B Vitamins- why they matter
Noggin vitamins and minerals supplements contain a multivitamin and mineral complex, including all 8 forms of vitamin B, to help support energy levels and your immune system.
The 8 forms of vitamin B are:
• thiamin (vitamin B1)
• riboflavin (vitamin B2)
• niacin (vitamin B3)
• pantothenic acid
• vitamin B6
• biotin (vitamin B7)
• folate and folic acid (B9)
• vitamin B12
B vitamins are important for making sure the body’s cells are functioning properly.
They help the body convert food into energy (metabolism), create new blood cells, and maintain healthy skin cells, brain cells, and other body tissues.
Noggin vitamins and minerals are formulated to help support your energy production for active lifestyles and to support overall brain health.
Our Noggin supplements contain all 8 forms of vitamin B including folic acid, biotin and one of the most active and naturally occurring form of vitamin B12, Methycobalamin.
They also contains zinc, vitamin D ( as recommended by NHS guidance) and vitamin C for immune support master antioxidant- Glutathione- helps to support our bodies abilities to process toxins and boost overall health.
The B vitamin family are renowned for energy production and your brain is responsible for 20% of all your body’s energy so sometimes it needs some help – B vitamins are crucial in helping our brains be at their best.
Our bodies can’t store vitamin B for very long, so we need to refuel daily.
Dietary sources of vitamins and minerals are always the best way of obtaining what we need but it can be hard to ensure we are getting enough of what we need all of the time. And sometimes we are at more risk of specific deficiencies depending on our lifestyle, for example, older people and those following vegetarian diets are often more at risk of Vitamin B12 deficiency.
For more, including dietary sources of vitamin B
Nutrition is such a key part of our health and keeping ourselves well we will be focusing on difference nutrients all this week and next to give the headlines on what is important for brain health and why
Dr Clara Russell