The synergistic relationships between cell-ready B vitamins are VITAL to reach and maintain the high quality of life, health, and vitality we crave. Drop the incomplete formulas, synthetic ingredients, fillers, and other junk that get in the way of your true potential.
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B1 – Thiamine
Thiamine is important in energy metabolism, the growth and function of cells, and helps reduce advanced glycation end-products that contribute to the development and progression of several degenerative diseases.
BenfoPure® Benfotiamine has been extensively studied and often prescribed in Europe to treat diabetes, inflammation, and peripheral neuropathy.
B2 – Riboflavin 5′-Phosphate
Vital in the maintenance of the body’s energy supply and the metabolism of fats and sugars. B2 is also used to synthesize red blood cells and in the production and regulation of certain hormones.
B3 – NADH (Nicotinamide Adenine Dinucleotide + Hydrogen)
Adequate niacin intake supports healthy circulation, stomach acid levels, mental stability and function, and the digestion of carbs, fats, and proteins.
Niacin is converted by all bodily tissues into the coenzyme Nicotinamide Adenine Dinucleotide – the most common metabolically active form that is used in over 400 enzyme reactions throughout the body.
B6 – Pyridoxal 5′-Phosphate (P5P)
P5P is the naturally bioactive form of B6 that skips right over the conversion stage that synthetic B6 must undergo within the body and goes to work right away. Vitamin B6 helps increase both physical and mental energy and supports lowered homocysteine levels.
PANMOL® NADH is a reduced form of niacin protected from light and oxygen exposure which allows it to maintain its potency and effectiveness when blended with other supplements or ingredients.
B9 – Folate
Folate is involved in protein metabolism and may provide relief from depression and anxiety. It is also essential in managing homocysteine levels and supporting RNA/DNA synthesis and cellular repair. Pregnant women are urged to consume adequate folate to help regulate fetal nerve cell function and prevent premature birth.
L-5-MTHF (L-5-Mithyltetryhydrofolate) is a cell-ready form used in over 200 enzymatic reactions provided under the branded name Metafolin® and is the only form shown to cross the elusive blood-brain barrier to support the central nervous system.
Folinic Acid, commonly seen under the prescription name “Leucovorin”, is preferred in clinical settings over synthetic folic acid because it results in higher blood plasma concentrations and is effective in individuals with MTHFR mutations.
B12 – Cobalamin
B12 promotes red blood cell formation and a reduced risk of anemia and mental decline as well as supporting emotional wellbeing and natural energy production.
Our B-Complex includes two essential bioactive forms, Methylcobalamin and Adenosylcobalamin, to offer a comprehensive range of benefits.
Methylcobalamin supports DNA/RNA production, liver health and detoxification, neurotransmitter production and regulation, and the metabolism of fats, estrogen, and histamine.
Adenosylcobalamin is used in cellular mitochondria to convert the foods we eat into the energy (ATP) our bodies run on.
B5 – Pantothenic Acid
Also known as “pantothenate”, B5 is used in the conversion of food into energy, the production of red blood cells and hormones, and wound healing.
Pantesin® Pantethine is a pharmaceutical-grade, active form of pantothenic acid chosen for its bioavailability and extensive scientific backing in its ability to help improve cholesterol and triglyceride levels.
B7 – Biotin
Biotin is known as the “hair & skin” vitamin due to its discovery being linked to unexplained hair loss and inflamed skin as deficiency symptoms for a previously unknown vitamin. B7 is used in the creation of energy from fats and carbohydrates, cellular growth and repair, and protein synthesis.
Benefits of Super-Potency Bioactive B-Complex
Frustrated with B Vitamin supplements that don’t help you feel any different?
Our foods are “fortified” with B vitamins and yet, many of us continue to struggle with deficiencies without explanation. The sad truth is the nutrients used by the food industry are synthetic forms because they are inexpensive and offer a key marketing claim – “Fortified with Vitamins & Minerals”. This leads us to supplements, but the majority of B vitamin supplements available offer the same synthetic forms as our foods.
Synthetic B vitamins are not readily usable in the body and must undergo a transformation once absorbed. This transformation, commonly known as methylation, uses pre-existing cellular energy and pulls nutritional resources from elsewhere in the body. That is if it is possible to complete this process at all. We now know that a large portion of the population can’t benefit from the cheap, synthetic forms used in the food industry and inferior supplements.
An estimated 45-50% of the population now have gene variants that negatively impact methylation cycles and prevent synthetic nutrient conversions.
Supplementing with the correct, biologically active vitamin forms and essential cofactors is crucial to not only feeling the difference but also seeing the difference. Here at Mother Earth Labs, we have extensively researched all available forms of each B-vitamin to ensure we are delivering a product that surpasses all others on the market in its range of benefits, effectiveness, and cost.
Our Super-Potency B-Complex offers a powerful line-up of clinically-studied B vitamin forms in synergistically balanced ratios to provide full-body support without stealing resources from other areas of the body.
B vitamins work synergistically together and a deficiency in one usually signals a deficiency in another.
Although deficiencies express themselves differently for each person, there are some that tend to pop up more frequently than others and may be attributed to more than one B-vitamin.
Today, there are several reasons a person may become deficient in B-vitamins. These deficiencies are most often seen in athletes, those with chronic stress, the elderly, vegetarians and vegans, those with poor absorption and chronic digestive conditions such as Crohn’s Disease, Leaky Gut, and Celiac Disease, as well as individuals with MTHFR (methylation) gene mutations.
Deficiencies can occur even when supplementing with B vitamins. For individuals with certain MTHFR gene mutations, synthetic vitamins such as folic acid (synthetic folate) or cyanocobalamin (synthetic B12 made from cyanide) cannot be converted into usable forms. Our bodies then have no choice but to treat these forms as toxins that need to be removed, in the process adding strain to our natural detoxification pathways. In short, for these individuals, supplementing with synthetic forms offers no benefit and instead steals energy and resources needed for other biochemical processes.