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Focus on vitamin B

B Vitamins are important in multiple biological processes in the body and are therefore important in the diet. There are 8 B vitamins in total, namely Thiamine (B1), Riboflavin (B2), Niacin (B3), Pantothenic acid, Vitamin B6, Biotin (B7) Folate and Folic acid and Vitamin B12. They are available as a B vitamin complex product (all B vitamins included) or as a single B vitamin supplement.

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47 results
Inositol 1000 mg

Inositol 1000 mg

Puritan's Pride

1000 mg of Inositol per capsule

From £8.99 £8.99
Instant Energy B-12

Vitamin B6 and B12 helps reduce tiredness and fatigue

From £15.90 £13.99
Vitamin B-1

Vitamin B-1

Now Foods

100 mg of vitamin B1 per tablet

From £9.99 £9.99
Folic acid

Folic acid

Now Foods

800mcg of folic acid per tablet

From £15.99 £15.99
Biotin 1000mcg

Biotin 1000mcg

Now Foods

1000 mcg of Biotin per capsule

From £13.99 £13.99
Vitamin B-2

Vitamin B-2

Now Foods

Supports normal energy yielding metabolism

From £9.99 £9.99
Vitamin B12

Vitamin B12

Body & Fit

1000mcg of Vitamin B12 per capsule

From £2.99 £2.99
Vitamin B-2 100mg

Vitamin B-2 100mg

Swanson Health

Helps combat fatigue and tiredness

From £4.99 £4.99
Vitamin B12 1000mcg

Contributes to normal energy yielding metabolism.

From £18.99 £18.99
Paba 500mg

Paba 500mg

Swanson Health

500mg PABA per capsule

From £9.99 £9.99
Niacin 500mg

Niacin 500mg

Swanson Health

500mg of Niacin per capsule

From £11.99 £11.99

Vitamin B variations

Vitamin B1, also known as thiamine, contributes to the normal functioning of nervous system, psychological function and heart. Riboflavin is important in skin health and aids normal vision, in addition to reducing the impact of tiredness and fatigue. This is also supported by Niacin. Folic acid is a key vitamin during pregnancy, whilst Vitamin B6 and B12 both helps maintain normal energy yielding metabolism.

Vitamin B for energy and brain function

Vitamins B6 and B12 are especially important in the body to help energy levels and metabolism. They are therefore a ‘go to’ food supplement if the energy is a key area that you want to address as part of your diet. The role in the brain also makes them relevant if you are looking for brain performance and a nootropic benefit. They both help maintain normal psychological function.

Vitamin B for immunity

Maintaining our immune function is an important goal for many of us. Particularly when exercising hard, during periods of excessive travel or just during the winter months. Vitamin B6 and B12 are an important part of the diet during these time as they are known to help maintain normal immune function.