Better Mood and Less Stress with B-Vitamins

There are 8 different B vitamins that are essential to our bodies. Consider them the foundation to many of our bodily functions, since they turn carbohydrates, fats, and proteins we eat, into energy. Specifically, vitamins B1, B2, B3, B6, and B12 help in maintaining a healthy nervous system. Our ability to manage stress is directly tied to the health of our nervous system. The energy the body produces when it has an adequate supply of B vitamins is an important factor when it comes to dealing with stress, and subsequently boosting our mood. Did you know just one hour of arguing with someone can deplete your body’s stores of B vitamins? Oh no! Get ready to be wowed by all that this supergroup of feel-good vitamins does. Enter B Complex.

 

Solgar B Complex

 

The Great Eight

Since all of them are essential, this means your body must have them on a consistent basis to function properly. Why not get all of them in one shot? Choose B-Complex 50 or B-Complex 100, for double the potency. The eight B Vitamins, all of which you will find in Solgar’s B-Complex, are:

  • Thiamine (B1)
  • Riboflavin (B2)
  • Niacin (B3)
  • Pantothenic Acid (B5)
  • Pyridoxine (B6)
  • Biotin (B7)
  • Folic Acid (B9)
  • Cyanocobalamin (B12)

Another exciting feature of this complex is that you get all of these great vitamins in just one vegan capsule per day. What’s more, a healthy dose of Inositol and Choline supports the formula, too.

For a little extra support, try the Megasorb B-Complex tablets. This formula still features all of the great eight B vitamins, yet significantly provides co-enzyme B vitamins form in a body-ready state. For example, you’ll find a highly desirable pyridoxal-5-phosphate (P5P) form of B6. In addition, this formula includes magnesium which further assists our nervous system and soy lecithin which contains additional choline to help supercharge our brains.

 

Better Mood and Less Stress

Stress is often the most pressing health complaint today. I’m sure we can all think of a few reasons why. Fortunately, there is a lot of science to back up the effect B vitamins have on our reaction to stress and our overall moods. Researchers in multiple studies observing a total of 2,015 participants using at least three types of B vitamins over at least 4 weeks reported the positive effects for B vitamins compared to placebo for overall mood or some facet of mood. Some of the studies were with participants that were more vulnerable to particular mood disorders and a majority of those studies found a significant mood benefit with B vitamins. Lastly, while findings were not significant for depression or anxiety, and more studies need to be done, B vitamins did play a role in having a positive effect on stress for those participants.

 

What Else Does a B Complex Do?

In addition to helping support a healthy response to stress, the B vitamins work their magic on many other organs and vital functions in our bodies. They help with brain function which helps us feel more alert to better accomplish daily tasks. B vitamins, especially biotin, help support strong and healthy hair, skin, and nails. They also help to support our cardiovascular health by lowering homocysteine levels in the blood. Studies show that these lower levels have a correlation with improved cardiovascular health. A strong heart means the better we can stay strong and active.

 

Getting Enough B Vitamins

Great news! There are many foods that are rich in B vitamins. Some include wholegrain cereals, meat, poultry, eggs, nuts, fish, milk, legumes, and fresh vegetables like dark leafy greens and sweet potatoes.

Since B vitamins are water-soluble, the body absorbs and immediately uses what it needs at that time. The rest is excreted in the urine. That being said, you’ll want to eat foods with them on a rather consistent basis. Their water solubility also pertains to the way that you prepare these foods. Be careful not to boil them because the majority of the vitamins will end up in the cooking water. Instead, you can grill, steam, bake, roast, or air fry your vegetables.

Remember what we said about stress depleting our stores too? Not only do most people need additional B vitamin support simply because of stress, but vegans, women, and the elderly especially have an increased need. For all of these reasons, taking a supplement like the Solgar B Complex 50 or 100 is very helpful. You’ll know you are getting the amount of the valuable Bs that you need, no question about it.

 

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These statements have not been evaluated by the FDA. They are not intended to treat, diagnose, cure or prevent any disease.