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What Is In a “B-Complex” Supplement?
     • There are eight distinct B vitamins (listed below with their primary actions).   A multivitamin or B-Complex supplement generally contains all eight of these, but in varying amounts.  The B vitamins perform a multitude of essential functions in the body including: the support and maintenance of metabolism, immune system support,  nervous system support, the making of red blood cells and prevention of anemia, as well as the maintenance of healthy skin, hair, nails, muscle, and bone.  A deficiency in one or more of these vitamins can lead to serious health problems.
     • Vitamin B1 (thiamine)-thiamine is essential for proper nervous system function.  A deficiency in this vitamin can cause permanent damage of the nerves; and, can also cause chronic pain, swelling, severe weakness and fatigue.
Vitamin B2 (riboflavin)-riboflavin is necessary for adequate liver function and the metabolism of fats, carbohydrates, and protein.  This is the substance that causes the yellow color of the vitamin supplement (and urine when it is excreted).  A riboflavin deficiency can cause severe mouth ulcers, dry/cracked lips, dry/scaling skin, and anemia.
     • Vitamin B3 (niacin)-niacin is necessary for cardiac health and is given as a supplement to lower cholesterol and raise HDL (“good cholesterol”) levels.  It is also necessary for vitamin C metabolism.  A niacin deficiency can cause irritability, depression, slowed metabolism, and diarrhea. 

     • Vitamin B5 (pantothenic acid)-pantothenic acid is necessary for the metabolism of proteins, carbohydrates, and fats.  A deficiency in this can cause fatigue, irritability, muscle weakness and cramps.
     • Vitamin B6 (pyridoxine)-pyridoxine is necessary for nerve and blood cell synthesis.  It is given as a supplement to treat peripheral neuropathy (progressive nerve damage and pain).  A deficiency in this vitamin can cause nerve damage, anemia, seizures, and mouth sores.
     • Vitamin B7 (biotin)-biotin is necessary to maintain healthy skin, hair, and muscle.  It is often recommended as a supplement to strengthen hair and nails.  A biotin deficiency is rare.  However, the symptoms of a deficiency are hair loss, dry skin, lethargy, and numbness/tingling of the extremities.
     • Vitamin B9 (folic acid/folate)-folic acid is necessary for the production of healthy red blood and nerve cells.  It is often given in combination with iron to treat anemia.  It is important to check B12 levels before taking folate as this may mask a B12 deficiency.  A folate deficiency may cause anemia, nerve damage, lethargy, shortness of breath, and diarrhea.
     • Vitamin B12 (cyanocobalamin/methylcobalamin)-vitamin B12 is necessary for nerve and blood cell production.  A deficiency in this vitamin can cause nerve damage, anemia, and lethargy.  It has also been given to treat chronic fatigue syndrome and depression.

This is just a brief overview of the many functions of the B vitamins.  I encourage you to research them more on your own.  At Turney Healthcare, we separate the B12 (in the form of methylcobalamin) from the rest of the B-Complex vitamins so that patients receive a full dose of each vitamin.  

The top 5 health benefits of vitamin B 12 are:

           • It is needed to convert carbohydrates into glucose in the body, thus leading to energy production and a decrease in fatigue and lethargy in the body.

           • It helps in healthy regulation of the nervous system, reducing depression, stress, and brain shrinkage.

           • It helps maintain a healthy digestive system. Vitamin B12 also protects against heart disease by curbing and improving unhealthy cholesterol levels, protecting against stroke, and high blood pressure.

           • It is essential for healthy skin, hair, and nails. It helps in cell reproduction and constant renewal of the skin.

           • Vitamin B 12 helps protect against cancers including breast, colon, lung, and prostate cancer.


             This is just a brief overview of the many benefits that vitamin B12 carries. We encourage you to do additional research on vitamin B12.

What Is In a “B-Complex” Supplement?
     • There are eight distinct B vitamins (listed below with their primary actions).   A multivitamin or B-Complex supplement generally contains all eight of these, but in varying amounts.  The B vitamins perform a multitude of essential functions in the body including: the support and maintenance of metabolism, immune system support,  nervous system support, the making of red blood cells and prevention of anemia, as well as the maintenance of healthy skin, hair, nails, muscle, and bone.  A deficiency in one or more of these vitamins can lead to serious health problems.
     • Vitamin B1 (thiamine)-thiamine is essential for proper nervous system function.  A deficiency in this vitamin can cause permanent damage of the nerves; and, can also cause chronic pain, swelling, severe weakness and fatigue.
Vitamin B2 (riboflavin)-riboflavin is necessary for adequate liver function and the metabolism of fats, carbohydrates, and protein.  This is the substance that causes the yellow color of the vitamin supplement (and urine when it is excreted).  A riboflavin deficiency can cause severe mouth ulcers, dry/cracked lips, dry/scaling skin, and anemia.
     • Vitamin B3 (niacin)-niacin is necessary for cardiac health and is given as a supplement to lower cholesterol and raise HDL (“good cholesterol”) levels.  It is also necessary for vitamin C metabolism.  A niacin deficiency can cause irritability, depression, slowed metabolism, and diarrhea. (Continued Below)



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     • Vitamin B5 (pantothenic acid)-pantothenic acid is necessary for the metabolism of proteins, carbohydrates, and fats.  A deficiency in this can cause fatigue, irritability, muscle weakness and cramps.
     • Vitamin B6 (pyridoxine)-pyridoxine is necessary for nerve and blood cell synthesis.  It is given as a supplement to treat peripheral neuropathy (progressive nerve damage and pain).  A deficiency in this vitamin can cause nerve damage, anemia, seizures, and mouth sores.
     • Vitamin B7 (biotin)-biotin is necessary to maintain healthy skin, hair, and muscle.  It is often recommended as a supplement to strengthen hair and nails.  A biotin deficiency is rare.  However, the symptoms of a deficiency are hair loss, dry skin, lethargy, and numbness/tingling of the extremities.
     • Vitamin B9 (folic acid/folate)-folic acid is necessary for the production of healthy red blood and nerve cells.  It is often given in combination with iron to treat anemia.  It is important to check B12 levels before taking folate as this may mask a B12 deficiency.  A folate deficiency may cause anemia, nerve damage, lethargy, shortness of breath, and diarrhea.
     
• Vitamin B12 (cyanocobalamin/methylcobalamin)-vitamin B12 is necessary for nerve and blood cell production.  A deficiency in this vitamin can cause nerve damage, anemia, and lethargy.  It has also been given to treat chronic fatigue syndrome and depression.

This is just a brief overview of the many functions of the B vitamins.  We encourage you to research them more on your own.  At Turney Healthcare, we separate the B12 (in the form of methylcobalamin) from the rest of the B-Complex vitamins so that patients receive a full dose of each vitamin.  


The top 5 health benefits of vitamin B 12 are:

           • It is needed to convert carbohydrates into glucose in the body, thus leading to energy production and a decrease in fatigue and lethargy in the body.

           • It helps in healthy regulation of the nervous system, reducing depression, stress, and brain shrinkage.

           • It helps maintain a healthy digestive system. Vitamin B12 also protects against heart disease by curbing and improving unhealthy cholesterol levels, protecting against stroke, and high blood pressure.

           • It is essential for healthy skin, hair, and nails. It helps in cell reproduction and constant renewal of the skin.

           • Vitamin B 12 helps protect against cancers including breast, colon, lung, and prostate cancer.


             This is just a brief overview of the many benefits that vitamin B12 carries. We encourage you to do additional research on vitamin B12.

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