Currently, very little is known about Vitamin B14. It was isolated from wine and originally thought to be a metabolite of xanthopterin. However, biochemist Earl R. Norris disputed that xanthopterin was actually Vitamin B14.
Why do you need vitamin B14?
Possible functions of Vitamin B14:
- Cell formation
- Properties that may inhibit a type of anemia
Conditions thought to be Related to Vitamin B14 Deficiency?
- Deterioration of red blood cells
- Pernicious anemia
- Accelerated production of cancer cells
Not available for supplementation but Vitamin B14 has been found in organ meats (liver, heart, and kidney), yeast, grains, legumes, and eggs.
Edited by Susan Hartman, Co-Founder and Content Editor of The Triad of Life, Inc.