What are B Vitamins good for? We know they’re important but many of us don’t know why. Find out what B1, B2, B3, B5, B6, B7, B9, and B12 do.
Vitamin B functions are not limited to cellular energy production. The Vitamin B family assists in numerous mental processes and helps to combat some of the unpleasantries associated with aging.
Getting the full benefits of Vitamin B functions depends on your ability to absorb the optimal doses of these nutrients. And that’s where it gets complicated. Some of the B vitamins, like B-12, are only found in animal products, so many vegans and vegetarians have trouble getting enough. A type of anemia and having undergone bariatric surgery compromise your ability to absorb some of the B vitamins as well.
Learn all about Vitamin B functions and the breakthrough liposomal encapsulation technology that makes these functions more accessible.