Vitamin B1 is essential for functioning of nerve cells and plays a key role in the structure and integrity of the ceels of the brain. It also supports the production of energy and healthy heart function.
Vitamin B2 converts carbohydrates to energy and assists red blood cell formation and growth. It aids in cell respiration, drug metabolism, and fat metabolism. Without Vitamin B2, the body cannot utilize Vitamin B6.
Vitamin B3, also known at niacin, is essential for metabolism, growth and tissue oxidation. It stimulates the centeral nervous system and brain functions as well as lowers blood sugar in diabetics. It also helps joint pain.
Vitamin B5 is found in every living cell and is necessary to sustain life. It helps in the metabolism of carbohydrates, proteins and fats and is essential for the production of melatonin. It helps prevent graying of hair and fights wrinkles.
Vitamin B6 aids the metabolism of amino acids, fats, and carbohydrates as well as the stabilization of behavior and mood. It also assists the production of red blood, hormonal balance in women and protects the body from cancer.
Vitamin B7 assists with carbon dioxide transfer, metabolism of carbohydrates and fats, synthesize amino and fatty acids, and is necessary for proper cell growth and steady blood sugar levels.
Vitamin B9, also known as folate, is necessary for the formation of hemoglobin, DNA and RNA production, metabolism of amino acids, and improves focus and alertness.
Vitamin B12 is required for the central nervous system to function properly, the formation of red blood cells, and proper development and growth in children.