Vitamin B Complex Tablets

The B-group of vitamins have been known to play an important role in metabolism and functioning of body. The general metabolic functions of vitamin B have an impact on functioning of brain and hence, it is often advised to consume over-the-counter vitamin B complex tablets to fulfil the dietary requirements of the body. Before looking for supplements, it is important to understand how vitamin B helps in different bodily functions and the various food sources rich in vitamin B to be included in regular diet.

Vitamin B complex constitutes of a group of water-soluble eight vitamins:

  • Thiamin or Vitamin B1: This vitamin plays a vital role in conduction of nerve signals and contraction of muscles. It is found in wholegrains, seafood, fish, nuts, and legumes.
  • Riboflavin or Vitamin B2: Along with other B vitamins, riboflavin is involved in energy metabolism. Metabolism of iron and synthesis of antioxidant glutathione are other important functions of vitamin B2. Animal-derived proteins are usually rich in vitamin B2.
  • Niacin or Vitamin B3: It is associated with functioning of digestive system, especially liver by producing hormones from adrenal glands. Vegetables such as peas, potatoes, tomatoes, and fruits including bananas, mangoes, and avocados are good sources of vitamin B3.
  • Pantothenic Acid or Vitamin B5: Animal meat and sea foods are considered rich in vitamin B5, that is required for making red blood cells. It is also known for processing vitamin B2 and synthesizing cholesterol.
  • Pyridoxine or Vitamin B6: It is essential for production of certain neurotransmitters along with other brain functions and is found in animal proteins and wholegrain cereals.
  • Biotin or Vitamin B7: Also known as vitamin H, this vitamin helps in metabolization of carbohydrates and fats. Further, it is associated with the maintenance of nervous system and hair growth. Animal liver is termed as one of the richest sources of biotin. Dairy products, root vegetables, nuts, and eggs are other commonly available sources of biotin.
  • Folic Acid or Vitamin B9: As the synthetic form of vitamin B9, folic acid is available in fortified foods and supplements. It is particularly important for development of placenta and fetus, and its intake is strongly recommended for pregnant women. Dried legumes and dark green vegetable are natural sources of vitamin B9.
  • Cobalamin or Vitamin B12: Animal proteins such as eggs, fish, milk and its by-products, and meat are rich in vitamin B12. Vegetarians and vegans might be at risk of vitamin B12 deficiency and are, therefore, advised to take supplements. Vitamin B12 helps in development of new blood vessels as well as synthesizing fatty acids and producing energy at cellular level. 

Vitamin B complex tablets  for adult and senior men and women contain all vital nutrients, to support the dietary requirements for all ages. These multivitamin supplements have been formulated according to international RDA levels for vitamins and minerals and are completely safe with no side effects. However, it is recommended to seek medical advice before consuming multivitamin supplements if suffering from pre-existing conditions. Purayati’s products have been manufactured at a well-equipped ISO and FSSAI certified plant and are highly effective to avoid risks of vitamin and mineral deficiencies.

Author: Robin Gupta