Vitamin B Complex - Die hauseigene Armee

Vitamin B Complex - The in-house army

We're often asked what the vitamins are that do the most to help the body fire up the shield, and in the list of answers, one cannot be missing, the B vitamins.

B vitamins or the vitamin B complex are an essential part of a healthy human diet. They occur naturally in both animal and plant sources, but are also taken in capsule form as a dietary supplement. Vitamin B1 (thiamine), vitamin B2 (riboflavin), vitamin B3 (niacin), vitamin B5 (pantothenic acid), vitamin B6 (pyridoxine), vitamin B7 (biotin) and vitamin B9 (folic acid) are all vitamins that play an important role in cell metabolism, energy production, nerve health, cognitive function and immune system boosting. B vitamins aid in digestion by breaking down carbohydrates, proteins and fats; they help us maintain strong bones and they keep our cells healthy for many years. Not only do they improve mood by increasing serotonin levels, but also brain function by supporting neurotransmitter formation, skin health through their collagen-building abilities, and hormone regulation by regulating metabolism - these essential vitamins are especially important for pregnant women Women important to reduce the risk of birth defects. All in all, the power of the B vitamins is truly amazing!

Each of these vitamins play a key role in maintaining overall health as they help support normal energy metabolism, brain function, nerve function, hormone production and red blood cell production. They can also contribute to healthy immune system function. In addition, folate/folic acid helps reduce the risk of neural tube defects in infants when taken during pregnancy. Similarly, vitamin B12 is necessary for red blood cell formation and helps prevent anemia. So, the various B-complex vitamins provide numerous benefits and play important roles in our health and proper functioning.

It is estimated that almost all of us do not get enough B vitamins from our diet. That's largely because our diets often don't include the right types and amounts of foods that contain this important vitamin. Vitamin B, also known as the B vitamins, is a group of eight essential water-soluble vitamins. They play important roles in many bodily processes such as energy production and metabolism, synthesis of neurotransmitters, DNA repair, and immune system development. They can also help reduce fatigue and stress and promote healthy skin, hair and nails. Unfortunately, most of us do not get the recommended daily allowance of vitamin B from food alone, due to various factors such as: B. Poor absorption of nutrients in the body due to modern processing methods or dietary habits (e.g. vegetarian). As a result, many people need to supplement their diets with additional sources of B vitamins to ensure they are getting what their bodies need for optimal health.

Our B vitamin complex consists of a large number of the B vitamins mentioned and of course also the well-known B12. Here we rely on methylcobalamin and have thus provided the highest bioavailability for the body. Pregnant women also get their money's worth with the B-Complex, because it also contains folic acid. The high concentration of 500ug ensures that the organism of the human body can utilize the contents in the best possible way.

Our biochemist with an academic degree has also determined all the ingredients himself in order to have the best possible result from us for you!

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