VITAMIN B COMPLEX

OVUKRC1042
10
Vegan
1 tablets, 1 time(s) per day

SKU

Capsule / Tablet Size

Suitability

Dosage

Category

Fatigue & Stress, Women 18+, Men 18+, Brain Support, Eye Support

Ingredients

P0008 - Biotin (D-Biotin), min 97.5%
P0024 - Folic Acid, min 96.2% pure Folate
P0035 - Magnesium Stearate
P0056 - Vitamin B1 Thiamine Hydrochloride 98%, actual Thiamine min 77.5%
P0060 - Vitamin B3 (Nicotinamide), 100% Pure B3
P0061 - Vitamin B5 (CALCIUM D-PANTOTHENATE) min 98%, actual Pantothenic Acid 90.17%
P0062 - Vitamin B6 (Pyridoxine) DC min 96%, min 80% pure B6
P0075 - Microcrystaline Cellulose
P0128 - Inositol DC 95%
P0136 - Vitamin B12 (METHYL COBALAMIN HYDRATE) min 96.904% elemental B12
P0337 - Vitamin B2 RIBOFLAVIN DC min 95% (new P-code)

Description

Our Vitamin B Complex
A complex normally contains a mixture of Vitamins and/or Minerals. In the case of our Vitamin B complex, each tablet contains a mix of the 8 essential B Vitamins. This includes Vitamin B1, B2, B3, B5, B6, B7, B9 and B12, as well as Inositol. The following are the main health benefits of the vitamins in this complex:

Contribution to a normal energy yielding metabolism and to the reduction of fatigue and tiredness.
Contribution to the maintenance of normal nervous system function and to normal psychological function.
Contribution to the maintenance of normal blood flow.
The maintenance of normal skin, mucous membranes, vision and hair.
Contribution to normal Iron metabolism and red blood cell production.
Supporting the maintenance of a normal immune system.
Playing a role in the prevention of oxidative stress.
Components of Our Vitamin B complex
Vitamin B1


Vitamin B1 (Thiamine) is naturally found in white and brown bread flour as the vitamin is legally required to be added. Thiamine can also be found in whole grains, nuts, fruit and vegetables. The vitamin contributes to the maintenance of a normal energy yielding metabolism.


Vitamin B2


Vitamin B2 (Riboflavin) can be found in milk, eggs, fortified breakfast cereals and rice. Vitamin B2 also plays a role in the normal functioning of the nervous system and maintenance of the mucous membranes.


Vitamin B3


Vitamin B3 (Niacin) was first used in photography in 1867. It naturally occurs in certain foods, such as meat, fish, eggs, milk and wheat products, including bran flakes, oats and bread. Vitamin B3 contributes to normal psychological function and normal functioning of the immune system.


Vitamin B5


Vitamin B5 (Pantothenic Acid) is commonly found in potatoes, oats, tomatoes, eggs, broccoli and whole grains, including brown rice and wholemeal bread. Vitamin B5 is also found in meat sources like chicken and beef, as well as lesser eaten kidney. Pantothenic Acid contributes to a normal energy yielding metabolism, as well as normal mental performance. Vitamin B5 also contributes to the normal synthesis of steroid hormones, Vitamin D and some neurotransmitters.


Vitamin B6


Vitamin B6 (Pyridoxine) may also be called Pyridoxal-5-phosphate and Pyridoxamine. The vitamin is found in a wide array of foods, including pork, poultry, fish, eggs and milk. Plant-based sources of Vitamin B6 include whole-grain cereals, soya beans, peanuts, potatoes, oatmeal, wheat germ, and brown rice. Vitamin B6 contributes to normal protein and glycogen metabolism, as well as regulation of hormonal activity.


Vitamin B7


Vitamin B7 (Biotin) is found in small quantities in several foods. Biotin is also produced naturally by some bacteria in the gut. Good food sources of Biotin include eggs, pork, dairy products, oats, rice, mushrooms and apples. Biotin contributes to normal macronutrient metabolism, as well as the maintenance of normal hair and skin.


Vitamin B9


Vitamin B9 (Folate) is found in green leafy vegetables such as spinach, kale, Brussels sprouts, cabbage and broccoli. Folate is also found naturally in beans and legumes, yeast, oranges and orange juice, wheat bran, poultry, pork and shellfish, and certain fortified foods. Folate contributes to maternal tissue growth during pregnancy and supports normal homocysteine metabolism.


Vitamin B12


Vitamin B12 (Cobalamine) is only available in animal products including meat, milk, cheese, eggs and fish, such as cod and salmon. Some fortified breakfast cereals and plant-based milk contain a vegan form of B12, which is not naturally found in food. Vitamin B12 contributes to normal energy production, functioning of the immune system and red blood cell formation.


Inositol


Inositol is also known as Vitamin B8 although it technically isn't a vitamin, rather a type of sugar. It naturally occurs in fruits, beans, grains and nuts and our body can produce Inositol from the carbohydrates we eat.

Benefits

Our Vitamin B Complex
A complex normally contains a mixture of Vitamins and/or Minerals. In the case of our Vitamin B complex, each tablet contains a mix of the 8 essential B Vitamins. This includes Vitamin B1, B2, B3, B5, B6, B7, B9 and B12, as well as Inositol. The following are the main health benefits of the vitamins in this complex:

Contribution to a normal energy yielding metabolism and to the reduction of fatigue and tiredness.
Contribution to the maintenance of normal nervous system function and to normal psychological function.
Contribution to the maintenance of normal blood flow.
The maintenance of normal skin, mucous membranes, vision and hair.
Contribution to normal Iron metabolism and red blood cell production.
Supporting the maintenance of a normal immune system.
Playing a role in the prevention of oxidative stress.