Thiamine ensures the normal function of the nervous system: it participates as a coenzyme in the creation of neurotransmitters, chemicals that carry signals from one neurone to another, which is essential for good concentration.
Riboflavine has a positive effect on cell metabolism, especially on the metabolism of iron. It contributes to the maintenance of the skin and the mucous membrane, and keeps eyes healthy.
Niacin plays an important role in the proper psychological function and the function of the nervous system – a good mood mirror of the general psychological condition.
Pantothenic acid is involved in the process of converting food to energy and in the creation of hormones and neurotransmitters; it also reduces the feeling of tiredness and exhaustion.
Pyridoxine is useful for processing carbohydrates, fats and proteins. It contributes to a normal metabolism - and a good metabolism ensures a goodnight’s sleep.
Folic acid has a role in a process of the cell division, that's why we should thank this particular vitamin for its contribution to normal growth and tissue development during pregnancy.
Cyanocobalamin is a vitamin that plays an important role in various metabolic processes - its contribution to the normal creation of red blood cells, and cells in general, is substantial.
Ascorbic acid is one of the strongest antioxidants - it has a beneficial effect on the normal function of the immune system, which is very important for people prone to allergies and infections.
Vitamin E protects the cells in our body against free radicals and slows down the ageing process. Numerous studies point out that it has an important role in the protection against arteriosclerosis.
Contributes to normal heart functions.
Contributes to the reduction of tiredness and fatigue.
Helps protect cells from oxidative stress.
Contributes to the normal function of the immune system.