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Friday, February 21, 2014

What is role of vitamin B9 in organisms;

What is the deficiency problem of vitamin B9?

What is the benefit of vitamin B9?

Vitamin B9 or folic acid is a necessary and essential acid for cell division and the synthesis of DNA and RNA, the molecules that present in all nucleuses’ cells, which determine the genetic of each individual. 
1.    Vitamin B9 is involved with Vitamin B12 in the protection of the nervous system, especially during its development in the fetus and exerts an action on brain functioning. 
2.    Vitamin B9 is essential and very important in the formation of red blood cells and helps reduce cardiovascular risk factors. 
3.    But the activity of vitamin B9 is always related to the presence of vitamin B12.

Food sources of folic acid or B9:

1.    Best sources of vitamin B9 are vegetables, such as spinach, watercress or broccoli and also liver, yeast, fruits and eggs. 
2.    Deficiency of folic acid, often denoted in power is attributed to the ease of destroying this vitamin by heat and light.
3.    Fortunately it is well protected in fruits and vegetables, thanks to the acidic environment and the presence of vitamin C.

Deficiency of vitamin B9:

1.    The first symptoms noticed in the deficiencies of folic acid are fatigue, apathy, irritability, loss of appetite.
2.    The second types of symptoms are that the deficiency is developing to anemia that is to lowering of hemoglobin and presence of large red blood cells. 
3.    The risk of myocardial infarction is increased if vitamin B9 is thus insufficient.

Useful complement of B9:

1.    Making a supplement of folic acid may be helpful, particularly, during pregnancy and lactation, but without forgetting medical advice. 
2.    While consuming poor foods and not fresh food or the food being lacking calorie. 
3.    In the case of oral contraceptives, hormone replacement therapy or long-term antiepileptic treatment.  

Excess intake of B9:

1.    Excessive folic acid does not pose a problem, since this acid is not toxic. 
2.    But in practice, in the case of taking supplements, it must prefer those having balanced and moderate amounts of various vitamins of group B.

Good combinations of B vitamins:

 The action of vitamin B9 is reinforced by the presence of other B vitamins, especially vitamin B12 and vitamin B6.
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