Why we chose it for you?
Vitamin B1 is important to produce acetylcholine and to break down carbohydrates Vitamin B2 is used by the body as precursor to coenzymes. Vitamin B3 metabolizes the sugars, fats and alcohol in the body. Vitamin B5 metabolizes amino acid, fatty acids etc. Vitamin B6 is necessary for decarboxylation. Folic Acid helps in the generation of skin cells. Vitamin B12 maintains nerve sheaths and is important in breaking down and processing carbohydrates, fats and proteins. Inositol is an important element for many biological processes in the body. Vitamin B7 in combination with B-complex vitamins are important for the synthesis of fatty acids, proteins and carbs. Choline is important in the production of nerve impulses and hormones that are essential for metabolising cholesterol and fats. PABA is important for keeping the skin healthy and for the synthesis of folic acid.