A vitamin essential for energy and amino acid production. Examples of foods that contain Vitamin B12 include beef, milk, cheese and shellfish.
Necessary for carbohydrate, protein and fat metabolism. Important to amino acid and fatty acid synthesis; essential for hemoglobin and nerve cell growth and maintenance. The anti-stress vitamin, sometimes prescribed for stress reduction See: Energy-Plus Sublingual
A vitamin, which can prevent or improve symptoms of nerve damage caused by insulin resistance.