Originally Answered: What food has a great source of vitamin b, but that is a healthy food?
The best way to get "B" vitamins into your body is let your body make the "B" vitamins (all except B-12). The intestinal flora (bacteria that live in your intestines) make "B" vitamins. Eating lots of fermented foods and eliminating ALL FLUORIDE from your diet, ALL CHLORINE, ALL antibiotics, and ALL vaccines will help you generate the approximately 3 pounds of probiotic bacteria in your gut that will produce all the "B" vitamins you need. Eating GRASS FED BEEF from truly grass fed cows is one of the best ways to get vitamin B-12 and also true vitamin A, along with many other very healthy fatty acids, including CLA that fights cancer. Liver from grass fed cows is a wonderful source of "B" vitamins. Some other foods are tuna, turkey, brazil nuts, bananas, potatoes, avocados, legumes, and last but certainly not least, kefir.
Homemade kefir from RAW MILK from grass fed dairy cows is one of the best sources for "B" vitamins in a food.
It's very important to eliminate ALL genetically modified foods from your diet. The GMO's cause gene transfer in your gut and when you eat that garbage, the genes transfer to your gut creating all kinds of health problems. It can make your intestinal flora a pesticide factory for example from eating ANYTHING with SOY in it. 93% of all the soy in America is now GMO and it is NOT labeled or tested for safety. The proteins in GMO soy are mutating and creating huge health problems. Look at all the ingredients in anything you eat and make sure it does NOT contain SOYBEAN oil or SOYBEANS. Many foods contain this garbage now. These foods are creating problems like antibiotic resistance, allergies, asthma, and many diseases that are emerging they have NO names for yet.
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