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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 carbs, protein and fat into cellular energy.†
Who should take them?
Anyone who’s having a hard time getting the most out of the foods they eat and is running low on energy may benefit from B vitamins.
What are they good for?
B vitamins are important for normal nervous system function.† More specifically, vitamin B6 and B12 are essential for healthy red blood cell formation.†