Structural Biochemistry/Chemistry of important organic molecules in Biochemistry/Vitamin B

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Vitamin B is a group of vitamins that are able to be water dissolved. Usually, people thought vitamin B was one vitamin but in actuality vitamin B is a group of vitamins such as vitamin B12 and vitamin B6. These can be just called vitamin B complexes. Vitamin B is found in unprocessed foods because processed foods have lowered vitamin B. It has something to due with the creation. Vitamin B complexes are essential for overall health. They help promote growth and development throughout the body. Vitamin B complexes play a large roll in structural biochemistry in that it is needed for enzymes and proteins to control the chemical reactions in the body. This helps turn food into energy. Low vitamin B count can lead to increased chance to develop cancer. Vitamin deficiency has always been known to cause disease. Low levels of vitamin B also leads to digestion and growth problems. [1]

  1. Vitamin B complexes, November 14th, 2012.