The complex of B vitamins includes eight vitamins, which help the body in its various functions.
B12 in the form of methylcobalamin is immediately absorbable compared to the synthetic form of cyanocobalamin.
Vitamin B6 plays an important role in the functioning of the nervous system, while it is responsible for the production of hormones that balance the human mood.
Vitamin B1 is used by almost all cells of the body and contributes to the normal psychological function and the normal functioning of the heart. Riboflavin, or vitamin B2, regulates the growth of red blood cells and helps maintain a strong immune system.
Vitamin B3 offers the body antioxidant protection and helps the proper functioning of the metabolism and the nervous system.
Taking vitamin B5 can help prevent memory loss, better mood and insomnia. Vitamin B5 regulates the production of hormones (e.g cortisol) and is involved in adrenal health.
Adequate biotin intake provides daily support of bodys' functions, strengthens and maintains healthy hair, nails and skin.
Vitamin B9 deficiency can cause anemia, exhaustion, anorexia, diarrhea and weight loss. It also helps to reduce fatigue and tiredness and participates in the process of cell division.