B-vitamins are water-soluble substances that are essential components of various enzymes involved in energy production and
in the synthesis of certain structures in cells. Each B-vitamin fills a different, complementary need, which is why they should
usually be taken together.
B-vitamins are required for numerous biochemical reactions, some of which aid in energy production, blood cell formation,
and in fat and protein/amino acid metabolism. Without these vitamins, the enzymes involved in carrying out these biochemical
reactions cannot function; the tissues starve for energy, cells are unable to produce the structural materials they need to
survive, and tissues fail to maintain themselves.
B-vitamins have been used as supplements for decades to correct dietary deficiencies that impair the body’s ability to produce
energy from sugars and fats, and to synthesize substances that the body needs, such as DNA, neurotransmitters, and cell membranes.
Even so, there are people in the world — even in industrialized countries — who still suffer from vitamin B deficiencies,
thanks to poverty, ignorance, or weird diets. Vitamin supplements are a simple, effective treatment for all such deficiencies.
LifeLink’s suggested dosage is one tablet per day.
Are Vitamin B-125 Complex supplements useful for the conditions and purposes mentioned above?
We aren’t allowed to tell you, so you should take a look at some of the references cited here,
and then decide for yourself.