Vitamin B 50 Complex
What do B-Vitamins Actually Do?
ENERGY: B vitamins help the body metabolize carbohydrates,
fats and proteins into energy. In fact, in recent years, studies have suggested
that patients with chronic fatigue syndrome felt more energetic when provided
with a supplementation of B vitamins.
SYSTEM: B Vitamins are necessary for
maintaining a healthy nervous system, skin, eyes, hair, liver and mouth.
BRAIN HEALTH: Recent research indicates that B vitamins may help reduce
age-related brain damage like Alzheimer’s and dementia.
STRESS RELIEF: Disorders that arise from stress are often due to
nutritional deficiencies, especially deficiencies of B Complex (B-1, 2, 3, 6, 7, 12). With
multiple sources and meaningful doses of B vitamins.
"It looks like getting B vitamins -- from foods or supplements -- is
nearly as important as stopping smoking, lowering high cholesterol, and
controlling blood pressure when it comes to preventing a heart attack,"
says epidemiologist Eric Rimm of Harvard University.
In 1998 Rimm and his colleagues reported that women who got ample folic
acid and B-6 suffered heart attacks only about half as often as women who took
in meager amounts. The finding may help clear up an enduring mystery: Half of
all heart attack victims have cholesterol levels that are in the desirable
range. More and more experts are coming to accept the notion that in some cases
the culprit is an amino acid called homocysteine.
Homocysteine is thought to scar blood vessels, setting the stage for
artery-narrowing deposits. Unfortunately, your body produces this substance
when it digests animal protein. How might B vitamins help? They may work to
dispose of homocysteine before it wreaks havoc. All three of these vitamins are
found in a variety of ordinary foods. And synthetic folic acid is sprayed onto
enriched grains. Still, you can't count on getting the recommended 400
micrograms of folic acid from food unless you eat a bowl of fully fortified
breakfast cereal every day.
As for B-6, studies have shown that up to half of women over age 50 don't
get enough. And up to a third of those over 50 have trouble-absorbing B-12 from
We've all heard it-get plenty of rest, exercise regularly, eat healthy,
and you'll have energy to burn. True? False! In fact, many adults who live
healthy lifestyles are still frustrated by the lack of energy they feel. That's
because many adults are missing an important but simple solution to having more
line on B-Complex Supplements:
You need more of these vitamins than your meals can possibly supply. The
easiest way to get them in the proper balance is by taking a B-Complex
supplement and a quality multivitamin.
Not sure if you should be taking a
separate B Vitamin Complex Supplement. Check the list to see if you have any of
- Mood changes
- loss of appetite
- and sugar cravings
B Vitamins are so important
they are one of the few nutrients the federal government mandates to be added
The problem: You cannot rely on food for enough B vitamin. Intense heat,
slow cooking, light, baking soda and baking powder all destroy B vitamins.
When was the last time you went through a day without sugar, processed foods,
alcohol, caffeine or some stress. Every one of these depletes your body's
supply of vitamin B.
Every time you eat carbs B-1, B-2, B-3, B-5, B-6, phosphorous, and
magnesium are required to metabolize them. The last 4 are
not replaced by "enrichment" of foods so the body must
use its own reserves.
Pantothenic Acid, (B5) gets taken from the nerve and muscle tissue; Pyridoxine
(B6) is taken from the Brain; Phosphorous and Magnesium are taken from the
heart and bones.
Deplete the body of these compounds and you weaken the nerve and muscle
tissue which could result in nerve problems and loss of muscle tone. The loss
of brain tissue will affect your memory. Phosphorous depletion will weaken
muscle and rhythm function, affecting the rhythm of the heart.
Processed food removes these B vitamins and enrichment does not add them
in a way that our body can use.
Maybe it’s time to start doing something to help your body. Do something
to boost your health.
It is like insurance for your body. Give your body what it needs.
Take a small step and make the choice to eat natural foods when possible
and supplement your diet with a good B complex vitamin.
Doctors suspect additional important
vitamin B12 benefits:
- Evidence shows that vitamin B12 can reduce your risk of
cardiovascular disease, but the American Heart Association has decided
that the evidence isn't strong enough to recommend using B12 supplements.
- Vitamin B12 is known to help maintain the nervous
system, but doctors have been unable to prove that the vitamin could be
used to help treat cognitive decline caused by dementia.
- Some argue that vitamin B12 is an energy booster, but
again the scientific evidence hasn't supported these claims.
- Studies have been unable to conclude whether vitamin
B12 provides any significant benefit in heading off different types of
cancer. Some have shown support for its use, while others have found the
vitamin to be of no help at all.
- Doctors had thought those with diabetes would benefit
from high-dose vitamin B therapy, both in improved kidney function and
better cardiovascular health, but instead found that high doses of the
vitamins caused a decrease in kidney and cardiovascular health.
LifeSource Vitamins - Vitamin B-50 Complex, helps the body
metabolize carbohydrates, fats and proteins into energy, necessary for
maintaining a healthy nervous system, skin, eyes, hair, liver and mouth, reduces
age-related Alzheimer’s and dementia.*
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