Vitamin B complex is the collective name for all B vitamins. Each B vitamin has specific properties and plays an important, unique role in the body.

They are important for cell metabolism and are needed for storage and breakdown of carbohydrates, fats and proteins.
The human body cannot produce B vitamins by itself. We have to receive them via food.

The following B vitamins are distinguished:

›Vitamin B1
›Vitamin B2
›Vitamin B3
›Vitamin B5
›Vitamin B6
›Vitamin B8
›Vitamin B9
›Vitamin B12