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B vitamins support heart health in various ways, including maintenance of normal red blood cells, protection of DNA from oxidative damage, and normal homocysteine metabolism.
Homocysteine is a toxic by-product of liver detoxification, with higher levels a known risk factor for heart disease. To regulate homocysteine levels, the body requires methylated forms of vitamins B12, B6 & folate. Dietary intake of these necessary nutrients may not be converting to the active forms due to genetic variants on the MTHFR gene.
The body is reliant on a constant supply of B-vitamins to support the production of energy: vitamins B1, B2, B3 and B5 are required to produce energy from carbohydrates, protein and fats in the diet; vitamin B6 helps break down stored energy from muscles and the liver; vitamin B12 is required for the production of cellular energy in the body.
For those with low energy levels, B-vitamins help to reduce tiredness and fatigue by supporting normal energy-yielding metabolism.
Stress management & mental performance
B-vitamins are often depleted during times of stress, but play a crucial role in stress management. Supporting the adrenal glands is key as they are responsible for helping the body deal with stress effectively. B vitamins also help to support the production of neurotransmitters, which may impact mood.
B5, B6, folate, B12 and vitamin C particularly contribute to psychological functions and mental performance, such as concentration, learning and memory.
Be kind to your health
Dr Jav Nazemi
CEO & Co-Founder