B vitamins are generally known as B-complex and the best known of this group include vitamins B1, B2, B3, B5, B6, B7, B9 and B12. These water-soluble vitamins are extremely important for the body’s activity. Their effects are somewhat similar, but each of them also fulfils its role, has its specific characteristics and is unmistakable. Importantly, they support each other together and work together synergistically.
Confirmed effects of B-complex
B-complex vitamins support the proper functioning of:
– nervous system,
– the brain,
– hair and nails,
– support the production of red blood cells,
– contribute to mental well-being.
The components of the B-complex group are clearly described below:
B1 – thiamine hydrochloride
– breaks down carbohydrates into glucose = energy production,
– maintains a good state of the nervous system,
– acts against stress,
– supports the healthy functioning of the digestive system,
– maintains the flexibility of the heart muscle.
B2 – riboflavin
– significant effect on carbohydrate, lipid, amino acid metabolism,
– participates in the reactions of enzymes within the body’s antioxidant system,
– important for the function of some parts of the skin and mucous membranes (oral cavity, eyes) and nerves.
B3 – nicotinamide
– key for energy metabolism of cells,
– helps lower cholesterol,
– acts as an antioxidant,
– plays an important role in cell signalling and is also involved in the production and repair of DNA.
B5 -pantothenic acid
– an essential component of vitamin A,
– metabolism of macronutrients,
– necessary to obtain energy from sugars and fats,
– is involved in the synthesis of sterols (cholesterol, provitamin D, sex hormones, corticoids),
– important for the proper functioning of the immune and nervous systems,
– support for the healthy growth of hair, nails and skin renewal.
B6 – pyridoxine
– in the form of a coenzyme, it is involved in more than 100 enzyme reactions in the body, in particular reactions linked to protein metabolism,
– promotes the proper growth and development of the skeleton,
– plays an important role in the modelling of hormones and haemoglobin,
-controls the production and function of niacin, red blood cells, many hormones,
– affects the endocrine system.
B7 – biotin
– acts as a coenzyme in the metabolism of proteins, sugars and fats,
– promotes the proper course of pregnancy and fetal development,
– promotes hair growth, strengthens nails,
– high doses act against multiple sclerosis,
– restores appetite.
B9 – folic acid
– necessary for all cell division and growth processes,
– important for red blood cells, which divide rapidly in the bone marrow,
– an important role in the synthesis of nucleic acids,
– irreplaceable for the development of white blood cells and normal growth.
B12 – cobalamin
– necessary for the hematopoiesis and maturation of red blood cells,
– promotes the proper development and function of the nervous system and cell division,
– necessary for the synthesis of ribonucleic and deoxyribonucleic acid (RNA and DNA).
The liposomal transport system in combination with B vitamins offers ideal absorption and effect. The vitamins are safely encapsulated and protected in the form of liposome nanoparticles, which actively penetrate the wall of the small intestine and are absorbed through the lymphatic system directly into the bloodstream.
Liposomes are composed of natural phospholipids, which are the basic building blocks of all our cells, so they pass through their wall without any problems, the so-called passive transport. Naturally, liposomes occur e.g. in colostrum and breast milk, where maximum absorption and recoverability are necessary. The revolutionary liposomal transport system offers the highest, fastest and most efficient absorption of B vitamins.