Vitamin B Complex
Thiamine | Riboflavin | Niacin | Pantothenic Acid | Pyridoxine | Biotin | Folic Acid | Cobalamin
Vitamin B Helps prevent infections and helps support or promote:
* Growth of Red Blood Cells * Good Digestion
* Energy Levels * Proper Nerve Function
* Hormones and Cholesterol Production * Cardiovascular Health
* Healthy Brain Function * Muscle Tone
Vitamin C, also known as ascorbic acid, is a water-soluble nutrient found in some foods. In the body, it acts as an antioxidant, helping to protect cells from the damage caused by free radicals. Free radicals are compounds formed when our bodies convert the food we eat into energy.
Vitamin C helps support or prevent:
* Strong Antioxidant * Lowers Heart Disease Risks
* Reduce High Blood Pressure * Prevents Iron Deficiencies
Calcium is a chemical element that is essential for living organisms, including humans. It is the most abundant mineral in the body and vital for good health. We need to consume a certain amount of calcium to build and maintain strong bones and healthy communication between the brain and other parts of the body.
Calcium helps support:
* Bone Health * Blood Clotting
* Muscle Contraction * Co-Factor for Enzymes
Potassium is a mineral that’s found in the foods you eat. It is also an electrolyte. Electrolytes conduct electrical impulses throughout the body.
Potassium assists essential body functions such as:
* Blood Pressure * Nerve Impulses
* Muscle Contractions * Digestion
* Heart Rhythm * PH Balance
Potassium isn’t produced naturally by the body, so it’s important to consume the right balance of potassium rich foods and beverages.
* Whole Grains * Nuts
* Lean Meats * Vegetables
* Beans * Fruits
Magnesium is a mineral that's crucial to the body's function. Magnesium helps keep blood pressure normal, bones strong, and the heart rhythm steady.
Experts say that many people in the U.S. aren't eating enough foods with magnesium. Adults who consume less than the recommended amount of magnesium are more likely to have elevated inflammation markers. Inflammation, in turn, has been associated with major health conditions such as heart disease, diabetes, and certain cancers. Also, low magnesium appears to be a risk factor for osteoporosis. There's some evidence that eating foods high in magnesium and other minerals can help prevent high blood pressure in people with prehypertension.
Intravenous or injected magnesium is used to treat other conditions, such as eclampsia during pregnancy and severe asthma attacks. Magnesium is also the main ingredient in many antacids and laxatives.