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Vitamins for good digestive he...

published time:2012-11-12 Tahoma :HT-home

  
By Karen Appold
  October 25, 2012 – Most vitamins benefit your digestive tract because they are absorbed through digestion. Some vitamins, including multiple B vitamins, as well as vitamin C and D, are particularly good for your gut.
  Most vitamins are found in a well-balanced diet, including whole grains, vegetables, fruits, beans, eggs, dairy products, seafood and leafy green vegetables. If you are not consuming enough vitamins in your diet, however, you may want to take vitamin supplements.
B vitamins help to take energy from the food you eat to your cells. In particular, they help with digestion and metabolizing nutrients. Each vitamin has a different function. If you are deficient in a B vitamin, you might get digestive problems. Because B vitamins are water soluable (you can't store them up in your body), they need to be a regular part of your diet.
  Vitamins that aid in digestion include:
  Vitamin B1. Also called thiamine, vitamin B1 converts carbohydrates, or sugars, into energy for your body's cells. This is necessary for proper digestion in your stomach. B1 also helps to regulate a normal appetite and keeps muscle cells in your intestine and stomach healthy.
  Vitamin B2. Vitamin B2, also known as riboflavin, plays a role in the metabolism of carbohydrates, fats and proteins. It also assists in breaking down carbohydrates into sugars and breaking down fatty acids. Vitamin B2 also works to rid the