Now Foods B-50 is one of the best preparations providing essential for the proper functioning of the body a complex of B vitamins, as well as vitamin H (biotin), paraaminobenzoic acid, choline and inositol.
The B-50 consists of:
Vitamin B1 (thiamine)
Lack of this vitamin causes carbohydrate metabolism disorders, peripheral nerve palsy, paresis.
Vitamin B2 (riboflavin)
It plays a fundamental role in metabolism, that is, converting the chemical energy of food into energy useful in the body. It enables proper fulfillment of the vit function. B6. The demand of an adult human is 1.3 mg per day (750 ml of milk), pregnant women and nursing mothers are in greater demand.
Vitamin B3 (Niacin) PP
It plays important roles in the body - it is responsible for the proper functioning of the brain, peripheral nervous system, and the synthesis of sex hormones.
plays an important role in metabolic processes and is essential for the formation of red blood platelets, the production of antibodies by the immune system and growth processes. It helps tired eyes and can prevent cataracts.
Lack of this vitamin causes weakness, headaches, apathy and skin diseases. It helps maintain the proper functioning of the digestive system.
Vitamin B5 (pantothenic acid)
Vitamin B5 is extremely important for the skin as well as hair. Deficiency of vitamin B5 in the body is manifested by pathological changes on the skin, such as keratosis or excessive exfoliation, pigmentation disorders as well as hair loss. Deficiency of this vitamin causes numbness in the toes.
Vitamin B6 (pyridoxine)
Vitamin B6 is involved in the transformation of protein, fat-soluble vitamins and tryptophan (it helps in its conversion to vitamin B3, or niacin).
Lack of this vitamin causes anemia and skin lesions. It is often transcribed in pre-menstrual disorders, especially in mood changes and abdominal bloating. It also works with the side effects of contraceptive pills.
Vitamin B7 (biotin - vitamin h)
Biotin is involved in the transformation of glucose, thereby stabilizing its level in the blood. Its function in the process of gluconeogenesis is important for diabetics because the vitamin administered on an empty stomach to patients with type II diabetes causes a reduction in blood glucose. It is a kind of carrier of carbon dioxide in metabolic processes. Deficiency symptoms include hair loss, skin inflammation (exfoliation), loss of appetite, nausea and muscle aches.
Vitamin B9 (folic acid)
Regulates the growth and functioning of cells, has a positive effect on the nervous system and brain, has a positive impact on the weight and development of newborns, participates in the transmission of hereditary cell characteristics, ensures the smooth functioning of the liver, stomach and intestines, protects the body against cancer (especially cancer of the uterus), stimulates hematopoietic processes.
Vitamin B12 (cyanocobalamin)
Participates in the production of red blood cells, affects the functioning of the nervous system, allows synthesis in cells, primarily bone marrow provides a good mood, mental balance helps in learning, in attention, plays a role in reproducing the genetic code, affects the skeletal system, stimulates appetite.
1 capsule once a day after a meal.