Your body’s ability to ward of diseases and keep you healthy as you age has a lot to do with what you eat. Consuming vitamins regularly is an important part of maintaining a nutritious diet. Vitamin B in particular helps to maintain a healthy metabolism and has also been linked to a lower risk of stroke, according to Everyday Health. Introduce more vitamin B to your diet with these recipes.
1. Winter Squash Soup
Winter squash, such as acorn, spaghetti and butternut squash, has high amounts of vitamin B in its skin. It’s also packed with vitamins A and C. Roasting the …read more