Active ingredients, common role in body + food source

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+ Thiamine plays an essential role in metabolism, aids nutrients to energy conversion. 

+ Enhances the development of myelin sheath around nerve cells

+ The richest food sources include pork, sunflower seeds and wheat germ.

+ Riboflavin helps convert food into energy and also acts as an antioxidant.

+ Plays a key role in maintaining collagen levels for healthy hair & skin.

+ Foods highest in riboflavin include organ meats, beef and mushrooms.

+ Plays a role in cellular signaling, metabolism and DNA production and repair.

+ Food sources include chicken, tuna and lentils.

+ Is a calcium salt of the water-soluble vitamin B5.

+ Like other B vitamins, pantothenic acid helps your body obtain energy from food and is also involved in hormone and cholesterol production.

+ Liver, fish, yogurt and avocado are all good sources.

+ Is involved in amino acid metabolism, red blood cell production and the creation of neurotransmitters.

+ Aids in hormone control that control a number of activities and metabolic responses.

+ Foods highest in this vitamin include chickpeas, salmon and potatoes.

+ Also known as folate; is needed for cell growth, amino acid metabolism, the formation of red and white blood cells and proper cell division.

+ It can be found in foods like leafy greens, liver and beans or in supplements as folic acid.

+ Perhaps the most well-known of all the B vitamins, B12 is vital for neurological function, DNA production and red blood cell development.

+ Found naturally in animal sources like meats, eggs, seafood and dairy.

+ Vitamin C supports many essential body functions, such as antioxidant defenses, collagen formation and supporting the immune system.
+ Guava, kale and red capsicum are exceptionally rich in Vitamin C.

+ In the body Vitamin D is turned into calcidiol, the storage form of the vitamin, which is then converted into calcitriol, the active steroid form.
+ Vitamin D affects various cells related to bone health, for example telling the cells in the gut to absorb calcium and phosphorus.
+Found in some animal foods, like fatty fish and egg yolks.

+Iron is a mineral that serves several important functions, its main being to carry oxygen throughout your body and making red blood cells.
+An essential nutrient found in legumes, red meat ,spinach and other leafy greens.

+Your body needs calcium in order to circulate blood, move muscles, and release hormones. Calcium also helps carry messages from your brain to other parts of your body.

+Found in dairy products such as milk, cheese, and yogurt, dark green vegetables.

+Manganese is a trace mineral, which your body needs in small amounts. It’s required for the normal functioning of your brain, nervous system and many of your body’s enzyme system.

+An essential nutrient and can be found especially in seeds and whole grains, as well as in smaller amounts in legumes, beans, nuts, leafy green vegetables and tea.

+One of magnesium's main roles is acting as a cofactor or "helper molecule" in the biochemical reactions continuously performed by enzymes.

+An essential nutrient also found in Avocados, nuts and legumes.

+Zinc is required for numerous processes in your body, including gene expression,  zinc is required for numerous processes in your body, including gene expression, immune function and protein synthesis.
+An essential nutrient found in meat, seeds and dairy.

+Concentrated electrolytes. Coconut water contains electrolytes, vitamin C and several important minerals.

Summary of Excipients

This product contains other than active ingredients: Natural and nature identical flavours, and colours, citric acid and sucralose.

Free from

Soy peanuts, dairy, egg