Super B Energy Complex Softgels
Super B Energy Complex Softgels
Super B Energy Complex Softgels

Super B Energy Complex Softgels

Make way for something super. Super B Energy Complex that is. It helps convert the food you eat into cellular energy. Certain B vitamins are also necessary for normal function of the nervous system.
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  • Helps convert food into cellular energy
  • Supports normal function of the nervous system
Disclaimer: †These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.

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What this Supplement is

Nature Made® Super B Energy Complex helps convert the food you eat into cellular energy. B vitamins are also necessary for normal function of the nervous system. Made with no synthetic dyes and colors derived from natural sources. And made to make you just a little more super.


What's in our Super B Energy Complex Softgels


Amount per Unit:

  • No Synthetic Dyes - Colors Derived from Natural Sources
  • No Artificial Flavors
  • No Preservatives
  • Gluten Free

What dietary shortfalls does this product address?

B vitamins play a supportive role when it comes to the energy-producing pathways of the body.† They allow our cellular energy processes to work efficiently in order to provide us with the cellular energy we need to carry out our day.† B vitamins become especially important during illness, rigorous exercise and in times of stress. During these times, B vitamins may be excreted more rapidly from our body, thereby increasing our requirement.


Where do we normally get this product from?

One can get these B vitamins from a variety of whole grains, dark, leafy vegetables, meat, eggs, legumes and seeds/nuts.


Who might need to take this product?

Easy. Anyone looking for a cool little supplement that helps support cellular energy production.†


Suggested Use: Adults, take 1 softgel daily with water and a meal.


No two people are alike, so if you are taking medications you should be aware that potential drug-nutrient interactions may occur. Consult a healthcare professional before using this product. Combining certain prescription drugs and dietary supplements can lead to:

  • Diminished drug effectiveness
  • Reduced supplement effectiveness
  • Impaired drug and/or supplement absorption
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Biotin may interact with lab tests. If you are taking medication or planning on undergoing any clinical lab testing, consult your physician before use. Used with caution when combined with blood thinning medication like Warfarin and Coumadin.

Questions? We've got answers.
What do B vitamins help with?
B vitamins help support cellular energy production.† They help convert the food you eat into cellular energy.†
Should I be concerned if the % Daily Value (DV) exceeds 100%?
DVs, established by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA), are used on food and dietary supplement labels. For each nutrient, there is one DV for all people ages 4 years and older. Therefore, DVs aren’t recommended intakes, but suggest how much of a nutrient a serving of the food or supplement provides in the context of a total daily diet. As an example, the %DV for calcium on a food label might say 20%. This means it has 260 mg (milligrams) of calcium in one serving because the DV for calcium is 1,300 mg/day. If another food has 40% of the DV for calcium, it’s easy to see that it provides much more calcium than the first food. DVs often match or exceed the RDAs for most people, but not in all cases, as RDAs have been established for different ages, genders and lifestages. DVs are presented on food and supplement labels as a percentage. They help you compare one product with another.
What vitamins are usually considered members of B complex vitamins?
There are 8 B vitamins that are generally included in the B complex: thiamin (B1), riboflavin (B2), niacin (B3), pantothenic acid (B5), B6 (pyridoxine), biotin (B7), folic acid (B9), and B12 (cyanocobalamin).
If I am taking a multivitamin that contains folic acid, is it still safe to take a B complex that contains folic acid?
It should be fine to take both just as long as the total amount of folic acid consumed daily from all sources (dietary and supplemental) does not exceed 1,000 mcg. Taking a higher folic acid dose may mask a vitamin B12 shortfall.
When does this product expire?
Please refer to the expiration date on the bottle.