B-vitamins are the bomb. They play a critical role in converting food into fuel for the body and brain. Certain Bs are needed to produce hormones.1 Others are important for forming red blood cells,2 which are the worker bees of the circulatory system, carrying fresh oxygen throughout your body. If you’ve got that low energy feeling from time to time, a B-vitamin deficiency could be in play.3
Our busy modern lifestyle can diminish B-vitamins like nobody’s business. That’s because your body burns through lots of B-vitamins to create hormones.3-5 While your body pumps out the cortisol and adrenaline necessary to get the monkey off your back, other systems get B-starved. When we’re going through a stressful moment (tax season, we’re looking at you!), we proactively supplement with a B-Complex.
Vegans and vegetarians are at a greater risk of B-deficiency because some of these B-vitamins are most plentiful in animal products.1 In fact, B12 is not found in high levels in any plants.6 Because B-vitamins work synergistically, it’s important to have enough of all of them so that your body can fire on all cylinders. A good B-Complex helps you ensure that you are getting the proper balance.
While most B-Complexes include only the standard eight B-vitamins in the family, the Nested Naturals B Complex adds two cousins: Choline, which is important for memory and brain function,7,8 and Inositol, which has been shown to maintain healthy blood sugar,9,10 mood11,12 and hormone production.13 These two don’t share the same B-names as their cousins, but they are widely accepted as a part of the family and their importance has only recently begun to be understood.
|Serving Size: 1 Vegan Capsule Servings Per Container: 60|
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(Folic Acid / Vitamin B9)
(D-Calcium Pantothenate / Vitamin B5)
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Other Ingredients: Rice Flour, Vegetable Cellulose (capsule)
This product contains no wheat, gluten, GMO, soy, dairy, egg, fish, nuts, corn, yeast, barley or sugar. Proudly vegan, third-party tested, and manufactured in a NSF certified cGMP facility in the USA using worldwide ingredients.
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Most Complete B-Vitamin Complex
Because B-vitamins work best when they are in balance, we don’t leave any out of our formula. In addition to the standard eight B family members, we also include the two awesome cousins: choline and inositol.
Vitamin B3 Minus the Nasty Niacin Side Effects
We use the niacinamide form of B3 because it doesn’t cause flushing or anxiety, which are common side effects of the niacin form of B3.
Bioavailable Form of Vitamin B12
We use the methylcobalamin form of B12. It’s much easier for the body to use than the cheaper cyanocobalamin form.
Natural and Non-GMO
We are relentless about sourcing the best, most naturally sourced, most ethically produced ingredients available. Our B-Complex is 100% non-GMO.
Cruelty-free and Vegan
We’ve made a conscious choice to make our B-Complex 100% vegan. We’re proud of our veggie capsules which are made from “vegetable gelatin” rather than gelatin produced from animal bones and marrow.
First, it’s important to know that B-vitamins are water soluble. Whatever your body doesn’t use flows out through your urine. In the case of B-vitamins more is not a bad thing. Research suggests that this is especially true when you are under stress. The body burns through a lot of B-vitamins to make stress hormones. You end up robbing Peter to pay Paul. While your stress hormones may be powered up, all of the other processes in your body that need B-vitamins get crumbs.
Since B-vitamins are water-soluble, you can take this anytime—with food or without.
The simple answer to this question is that if you have had your levels checked and only B12 is low, by all means less is more. It’s more common for people to be low in multiple B-vitamins. If you are a vegetarian or vegan and you aren’t loading up on legumes every day, you’ll likely benefit from the full B-Complex. Same goes if you are under stress. You’re likely low in a range of B-vitamins. As always, we encourage you to consult with your physician about your body’s specific nutritional needs.
We use vegetable cellulose to make our capsules. We’re proud to say that our capsules are vegan and don’t include any animal parts.
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