B vitamins power the chemical reactions needed for many different bodily functions including making/repairing immune system antibodies and DNA.  B vitamins are crucial for optimal energy levels, but they don’t directly supply your body with fuel. They enable your body to use the energy found in macronutrients (fat, carbs, and protein). 

B vitamins play an important part in your overall health:

  • Cellular metabolism and energy production

  • Making new red blood cells

  • Proper functioning of the brain and nervous system

  • A healthy appetite and digestion

  • Heart health

While each B vitamin has its own specific qualities, B complex prevents imbalances among them and allows individual B vitamins to work synergistically to:

  • Break down fat and protein from food

  • Convert carbs into energy

  • Maintain digestive and oral health

  • Support the health of your skin, hair, eyes, and liver