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Vitamin B Complex

Vitamin B Complex

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Formula Purposes & Benefits

Vitamin B Complex is expertly formulated based on the latest scientific research to enhance metabolic health, boost exercise performance, and improve cognitive function. It supports a healthy immune system, promotes body fat loss, aids in hormone balance, and assists in blood cell formation. Additionally, it helps manage stress effectively, making it a comprehensive supplement for overall well-being.

Vitamin B Complex offer a high-quality B vitamin formula, containing all eight essential B vitamins in their biologically active forms. These capsules deliver fully activated B vitamins directly to your bloodstream.

Our formula undergoes rigorous third-party testing for heavy metals and impurities. It is proudly made in the USA in an FDA registered facility, following Good Manufacturing Practices (GMP) standards. Our commitment to excellence is reflected in the fact that only 4% of the supplements on the market can match our world-class standards.


Formula Ingredient Deck

Benefits Of Each Ingredient 

Vitamin B-12 (Methylcynacobalamin)

  • May help with DNA synthesis, folate cycle function, energy production, brain function, and immune health.
  • Could act as an antioxidant, protecting against oxidative stress by neutralizing harmful molecules and supporting levels of l-glutathione, a crucial antioxidant.
  • Might also reduce the risk of conditions associated with vitamin B-12 deficiency, such as anemia, neurodegenerative disorders, heart disease, and osteoporosis.

 Vitamin B1 (Thiamine)

  • May help enhance energy production through aerobic metabolism and support overall cell growth.
  • Plays a role in promoting healthy nerve function and heart health.
  • Could support heart function and act as a protective agent for brain health in individuals with vitamin B-1 deficiencies.

Vitamin B-2 (Riboflavin)

  • May assist in the activation and use of other B vitamins, and is vital for producing red blood cells.
  • Acts as a helper molecule in the metabolism of both sugar and fats, aiding in energy production.

Vitamin B3 (Niacin)

  • Niacin is a key B vitamin that may support heart health by helping to maintain healthy liver function, manage certain types of cholesterol, and improve HDL (good cholesterol) levels.
  • This vitamin plays an important role in managing the body's genetic processes, including gene regulation, cell growth, DNA repair, and cell lifespan.
  • Niacin might also help maintain a healthy inflammatory response through its antioxidant properties and by potentially preventing cell damage.
  • It could support brain health by helping reduce the natural decline in essential brain chemicals with age, supporting healthy brain function, and reducing brain inflammation.
  • Niacin's effect on increasing certain chemical levels in the brain is linked to improved neurotransmission, learning, and memory.
  • Additionally, niacin might help lower the risk of neurodegenerative diseases by supporting mitochondrial function.

Vitamin B-6

  • Plays a role in over 150 enzyme-driven processes that support blood sugar control, immune health, heart function, nerve health, metabolism, and digestion.
  • May help manage blood sugar levels by reducing glucose in the blood and influencing certain digestive enzymes related to glucose metabolism.
  • Could enhance antioxidant levels by helping counteract harmful molecules and substances linked to inflammation and aging.
  • Might aid in regulating blood sugar in women with gestational diabetes.
  • Acts as a helper molecule for enzymes involved in DNA metabolism.

Folate (as 5-Methyltetrahydrofolate)


  • May promote healthy cell growth and DNA creation.
  • Could help support brain function in individuals with MTHFR gene mutations.

Vitamin B5 (Pantothenic Acid)

  • May help with energy production, cell growth, and repair, as well as brain function.
  • Could support memory by increasing hippocampal volume.
  • Might optimize the body's process of using carbohydrates, fats, and proteins for energy.


  • May help convert food into cellular energy and support hair, skin, and brain health.
  • Could improve the breakdown of glucose in muscle tissues

Pro culture support (organic rice concentrate, organic apple cider vinegar)

  • May help maintain healthy cholesterol, glucose, triglyceride, and hemoglobin A1C levels.
  • Could reduce cholesterol by promoting the excretion of bile acids.
  • Might support immune health due to its high content of flavonoids, gallic acid, catechins, and ferulic acid.
  • May aid in regulating blood sugar by enhancing glucose use, increasing fat burning, reducing fat storage, and decreasing glucose production in the liver.


Proper Use of This Supplement

Suggested Use:  Take 2 capsules daily or as directed by a health professional.


Our Formula                                                    Vs Other Formulas on the Market.


1. Uses third party independently tested ingredients that are made in the USA, GMP certified, and made in an FDA registered facility.

1. Source cheap ingredients from heavily polluted soils. Even “organic” supplements not third party tested have been removed by FDA due to high levels of heavy metals.

2. High quality B-vitamin complex in a bioavailable and efficaciously dosed formula.

2. Uses cheap synthetic b-vitamins that may have heavy metals due to poor product quality and lack of third-party lab testing for heavy metals.



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