Where did I get the idea, that the functioning of the body depends on B vitamins? In the beginning I arrived at this conclusion by analyzing my symptoms and searching for their common denominator, which turned out to be vitamin B6. Then I realized that human beings were created by nature and despite living in a civilized world, the mechanisms which rule our bodies have not changed. Since nature decided that our bodies should store fats, vitamins A, D, E, K and the only B vitamin – B12, which is found nearly exclusively in meat, it must be that flesh and fats are meant to be rarities, something that contributes only a small percent of our diet. As early humans, natural humans we were then programmed to feed on plants mostly. Our bodies do not store the substances found in abundance in plants: B vitamins, vitamin C or magnesium, which points to the conclusion that they would be provided daily in large quantities. This is not the case for civilized people. The statistical teenager eats an apple and a portion of salad with their dinner at best; besides that, their diet constitutes of highly processed foods only, which does not contain vitamins, but in their place a large amount of refined sugar and chemicals, the processing of which uses up additional vitamins. How then are we supposed to feel well and not get ill, if we act against nature, against our natural needs, not delivering our bodies the things they need to function?