Food Based B-Complex Vitamin

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B vitamins are important for cellular metabolism and promoting the health of many organ systems within the body.  In addition, food-based vitamins are considered by many to be superior to “regular” vitamins.  Below you will find knowledge and information to help you learn how adding a food-based B vitamin supplement to your diet may support your healthy lifestyle.  ϯ 

B vitamins are water soluble and should be replenished every day.  They work even better when taken in split doses (twice a day).  ϯ 

  • Maintains Healthy Skin, Hair, Eyes & Nerves ϯ

Product details:

  • 60 Vegetarian Capsules
  • Gluten Free – Soy Free
  • Each capsule contains: Thiamin,Riboflavin,Niacin,Vitamin B6, Folic acid,Vitamin B12, Biotin, Pantothenic Acid,Choline, Inositol, PABA, Phytonutrient blend (rice bran, bee pollen, barley grass, lemon bioflavonoid complex, apple pectin, parsley, cabbage, safflower oil, dried apple, carrot, broccoli, prune, spirulina, chlorella, kelp, ginger, fennel seed)
  •  See Product Label/Supplement Facts (below) for additional details
  • Contains NO: artificial colors, flavors or preservatives, wheat, eggs, gluten, milk, peanuts, tree nuts, soy, crustaceans, shellfish, or fish.

Healthy Food B-Complex

B vitamins are needed to maintain healthy nerves, skin, energy production and metabolism.   Formulation in a phytonutrient base provides the benefits of naturally occurring essential fatty acids, amino acids, fiber, bioflavonoids, plant pigments, enzymes and other nutrients that cannot be obtained from a simple vitamin supplement.ϯ 

Why This Formula?

aVivoPur Health-Food B-Complex provides a combination of essential B vitamins in a phytonutrient base that enhances assimilation and synergistic activity.  In addition to the stress support of the B vitamins, the phytonutrients promote healthy processes in many cells and organ systems throughout the body.  ϯ 

We obtain our ingredients from natural sources that are guaranteed to be animal-product free.

About B Vitamins

Optimally, all of our vitamins and other nutrients would come through a perfect diet.  In today’s world, that isn’t possible and though many whole foods are still rich in vitamins, most of what we eat is processed.  Processing of food can often remove a good percentage of the nutrient content, particularly vitamins.  In addition, even our fresh foods are shipped across the country,  or world.  To facilitate this travel, food is often picked early, sometimes partly frozen, and this may allow many of the nutrients to degrade.  ϯ 

Supplementing your diet with B Vitamins may be essential but using a food-based vitamin may be more helpful as it can provide vital phytochemicals that can’t be obtained through a regular supplement.  Nutrient-based vitamin products can provide essential fatty acids, antioxidants, plant pigments, amino acids and other phytonutrients such as enzymes, fiber, and pre-hormones.  ϯ 

Though all of the B vitamins are essential, each has different actions;

  • Vitamin B1 (Thiamin) – helps in cell generation, particularly in stress as it assists in the ability to protect the immune system.  Vitamin B1 is also needed to help break down carbohydrates so that the energy can be used.  ϯ
    • B1 levels are high in whole grains, peanuts, legumes, spinach, kale, wheat germ and blackstrap molasses

  • Vitamin B2 (Riboflavin) – has antioxidant activity and is also important for blood cell production.  Riboflavin may be broken down by exposure to direct sunlight.  ϯ 
    • B2 levels are high in almonds, milk and yogurt, wild rice, eggs, soybeans, brussels sprouts and spinach.

  • Vitamin B3 (Niacin) – most commonly used to boost HDL (healthy) cholesterol which in turn reduces LDL (bad) cholesterol.  Deficiency is rare but alcohol may deplete Vitamin B3.  It may also be beneficial for the skin.  ϯ
    • B3 levels are high in yeast, milk, eggs, legumes, red meat and green vegetables.

  • Vitamin B5 (Pantothenic Acid) – responsible for the production of hormones (stress and sex)/  Also promotes healthy skin.  ϯ
    • B5 levels are high in avacados, yogurt, eggs, meat and legumes.

  • Vitamin B6 (pyridoxine) – helps regulate amino acid levels,  Also plays a big part in neurotransmitters related to sleep patterns.  ϯ 
    • B6 levels are high in chicken and turkey, tuna and salmon, cheese, lentils, brown rice, sunflower seeds and carrots.

  • Vitamin B7 (biotin) – associated with hair, skin and nails.  May help to control blood sugar and is important for fetal development.  ϯ 
    • B7 levels are high in liver, yeast, pork, chicken, potatoes, cauliflower, barley, egg yolks and nuts.

  • Vitamin B9 (folic adic / folate) – may help with depression and memory loss.  Helps to prevent neurological birth defects.  ϯ 
    • B9 levels are high in dark leafy greens, beets and other root vegetables, beans, asparagus, salmon and bulgur wheat.

  • Vitamin B12 (cobalamin) – works with B9 to help promote iron utilization in blood cell formation to carry oxygen, protein and other nutrients.  Deficiency may lead to neurological deficits.  Vegetarians are more likely to be deficient.  ϯ
    • B12 levels are high in fish, shellfish, dairy, eggs, beef and pork



ϯ These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.

Healthy Food B-Complex
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