HoneyCombs B-Complex isn’t designed to replace any foods but to help overcome deficiencies and/or to add extra Vitamins to your diet. Your body needs all eight B-Vitamins to maintain a healthy body. Supplementing Vitamins is a great way to avoid deficiency if you don’t eat enough foods containing them.
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Vitamin B1-Thiamine is a vitamin derived from foods such as grains, nuts, seeds and meat. Thiamine can be used from these foods as long as they are natural and organic. Processed foods, hybrid seeds or meat from an animal that was grain fed will be depleted in Vitamin B1 and won’t supply the body with the proper amount of thiamine.
Vitamin B2 – Riboflavin is found in foods such as organ meats, mushrooms, wheat, dairy products, eggs, spinach, broccoli, Brussels sprouts and whole grains.
Niacinamide, also known as Vitamin B3. It is found in fish, eggs, milk, grains and vegetables. Niacinamide from fish is best if wild caught. Farm raised fish aren’t fed as well as in nature.
Vitamin B5– Panthothenic Acid is found in a wide variety of foods but can easily be lost when the food is processed, canned or frozen. Foods such as vegetables, potatoes, dairy products, eggs and a wide variety of meats are high in B5. You will get more benefit from foods that are fresh.
Vitamin B6– Pyridoxine is found in avocados, meats, beans, fruit and grains. Using grains for your main source of Vitamin B6 isn’t always the best way. Grains are hard to find that are not GMO (genetically modified organisms). Even natural grains are hard for the body to digest and cause the body to store fat. Other names for Vitamin B6 are Pyridoxal and Pyridoxamine.
Folic Acid found in fruits, vegetables, beans and nuts.
Vitamin B7- Biotin is found in Swiss chard, carrots, fruit, nuts and milk. Raw egg whites can deplete the body of biotin because it binds with it keeping it from being properly used.
Vitamin B12– Cyanocobalamin is found in meats but not in plant foods. To get the proper amount of Vitamin B12, you must eat meat or supplement it through foods that have added it or from a vitamin supplement. In either case, make sure the supplemented vitamin is from a natural source and NOT synthetic. The body doesn’t recognize synthetic forms of vitamins as easily as natural forms and they can cause free radicals.
Vitamin C – Ascorbic Acid can be found in many foods including most citrus fruits and many vegetables. Vitamin C is known for preventing diseases such as scurvy and have been known to be good for the immune system and heart.
Vegetable Glycerin is derived from palm oil and used as a healthy way to preserve herbs and vitamins. It’s great for preserving liquids without causing any nutritional depletion and helps distribute the nutrients throughout the body. It’s also very sweet and can replace sugar in baked goods.
Most vitamins are water soluble, which means the body is unable to store them. What is not used will be flushed out of the body through the urine. Since we are unable to store the vitamins, we must continue either eating foods high in vitamins or use a natural supplement with the proper balance of their daily value.
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|Serving Size 1 Tablespoon daily|
|16 ounce size available||Amount Per Serving||%DV|
|Thiamin (as thiamin Mononitrate)||4.0mg||333&|
|Niacin (as niacinamide)||37mg NE||231%|
|Vitamin B6 (as Pyridoxine HCL)||5.0mg||294%|
|Folate (240mcg Folic Acid)||400 DFE||100%|
|Biotin (as D-biotin)||102mcg||340%|
|Vitamin B12 (as Cyanocobalamin)||8mcg||333%|
|Vitamin C (as Ascorbic Acid)||126mg||140%|