B Complex Vitamins are important for overall health and proper functioning of the body. B Complex Vitamins can not only help the body produce energy, they also can improve appearance of hair and skin. They can speed up chemical reactions in cells, and they can help to fight off infection and protect the body from disease as well. Vitamin B Complex is needed for the proper functioning of almost every process in the body. The B Vitamins all work very closely together, so a deficiency in one may lead to poor functioning of others if not all of them are in good supply. B Vitamins are water-soluble; any excess will be excreted through urine, therefore they need to be replenished on a daily basis.
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What kind of results can I expect from supplementing with Mega B Complex?
May Promote Energy Production
May Promote a Healthy Nervous System
May Aid in Healthy Digestion
May Promote Healthy Skin, Hair and Nails
Who should supplement with Mega B Complex?
Anyone with deficiencies of B Vitamins should consider supplementation.
Alcoholics should consider supplementation with B Vitamins, as well as heavy coffee drinkers and anyone on long- term antibiotics, and anyone whose diet does not include abundant sources of B Vitamins.
What dosage should I take?
As a dietary supplement, take one serving (1 capsule) two times daily, or as recommended by your physician.
What side effects can I expect?
According to the Food and Drug Administration, common side effects of B Complex Vitamins include drowsiness, headaches or diarrhea.
Mega B Vitamin Complex Ingredient Breakdown
Vitamin B1 (Thiamine): helps the conversion of carbohydrates into glucose, which in turn is used to produce energy for carrying out various body functions. B1 is also essential for the breakdown of fats and protein. As a powerful antioxidant, B1 helps protect you from the ill effects of aging. It ensures proper digestion, improves memory, and helps with the production of red blood cells. B1 restores deficiencies caused by alcoholism and improves appetite. B1 deficiency symptoms may include lethargy and/or irritability. A loss of memory, sleep, appetite, or weight might also indicate B1 deficiency.
Vitamin B2 (Riboflavin): helps ensure that energy is produced efficiently. B2 helps in the conversion of carbohydrates to sugar, which also fuels bodily function. B2 aides in the development of new body tissues, so it can help with hair and nail growth, as well as improve skin conditions such as acne. B2 also assists in the development of new cells. It plays an important role in regulation of growth, reproduction, and thyroid activity. B2 helps with absorption of minerals and other B Vitamins such as B1, B3, and B6.
B2 deficiency symptoms include bloodshot eyes, high sensitivity to light, burning sensation of eyes, parched lips, inflammation in the mouth, and sore tongue. Some other common symptoms include dull or oily hair, premature wrinkles, and split nails.
Vitamin B3 (Niacin): is used to improve the appearance or severity of some skin conditions. One of its largest benefits is an increase in high-density lipoprotein (good cholesterol). It is also helpful with energy, digestion, production of sex-related hormones, and mental health.B3 deficiencies are very rare.
B6 (Pyridoxine): speeds up chemical reactions that occur in the cells of the body. This makes processes run more efficiently so that energy produced is done so using the least amount of resources possible. B6 also assists in the production of B3, so it is a necessary vitamin for managing cholesterol levels. It helps bone marrow manufacture healthy red blood cells as well. B6 boosts the immune system and makes it function more efficiently. Other health benefits include improved metabolism, hormone control, skin conditions, cardiac and kidney function.
B6 deficiency symptoms may include fatigue, dry skin, hair loss, cracked lips, insomnia, and swelling in the mouth and tongue.
B9 (Folic Acid): is a significant component for improving human heart conditions. It helps to control the level of cholesterol deposits on the heart. B9 aids in removing homocysteine, which is one of the major causes of heart attacks at early stages. Homocysteine is also responsible for causing strokes. B9 has long been considered essential for reducing the occurrence of cancer in the human body. It is considered a muscle building component, as it aids in growth and maintenance of muscle tissues. It is also an effective component in the formation of red blood cells and a significant contributor to the formation of skin cells.
B9 deficiency symptoms may include anemia, loss of memory, restricted growth of brain and nerves, paranoia, weakness, and skin cracking.
B12 (Cyanocobalamin): plays an important role in performing useful tasks for maintaining good health of the human body. It helps to maintain different types of cells. Repair and maintenance of red blood cells are largely dependent upon B12. It is also helpful for relieving the body from fatigue and weakness thus improving the overall stamina of the body. B12 may also help reduce cholesterol while controlling the level of triglycerides for proper function of the heart.
B12 deficiency symptoms may include deadness in hands and feet, loss of memory, poor coordination while walking, insomnia, drowsiness, constipation, and headaches. Other symptoms may include swelling in the tongue, mouth soreness, weight loss, nausea, or fatigue.
B7 (Biotin): is a catalyst for extracting energy and a number of metabolic reactions such as providing energy by breaking down fats, proteins, and carbohydrates. B7 may help maintain healthy skin and hair. It may also aid in the growth and maintenance of muscle tissue and the growth of bone marrow. Since B7 helps break down extra fat for energy, it is also helpful in weight loss. B7 is another B vitamin that is helpful in reducing cholesterol. It will also help maintain the proper level of sugar in the blood.
B7 deficiency symptoms may include fatigue, depression, pain in muscles, hair loss, loss of appetite, dermatitis, and dry scalp.
B5 (Pantothenic Acid): plays an important role in maintaining good health. It acts as a synthesizer in the formation of fats, proteins, carbohydrates, amino acids, antibiotics, and stimulation of adrenal hormones. In regulating adrenal hormones, B5 can be helpful with stress and anxiety. It helps regulate the level of cholesterol in the body. B5 is also helpful in maintaining healthy skin and hair. It may reduce body fatigue and weariness by building stamina of the body to perform well in various tasks. B5 can help strengthen the immune system and help the body to fight against a number of infections and diseases.
B5 deficiency symptoms may include lack of feeling or flaming pain in the feet, fatigue, weakness, insomnia, anemia, vomiting, contraction of muscles, or abnormal skin developments.
Calcium strengthens bones and ensures the shape of the body part. Calcium also helps in maintaining optimum body weight in males and females. Sufficient amounts of calcium can help cardiac muscle to contract and relax properly. High calcium intake may significantly reduce the risk of developing kidney stones. It may be helpful in maintaining healthy teeth and gums as well.
Calcium deficiency symptoms may include muscle aches or twitches, sudden cramps or spasms, high blood pressure, loose teeth or gum disease, insomnia, cramps, hypertension, weak bones or bone ailment.
Inositol is part of the Vitamin B family but does not have a number. It primarily acts on the nervous system helping to maintain proper function. It also aids with hair growth and healthy skin, and it is another B vitamin that helps with cholesterol.
Inositol deficiency is rare because the body produces it, and it can be obtained in a wide variety of foods. However long term use of antibiotics or large consumption of coffee may cause deficiency, and these symptoms may include memory loss, liver excess fat, hair loss, eye disorders, eczema, constipation, and high cholesterol.
PABA (Para-Aminobenzoic Acid): is part of the B complex and is synthesized in the body. It is used in the formation of Folic Acid and in the metabolism of protein. PABA helps to slow the aging process; it also may enhance flexibility, promote membrane fluidity, and provide protection from outside dangers such as ozone, secondhand smoke, and other air pollutants. PABA is currently the active ingredient in most sunscreens.
PABA supplementation may help return gray hair to its original color if the change was caused by either stress or a nutritional deficiency. This happens in 10 to 25 percent of people who take PABA. This process takes several months, and usually large dosages of 1 gram per day or more are necessary.
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As with any dietary supplement, we recommend that you consult a physician before use.
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