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Busy lives often equate to less than optimum eating habits. One thing you really don’t want to skimp on is food that provides B complex vitamins. B vitamins are the building blocks of good health.

Busy lives often equate to less than optimum eating habits. One thing you really don’t want to skimp on is food that provides B complex vitamins. B vitamins are the building blocks of good health. Here are the elements that comprise that powerful complex:
B1 (Thiamine): Often named the anti-stress vitamin, it protect the immune system and helps break down carbs. B1 is involved in RNA and DNA production and nerve function.
B2 (Riboflavin): An antioxidant important for red blood cell production that oxygenates the body. Suggested to promote heart health.
B3 (Niacin): Boosts good cholesterol (HDL).
B5 (Pantothenic Acid): Breaks down fats and carbs, facilitates the production of stress related, as well as male/female, hormones.
B6 (Pyridoxine): Helps the body produce serotonin, melatonin, and norepinephrine to aid sleep patterns and reduce stress.
B7 (Biotin): For healthy skin, nails, hair, and vital during pregnancy for healthy babies.
B9 (Folate): Also important during pregnancy for the baby’s growth. Suggested by studies to relieve depression.
B12 (Cobalamin): Assists B9 in the production of red blood cells and works with iron to create hemoglobin.
Together, B-Complex vitamins form a powerhouse of essential nutrients that help keep us healthy and energized. The best source of B-Complex is unquestionably food with its accompanying natural peptides, enzymes, and phytonutrients which are critical to proper absorption. That’s why Food Research’s B Stress Complex is better absorbed (up to 294% better) into the blood than isolated USP vitamins. Gluten Free. No GMOs, soy, or dairy. No toxins or synthetics….just pure food B-Complex. Food Research B Stress Complex, a superior source for your good health.

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