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De-Stressing

Stress starts in the head…literally and figuratively. Vitamin B5 has been called the “anti-stress vitamin” because it detoxifies brain tissue to help relieve physical and emotional stress.

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Beauty Starts Within

Great looks start from the inside. Vitamin B7 – also known as Biotin is recommended for strengthening hair and nails.

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Protect the Heart

Homocysteine is an amino acid that, if not checked, can be a risk factor for heart and blood vessel disease. Vitamin B12 helps the body metabolize homocysteine.

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Eye on the Prize

Cataracts occur when the cells of the natural lense inside your eye begin to break down. Preliminary evidence suggests that B1 – as part of a vitamin B-complex – may lower risks of developing cataracts.

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Keep Your Weight in Check

The thyroid gland controls how quickly the body uses energy and makes proteins. Vitamin B2 has been shown to help regulate the thyroid, which is essential for maintaining a healthy weight.

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Immune System Support

White blood cells are your body’s defense team, so it’s important to keep them well primed. Vitamin B6 assists in maintaining white blood cells so they can do their job.

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