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There are several different types of Vitamin B your body requires to get the best from your most precious energy source, food. Eight essential ones in fact and Swanson Ultra Activated B-Complex High Bioavailability delivers all of them (B1, B2, B3, B5, B6, B7, B9, B12).
But vitamin B is crucial for turning our food into energy so why would we want a lower dosage?
There are problems associated with overloading on vitamin B. For some it can be too much for their bodies to handle and the results can be unpleasant. Stomach pain and even niacin overload, causing peptic ulcers, are unfortunate side effects.
Swanson Ultra Activated B-Complex High Bioavailability presents the solution to this problem. It is a lower dosage/higher bioavailable version of the vitamin B complex which means that your body still gets all the essential vitamins it needs but in a format that won’t cause pain or discomfort.
Each of the eight B vitamins work individually to deliver different but equally important services to your body.
Swanson Ultra Activated B-Complex High Bioavailability is very definitely the ultimate B vitamin package. Innovative and effective, can you afford to do without it.
Suggested Use: As a dietary supplement, take one veggie capsule one to two times per day with water.
Other ingredients: Microcrystalline cellulose (plant fibre), cellulose (vegetable capsule), may contain one or both of the following: magnesium stearate, silica.
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