Bioactive B’s

all your B vitamins
90 Vegan Capsules | 90 day supply
  • Our in-house formula contains only the most bio-available mighty B vitamins.
  • Highly absorbable, these are crucial for energy and crucial for all of your body’s cells and processes.

Boost your energy & immunity with the Bioactive Bs, vegan formula.

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Vitamin B1As Thiamine Hydrochloride - 1.4mg - 127% of daily NRV*

Enhances your cardiovascular health

Fights againts age-related neurodegeneration

Boosts your mood and reduces stress levels

Promotes healthy immune response

Enhances your energy & endurance

Vitamin B2As Riboflavin - 1.6mg - 114% of daily NRV*

Powerful antioxidant effects

Reduces the frequency of migraines

Get energised

Maintains healthy eyesight

Maintains healthy red blood cells and may prevent anemia

Vitamin B3As Nicotinamide - 18mg - 113% of daily NRV*

Boosts your mood

Improves neurological health

Boosts your immune system

Promotes healthy skin

Keeps you energised

Reduces bad cholesterol and increases good cholesterol

Vitamin B5As Calcium Pantothenate - 16mg - 267% of daily NRV*

Improves your digestive system

Enhances your mental performance

Keeps you energised

Critical to the effectiveness of other B vitamins

Skin health boost

Reduces your cholesterol to maintain cardiovascular health

Vitamin B6As Pyridoxine Hydrochloride - 2mg - 143% of daily NRV*

Energy boosting

Protects your psychological function

Improves mood and symptoms of depression

Encourages healthy sleep patterns

Immunity boosting

Reduce risk of heart disease

May prevent and treat anemia

Vitamin B7As Biotin - 150µg - 300% of daily NRV*

Luscious locks

Healthy, hydrated skin

Strong nails

Promotes healthy psychological function and safeguards your nervous system

Feel energised

Reduces bad cholesterol

Vitamin B9As Folic Acid - 200µg - 100% of daily NRV*

Controls gene expression

Healthy red blood cells

Protects your psychological function

Promotes cardiovascular health

Immunity boosting

Energy boosting & endurance enhancing

Promotes infant health

Reduces side effects of certain medicines

Vitamin B12As Methylcobalamin - 100µg - 4,000% of daily NRV*

Fights fatigue

Protects your psychological function and may improve memory

Improves your mood and may help to treat depression

Promotes cardiovascular health

Healthy red blood cells

Promotes health of Mother and Baby

May help bone density

May prevent macular degeneration

Healthy Hair, Skin & Nails

Made in the UK

Nutritional Information

 

Serving Size: 1 Capsule Servings per pouch: 90
Amount per Serving %NRV*
Thiamine (B1) 1.4mg 127%
Riboflavin (B2) 1.6mg 114%
Niacin (B3) 18mg NE 113%
Vitamin B6 2mg 143%
Folic Acid 200µg 100%
Vitamin B12 100µg 4000%
Biotin 150µg 300%
Pantothenic Acid (B5) 16mg 267%
PABA 30mg **
* Nutrient Reference Value ** No NRV established

 

Ingredients

Rice Flour, Capsule Shell (HPMC), Para-Aminobenzoic Acid (PABA), Nicotinamide, Calcium Pantothenate, Pyridoxine HCl, Thiamine HCl, Riboflavin, Folic Acid, Biotin, Vitamin B12 (Methylcobalamin)

  • Non-GMO
  • Vegan
  • Allergen Free
  • Additive Free
  • Gluten Free
  • Dairy Free
  • Free from nuts
  • Free from artificial preservatives, colours, flavours & sweeteners
  • Free from sugar, salt, starch & soya
  • This product has been manufactured in the UK to the highest standards (GMP certified)

Directions

Take 1 capsule daily with a meal or as directed by a healthcare professional.

Vitamin B1

Enhances your cardiovascular health

Vitamin B1 contributes to the normal functioning of the heart and is essential in the production of Acetylcholine, a neurotransmitter which is crucial to maintaining cardiovascular health, reducing the likelihood of certain cardiovascular conditions and regulating heartbeat. B1 appears to lower blood pressure, which reduces the risk of chronic hypertension.

 

Enhances your energy & endurance

Contributes to normal energy-yielding metabolism ensuring your body is able to convert the food and drink you consume into energy. Thiamine is involved in multiple metabolic processes throughout the body.

 

Fights againts age-related neurodegeneration

Vitamin B1 supplementation appears to be beneficial for every type of Dementia, especially those with Alzheimer’s disease.

 
 

Promotes healthy immune response

Boosts your mood and reduces stress levels

Contributes to the normal function of the nervous system. Considered highly effective in combatting stress. By consequence, Thiamine is beneficial to your immunity and overall psychological wellbeing.

 
 

Vitamin B2

Powerful antioxidant effects

Vitamin B2 is often overlooked for its antioxident effect. Antioxidants protect your cells and tissues from oxidative stress caused by free radicals and toxic pollutants. Free radicals can over time build up and contribute to diseases such as cancer, neurodegenerative disease, heart disease, and arthritis.

Maintains healthy eyesight

Vitamin B2 has been found to prevent our eyes sensitivity to light whilst also contributing to the maintenance of normal, healthy vision. Studies also allude to Riboflavin’s role in our eyes’ ability to see in, and adapt to darkness.

 

Reduces the frequency of migraines

Research suggests a positive correlation between maintaining sufficient Riboflavin and the reduction in both risk and frequency of migraines.

 
 
 

Maintains healthy red blood cells and may prevent anemia

Riboflavin is required by your body for the maintenance of normal red blood cells; contributing to the normal metabolism of iron in the body and so may play a role in preventing anaemia.

 
 

Get energised

Vitamin B2 contributes to the reduction of tiredness and fatigue. B2 helps to break down fats, proteins and carbohydrates, providing your body with a steady supply of energy.

 
 

Vitamin B3

Boosts your mood

Contributes to the normal function of the nervous system, helping to reduce stress and therefore improving mood. Vitamin B3 is used by your body to produce the enzymes NAD and NADP, vital to both your nervous and metabolic systems. Various adverse psychiatric symptoms are associated with Niacin deficiency.

 

Promotes healthy skin

Improves your skin health by protecting you from the damaging effects of UV rays. Studies indicate Niacin may help to prevent certain types of skin cancer.

 

Improves neurological health

Keeps you energised

Contributes to the reduction of tiredness and fatigue.

 
 

Boosts your immune system

Supports a healthy immune system by maintaining your body’s natural defences. Contributes to the maintenance of normal mucus membranes in your internal organs, helping to trap bacteria and other infectious agents.

 
 

Reduces bad cholesterol and increases good cholesterol

Vitamin B3 has been used to treat high cholesterol for over 50 years, especially in those that have an intolerance to statins. Studies indicate that Vitamin B3 reduces harmful forms of cholesterol (such as LDL-C) and increases good cholesterol levels (HDL-C), improving your cardiovascular health. Niacin may also help reduce oxidative stress and inflammation, which can lead to the hardening of your arteries.

 
 

Vitamin B5

Improves your digestive system

Vitamin B5 improves digestive systems and function by synthesising digestive enzymes.

 

Critical to the effectiveness of other B vitamins

Vitamin B5 contributes to the normal synthesis and metabolism of steroid hormones, neurotransmitters and Vitamin D, allowing your cells to reproduce and repair. B vitamins require pantothenic acid to be truly effective. Collectively, B vitamins help to keep your brain, heart, hair, skin and liver healthy.

 

Enhances your mental performance

Vitamin B5 is vital in assisting your brain to produce neurotransmitters. Severe cases of Vitamin B5 deficiency can lead to brain fog and more serious neurological impairment.

 
 
 

Skin health boost

Vitamin B5 has both antibacterial and skin-softening qualities.

 
 

Keeps you energised

Transforms carbohydrates into glucose, which your body uses to provide you with energy.

 
 

Reduces your cholesterol to maintain cardiovascular health

Pantothenic acid reduces bad cholesterol. If bad cholesterol is left alone, your arteries can harden and you are at risk of stroke and / or heart attack.

 
 

Vitamin B6

Energy boosting

Vitamin B6 is involved in Glycogenolysis and Gluconeogenesis. Glycogenolysis is the process whereby glycogen is broken down to glucose (the bodies preferred energy source) and dispersed throughout the body to provide energy. Gluconeogenesis refers to the bodies ability to produce glucose from amino acids, lactate and glycerol when glycogen stores are depleted so as to maintain performance.

Encourages healthy sleep patterns

Improves mood and symptoms of depression

May prevent and treat anemia

B6 is essential in the production of haemoglobin in the blood. Haemoglobin is a protein that delivers oxygen to your cells. When low this results in your cells not getting sufficient oxygen. Often, the result of this deficiency is anaemia and weakness. B6 supplementation may therefore be helpful in preventing and treating anemia caused by deficiency.

Immunity boosting

Vitamin B6 promotes the production of lymphocytes and interleukin-2. Lymphocytes are white blood cells and one of the main types of immune cells that are crucial in protecting your body from infections caused by viruses, fungi, parasites and bacteria. Interleukin-2 regulates the activities of white blood cells responsible for immunity.

Protects your psychological function

Vitamin B6 plays a significant role in mood regulation. Vitamin B6 is required by the body to create neurotransmitters that regulate emotions and mood, including serotonin, dopamine and gama-aminobutyric acid (GABA). One study found that B6 deficiency doubled the likelihood of depression. B6 is also believed to decrease levels of the non essential amino acid, homocysteine in your blood. High levels of this substance have been linked to depression and other neurodegenerative illness.

Reduce risk of heart disease

B6 decreases elevated levels of homocysteine associated with multiple diseases, including heart disease. B6 is also suggested to reduce bad cholesterol so may provide a host of cardiovascular benefits. Research shows that B6 deficiency can double the risk of heart disease.

Vitamin B7

Luscious locks

Maintaining sufficient levels of Biotin is crucial for healthy, strong hair. Common signs of deficiency include hair loss. Biotin supplementation in deficient individuals has been been shown to increase hair follicle strength.

Promotes healthy psychological function and safeguards your nervous system

Research indicates that Biotin is crucial to the body’s ability to synthesise Myelin. Myelin is a substance that coats and protects nerve fibres within your nervous system. Deterioration of this protective sheath leads to debilitating conditions such as Multiple Sclerosis (MS) which causes communication problems between your brain and the rest of your body, eventually resulting in severe pain and permanent damage or deterioration of the nerves.

Healthy, hydrated skin

Biotin helps to maintain the mucus membranes of the skin whilst also playing a crucial role in metabolising fat, essential for maintaining healthy skin. Biotin deficiency can lead to red, scaly rashes.

Feel energised

Biotin helps your body convert food into energy, supporting a number of enzymes involved in the breakdown of carbs, fats and proteins.

Strong nails

Biotin has been shown to improve nail strength and health, especially in those deficient. Research suggests that regular supplementation in accordance with recommended intake, for a sustained period of time has led to an increase of nail thickness by up to 25%.

Reduces bad cholesterol

Biotin reduces LDL-C cholesterol levels, reducing your risk of atherosclerosis (hardening of the arteries).

Vitamin B9

Controls gene expression

Critical to the synthesis and repair of your RNA and DNA, as well as having a role in the process of cell division helping your cells to repair and grow.

Promotes cardiovascular health

Homocysteine is an amino acid produced when proteins are broken down. Vitamin B9 (Folic acid), alongside B6 and B12 break down Homocysteine and synthesise other substances beneficial to your body. High levels of Homocysteine contribute to multiple cardiovascular diseases and indicate B9 deficiency. Ensuring you have sufficient levels of Vitamin B12, B6 and B9 is crucial to reducing levels of Homocysteine in your body.

Promotes infant health

Folic acid helps your unborn baby’s brain, skull and spinal cord develop healthily to avoid neural tube defects such as Spina Bifida and Anencephaly. Neural tube defects occur in the first month of pregnancy, often before a woman knows that she is pregnant. You should therefore take Folic Acid supplements if there is any chance you might conceive a baby.

Healthy red blood cells

Folic acid contributes to the maturation of red blood cells.

Protects your psychological function

Vitamin B9 is believed to decrease the levels of amino acid Homocysteine in the blood. Heightened levels of Homocysteine have been linked to depression, other psychiatric illnesses and neurodegenerative conditions. Studies have shown that folate based supplements may reduce symptoms of depression and schizophrenia when used in conjuntion with prescribed medications.

Immunity boosting

Inadequate levels of vitamin B9, as well as other B vitamins, can materially alter immune responses by affecting the production of nucleic acid (protein synthesis), interfering with metabolic processes and even inhibiting the activity of immune cells.

Reduces side effects of certain medicines

Folic acid is known to assist in reducing common side effects caused by pharmaceutical treatments such as Methotrexate, used to treat Arthritis, Crohn’s Disease and Psoriasis. Additionally some such treatments especially for Rheumatoid Arthritis cause Folic Acid deficiency, so it is crucial to supplement with Folic Acid when you are taking these medications.

Energy boosting & endurance enhancing

Folic acid, like all 8 B vitamins help the body to convert carbohydrates into glucose. B9 helps your body transmit glucose to your organs and tissues, providing you with energy, endurance, as well as allowing for cellular repair and development.

Vitamin B12

Fights fatigue

Vitamin B12 helps the body convert carbohydrates into glucose. Your body utilises gluecose as energy. B12 deficiency has long been associated with low energy levels.

Promotes cardiovascular health

Homocysteine is an amino acid produced when proteins are broken down. Vitamin B6, B9 and B12 break down Homocysteine and synthesise other substances beneficial to your body. High levels of Homocysteine contribute to multiple cardiovascular diseases and indicate deficiency. Ensuring you have sufficient levels of Vitamin B6, B9 and B12 is crucial to reducing levels of Homocysteine in your body.

May help bone density

Vitamin B12 deficiency may cause lower than normal bone mineral density. Research also indicates a strong correlation between B12 deficiency and a heightened risk of osteoporosis, especially in women.

Protects your psychological function and may improve memory

Vitamin B12 helps to prevent the loss of neurons in the brain, known as brain atrophy. Brain atrophy is associated with memory loss and Dementia. Deficiency in B12 has been shown to contribute to poor memory performance. Studies indicate that B12 supplementation can help to slow mental decline.

Healthy red blood cells

Vitamin B12 is vital to healthy red blood cell production. Deficiency causes red blood cells to become larger and misshapen meaning they struggle to move freely through your arteries and veins, preventing your blood from transporting oxygen to your organs and tissues. This condition is called Megaloblastic Anemia.

May prevent macular degeneration

Maintaining adequate levels of B12 may assist in the prevention of age-related macular degeneration.

Improves your mood and may help to treat depression

B12 plays a crucial role in synthesizing and matabolising serotonin, a chemical responsible for regulating mood. B12 deficiency has been associated with twice the risk of severe depression. Studies have shown that B12 supplements may reduce symptoms of depression and schizophrenia when used in conjuntion with prescribed medications.

Promotes health of Mother and Baby

Research suggests that a fetus’ brain and nervous system require sufficient B12 levels from the mother to develop properly. B12 deficiency in the beginning stages of pregnancy may increase the risk of birth defects and contribute to premature birth or miscarriage.

Healthy Hair, Skin & Nails

Adequate levels of B12 are needed to promote healthy skin, hair and nails. Deficiency can cause hyperpigmentation, nail discolouration, hair changes and vitiligo.

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