Deficiency of Vitamin B50 Complex

Vitamin B50 complex is a balanced and complete amalgamation of B vitamins. It has become an essential supplement for individuals above 50, convalescents, those with a improper and poor dietary intake and those who are addicted to smoking and drinking.

Vitamin B 50 complex is required for providing enhanced energy and for regulating functions of digestive and nervous system. They also aid in maintaining healthy skin, hair and nails.

The B 50 complex supplement usually consist of 50 mg of thiamine, 50 mg of riboflavin, 50 mg of niacin, 50 mg of pantothenic acid, 50 mg of pyridoxine, 60 mg of cobalamin, 400 mg of folic acid, 0.05 mg of biotin, 25 mg of choline, 50 mg of inositol and 15 mg of PABA.

All these eight vitamins work in synergy for overall growth and development. Each B group vitamin performs different functions in the body with the help of each other. Thiamine is biologically responsible for enhancing mood whereas riboflavin is responsible for improving conditions affecting the eyes. Niacin lowers blood cholesterol and cures osteoarthritic conditions. Pantothenic acid plays a vital role in reducing stress and allergic reactions. Like B5, pyridoxine also aids in reducing stress. Vitamin B 6 is also known to cure morning sickness. Cobalamin or Vitamin B 12 is beneficial for treating the symptoms of pernicious anaemia and Vitamin B9 or folic acid for treating the symptoms of megaloblastic anaemia. Folic acid also plays an essential role in controlling blood homocysteine levels. Biotin is known for treating seborrhoeic dermatitis, Leiner’s disease, brittle nails, alopecia and acne. Ingredients such as inositol, choline and PABA are essential for emulsifying fats.

One tablet of B 50 complex is recommended per day for adults but with prior consultation with the doctor. These supplements are not advised to pregnant or lactating mothers. Consumption of these supplements often results in dark yellow urine, which indicates the utilization of riboflavin by the body.