B Vitamins: Meat, Eggs, and Dairy from Natural Energy Boosters Slideshow

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B Vitamins: Meat, Eggs, and Dairy

Some B vitamins are necessary to convert glucose into energy inside the cells. If levels of these vitamins are low, your body won’t be able to convert food into energy fast enough to keep up with your needs and will cause you to feel tired. In order to make sure you’re getting in enough B vitamins to keep the energy flowing, eat a wide variety of whole grains, lean meats, low-fat dairy, and beans.

Though the best sources of B vitamins are meat, eggs, and dairy, B vitamins are also found in whole grains, potatoes, bananas, lentils, chile peppers, tempeh, and beans.