B Vitamins

Take the road to supporting cellular energy.

Support your body’s B vitamin needs

B vitamins help us get the energy we need to carry out our day by converting food into cellular energy. Learn more about this family of nutrients to find the right B vitamin supplement for you.

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Understanding B Vitamins

There are eight essential B vitamins and each of them has a unique role to play in supporting your overall health.†

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What are B vitamins?

Collectively, they help convert food into cellular energy. On their own, they perform specific roles. For example, thiamin (or B1 for short) helps convert food into cellular energy.†

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Who should take Vitamin B supplements?

Anyone biotin deficient may benefit from taking vitamin B products†. If you have a deficiency, try adding vitamin B supplements to your daily routine.

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What are Vitamin B products good for?

B vitamins help support nervous system function. More specifically, vitamin B6 and B12 are important for proper red blood cell formation.† If you are deficient in biotin add B vitamin supplements to your daily health regimen.


Explore expert answers to some of the most frequently asked B Vitamins questions.

  • 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).
  • What does vitamin B12 help with?

    Vitamin B12 supports cellular energy production, is essential for red blood cell formation, and supports normal function of the nervous system.
  • How much vitamin B12 should I take daily?

    We recommend you follow the suggested dosage found on each bottle. If you choose to take higher or lower doses than found on the label, make sure your personal healthcare professional is aware of the supplements and dosages you are taking.
  • What are some dietary sources of vitamin B12?

    Vitamin B12 is present in foods of animal origin and in fermented foods where bacteria produce the vitamin. Organ meats such as liver, kidney, heart and pancreas are the best sources of vitamin B12 followed by clams, oysters, extra-lean beef, seafood, eggs, milk, yogurt, chicken, cheese and miso (a fermented soybean product).
  • When does this product expire?

    Please refer to the expiration date on the bottle.

Adding Vitamin B to Your Daily Routine with Nature Made

Looking to add another dietary supplement to your daily routine? Shop our website to find biotin products, folate, vitamin C and other essential nutrients in our supplement selection. Whether you're looking for  immune system support or folic acid supplements, our vitamin and supplements offer a little something for everyone†.

 May help support healthy hair, skin & nails for those with low biotin
* Vitamin B12 helps convert food into cellular energy†