B-100 Ultra Complex TR Time Release 100 Tablets
Each nutrient in the B Complex performs a unique role in maintaining proper metabolic functioning and is essential for well being.** When taken together in a complex formula, the B Vitamins help to maintain the health of the nervous system, skin, eyes and hair.** Time release, tablet form; 100 mg each of 11 B Vitamins. Adults can take one tablet daily with a meal.
• Improved mood
• Healthy immune function
• Powerful antioxidant
• Nervous System Health
• Promotes Energy Metabolism
• Supports cardiovascular health
• Support and increase the rate of metabolism
• Maintain healthy skin and muscle tone
• Enhance immune and nervous system function
• Promoting a healthy mood
• Shown to be a great source of energy
• Normal functioning of the nervous system
• Supports carbohydrate metabolism
• Supports cardiovascular health
• Help people that suffer from stress and fatigue by supporting healthy relaxation and energy levels
The Ultra Vitamin B-Complex is made up of several vitamins that work well together to support nervous system health and energy metabolism. Each nutrient in this powerful blend performs a unique role in promoting proper metabolic function. Folic Acid is part of a triad of vitamins- along with vitamin B-6 and vitamin B-12 that support heart health. B-100
Specially formulated to provide a gradual release of B Vitamins over a prolonged period of time for maximum nutritional benefit.
B-complex vitamins are coenzymes involved in energy production. They are an important factor in the process of the conversion of carbohydrates to glucose and are also involved in the metabolism of fats and proteins. B vitamins may be helpful in relieving
symptoms of depression and anxiety. It is particularly important for elderly people to get adequate intake of the B vitamins due to the fact that absorption of these nutrients decrease with age.
The vitamin B complex consists of eight water soluble vitamins. The B vitamins work together to boost metabolism, enhance the immune system and nervous system, keep the skin and muscles healthy, encourage cell growth and division, and other benefits to your body. Brewer's yeast is one of the best sources of the B vitamins.
B1, known as thiamine, serves as a catalyst in carbohydrate metabolism and helps synthesize nerve-regulating substances. Deficiency can cause heart swelling, leg cramps, and muscular weakness. Rich food sources high in thiamine include liver, heart, and kidney meats, eggs, leafy green vegetables, nuts, legumes, berries, wheat germs, and enriched cereals. The Recommended Dietary Allowance (RDA) is 1.5 mg. Some believe thiamine helps protect against alcoholism and that it is good for depression, stress, and anxiety. It is also said to improve mental ability and to help indigestion.
B2, or riboflavin, helps metabolize fats, carbohydrates, and respiratory proteins. A deficiency can result in skin lesions and light sensitivity. Riboflavins are abundant in mushrooms, milk, meat, liver, dark green vegetables, and enriched cereals, pasta, and bread. The RDA is 1.3 mg for adults. The vitamin is good for the skin, nails, eyes, mouths, lips, and tongue, and it is believed to help protect against cancer.
B3—also known as niacin, vitamin P, or vitamin PP—helps release energy from nutrients. It can reduce cholesterol and prevent and treat arteriosclerosis, among other benefits. Too little B3 can result in pellagra, a disease with symptoms that include sunburn, diarrhea, irritability, swollen tongue, and mental confusion. Too much B3 can result in liver damage. Food sources rich in niacin are chicken, salmon, tuna, liver, nuts, dried peas, enriched cereals, and dried beans. The RDA is 14-18 mg per day for adults.
B5, or Pantothenic acid, has a role in the metabolism of fats, carbohydrates, and proteins. It is most abundant in eggs, whole grain cereals, legumes, and meat, although it is found in some quantity in nearly every food. The RDA is 10 mg. Deficiency can result in fatigue, allergies, nausea, and abdominal pain.
Vitamin B6, or pyridoxine, helps the body to absorb and metabolize amino acids, to use fats, and to form red blood cells. Deficiency in the vitamin may result in smooth tongue, skin disorders, dizziness, nausea, anemia, convulsions, and kidney stones. Whole grains, bread, liver, green beans, spinach, avocadoes, and bananas are rich food sources that are high in this vitamin. The RDA ranges from 1.3 to 2 mg depending on age and gender.
B7—also known as Biotin or vitamin H, helps form fatty acids and assists in the release of energy from carbohydrates. There have been no cases of deficiency among humans. The RDA is 30 µg.
B9, or folic acid, sometimes goes by the name of vitamin M or vitamin B-c. Folic acid enables the body to form hemoglobin. It helps treat anemia and sprue. Good food sources include leafy green vegetables, nuts, whole grains, legumes, and organ meets. However, bear in mind that folic acid is lost when foods are stored at room temperature or cooked. Deficiency is rare, although folic acid is particularly important in pregnancy. Consuming adequate folic acid before and during pregnancy helps prevent neural tube defects in newborns, including spina bifida. The RDA for both men and women is 400 micrograms, but women who are pregnant or planning to become pregnant should consume 600 micrograms a day. When breastfeeding, the recommendation is 500 micrograms.
Vitamin B12, also known as Cobalamin or Cyanocobalamin, assists the function of the nervous system and the formation of red blood cells. If the body is unable to absorb sufficient B12, pernicious anemia can result. B12 can only be found in animal sources such as eggs, milk, fish, meat, and liver. Therefore, vegetarians are strongly encouraged to supplement. The RDA for adult males and females is 2.4 µg.
Serving Size 1 Tablet
Amount Per Serving % Daily Value
Thiamin 100 mg 6,667%
(Vitamin B-1) (as Thiamin Mononitrate)
Riboflavin (Vitamin B-2) 100 mg 5,882%
Niacin (as Niacinamide) 100 mg 500%
Vitamin B-6 100 mg 5,000%
(as Pyridoxine Hydrochloride)
Folic Acid 400 mcg 100%
Vitamin B-12 100 mcg 1,667%
Biotin (as d-Biotin) 100 mcg 33%
Pantothenic Acid 100 mg 1,000%
(as d-Calcium Pantothenate)
PABA 100 mg *
Inositol 100 mg *
Choline Bitartrate 100 mg *
Proprietary Blend 1 mg *
(Alfalfa, Watercress, Parsley, Soy Lecithin and Rice Bran)
Hypromellose, Cellulose (Plant Origin), Silica, Mannitol, Vegetable Magnesium Stearate, Dicalcium Phosphate, Cellulose Coating, Maltodextrin.
No Artificial Color or Flavor, No Preservatives, No Sugar, No Milk, No Lactose, No Gluten, No Wheat, No Yeast, No Fish, Sodium Free.
For adults, take one (1) tablet daily, preferably with a meal. As a reminder, discuss the supplements and medications you take with your health care providers. Coated for ease of swallowing.