Bariatric Advantage B-50 Complex Capsules

$ 28.15 $ 29.99



Product Description

Bariatric Advantage B-50 Complex delivers a potent quantity of highly bioavailable B vitamins in small, easy to digest capsules. If your physician has recommended a B-Complex supplement after bariatric surgery, Bariatric Advantage B-50 Complex is an excellent choice. This balanced formula was specifically designed to meet the needs of individuals who have undergone weight loss surgery.

Key Features of Bariatric Advantage B-Complex:

  • Formulated for High Bioavailability
  • Two Capsules per Serving
  • Contains All Essential B Vitamins
  • 250mcg of Vitamin B-12 per Serving
  • 500mcg of Biotin per Serving
  • Contains Choline, Inositol and PABA
  • Made in the USA

Bariatric Advantage B-50 Complex capsules (180ct) is a high-potency capsule for those in need of additional B-vitamin nutrition. Our small, easy-to-digest capsules contain all the essential B-vitamins in substantial doses plus the accessory B vitamins choline, inositol, and PABA. We have included the activated forms of several key B-vitamins to support increased bioavailability and function 

180 capsules per bottle.

Dose = 2 capsules or as recommended
Two Capsules Contain:
Nutrient Amount %DV
Thiamine (Thiamine Mononitrate) 50 mg 3333%
Folate (50% as calcium folinate, 50% folic acid USP) 400 mcg 100%
Vitamin B12 (50% cyanocobalamin, 50% methylcobalamin) 250 mcg 4167%
Riboflavin USP
50 mg 2941%
Niacin (Niacinamide) 50 mg 250%
Vitamin B6 (80% pyrodixine hydrochloride, 20% pyrodoxyl-5-phosphate) 50 mg 2500%
Biotin 500 mcg 167%
Pantothenic Acid 50 mg 500%
Choline 25 mg NA
Inositol 25 mg NA
Para-aminobenzoic Acid 100 mg NA

 

The group of vitamins collectively known as B-complex includes all of the essential water-soluble vitamins except for vitamin C.

When first discovered, it was thought that this group of vitamins was a single nutrient, and it was given the name vitamin B. Later, it was discovered this was actually a group of compounds with unique structures, features and functions, and they were given individual names and numbers.

Today, we consider the following B-vitamins to be essential to human health: thiamine (vitamin B1), riboflavin (vitamin B2), niacin (vitamin B3), pantothenic acid (vitamin B5), pyridoxine (vitamin B6), biotin, folic acid and the cobalamins (vitamin B12). Three other nutrients choline, inositol, and PABA (para-aminobenzoic acid) - are considered by most nutritional experts to be part of the B-complex group, although they have not been established as essential in humans.

B-complex vitamins are essential for a vast range of functions in the body from energy production, to cellular replication, to metabolism, and more. Under certain conditions such as stress, poor dietary intake, and malabsorption there may be an increased need for B vitamins above and beyond the RDA.

Some physicians, therefore, will recommend the use of a B-complex product over and above the levels in a multi-vitamin