Vitamin C is water soluble and a potent antioxidant. To reduce the severity of colds take 1000mg. of vitamin C twice daily. It’s been shown to decrease the histamine in the body by 40%.
PABA is one of the newer members of the B complex family. It is water soluble, usually measured in milligrams. Can be synthesized in the body. No RDI/RDA has yet been established. Helps form folic acid and is important in the utilization of protein. Helps in the assimilation- and therefore the effectiveness of pantothenic acid. […]
Inositol is water soluble and a member of the B complex group, and a lipotopic. It metabolizes fat and cholesterol. Inositol is an aid in redistribution of body fat. It combines with choline to form lecithin. Inositol is often referred to as vitamin B8, but it is not actually a vitamin. It’s a type of […]
Member of the B complex family, water soluble, also known as Bc, vitamin M or Vitamin B9. Folic acid is essential to the formulation of red blood cells. It is an aid in protein metabolism. Folic acid is important for the production of nucleic acids (RNA and DNA).
Choline is a member of the B complex family and a lipotropic or fat emulsifier. It works well with inositol, another B complex family member, to utilize fats and cholesterol.
A member of the B complex family it is mostly known for it’s role in maintaining healthy skin, nails and hair.
There is limited research on B15 but indications point to glandular and nerve disorders, heart disease and diminished oxygenation of living tissue.
Vitamin B 12 is like the rest of the B complex family water soluble. Although unique among water soluble vitamins because it can be stored in the body ; it can take take up to three years to deplete your supply.
Like the other B vitamins, B6 is water soluble and it is gone through the system eight hours after ingestion, therefore it needs to be replaced by whole foods or supplements frequently.
B5 is water soluble and another family member of the B complex family. B5 helps in cell building, maintaining normal growth and development of the central nervous system.