Get Your B's In With Sapien's Total B. (B)enefits abound here - jump on board with these bad boys and take your health to the next level!
B vitamins are plentiful in many fruits, vegetables, and meats. However, adding them to your supplemental intake can have increased benefits across the board, and make up for any dietary areas you might be lacking. Let's have a look at what each of the B's included in Sapien's Total B do for your healthy lifestyle:
B1 helps the body make healthy new cells.
It's essential for glucose metabolism and if often called the anti-stress vitamin for playing a key role, in nerve, muscle and heart function.
The warrior: B2 aka Riboflavin.
TheB2 vitamin works as an antioxidant to help ﬁght free radicals. Cause we all need a little bit of help getting those pesky guys out of our system. Picture Riboflavin as an ancient Spartan warrior taking out the enemy!
B3 is a key nutrient in many processes in the body.
Particularly cholesterol regulation: Up with the good (HDL) and down with the bad (LDL) – as well as lowering triglycerides!
Coming from the Greek word pantothen, meaning “from everywhere” B5 is found in small amounts in just about every food group.
Known to boost the immune system and alleviate conditions like asthma, hair loss, allergies, stress and anxiety, respiratory disorders and heart problems.
B6 for balance.
B6 helps support adrenal function, maintain a healthy nervous system, and is necessary for key metabolic processes. Also a major player in mood and sleep patterns by helping the body produce serotonin, melatonin and the stress hormone, norepinephrine.
B7 for beauty.
Vital for healthy hair, skin and nails, B7 or biotin or the “beauty vitamin” B7 plays a role in a host of metabolic processes that keep you lookin' fly.
B9 to grow the good stuff, and kill the bad.
Total B uses 5-methyltetrahydrofolate calcium (the biologically active form) versus folic acid (the synthetic form) Sapien 1, Folic acid 0.
B9 plays a role in the the prevention of heart disorders, stroke, and cancer, while helping in building muscles, cell enhancement, hemoglobin formation, and support for mental and emotional disorders.
B12, the transporter.
Sapien opted for the biologically active form of this essential B vs the synthetic cobalamin. B12 works with vitamin B9 to produce red blood cells and help iron do its job: creating the oxygen carrying protein, hemoglobin. B12’s focus is aiding the central nervous system – helps to maintain the health of nerve cells and the protective covering of nerves known as myelin sheath.