of the skin, hair and nails. They reinforce proper brain cell function, and improve liver health. B vitamins are water-soluble so they are not stored in the body and need to be replenished every day.
Where is Vitamin B Complex found?
It is found in products such as liver, whole-grain cereals, milk, rice, nuts,fruits, fish, eggs, meat, and many other foods. It is also found in separate types of Vitamin B, but that is not Vitamin B complex. Vitamin B Complex is all the vitamin Bs together. Vitamin B complex can be taken as a supplement, also, which is very popular.
What else does Vitamin B Complex help with?
Although Vitamin B Complex is helpful for acne sufferers, it can prevents skin disorders, moodiness, restlessness, irritability, insomnia and fatigue, which is important for maintaining a happy, healthy lifestyle. They reinforce proper brain cell function, and improve liver health. They also strengthen bones and muscles, improve energy production, helps metabolic functions, and relieve PMS.
Non-inflammatory food sources that are great for acne are:
- Pinto Beans
- Black Beans
- Raw nuts (almonds, sunflower seeds, walnuts)
- Yogurt (not the sugary kind)
- Everyone’s favorite: Brussels sprouts!
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