B Vitamins and certain herbs have been shown to help reduce stress (e.g. B5-pantothenate is even known as the “anti-stress vitamin”) [1,2,3]. B vitamins (B1, B2, B3, B5, B6, B8-inositol, B9-folate, B12) are necessary for energy metabolism and inadequate amounts can lead to pernicious anemia, low hemoglobin counts, skin problems, nervous system problems, and even serious mental problems .
B Stress Complex™ naturally contains carbohydrates, lipids, proteins (including all ten essential amino acids), and superoxide dismutase as found in specially grown, enzymatically processed Saccharomyces Cerevisiae, Rice bran Oryza Sativa, and Alfalfa sprouts & plant Medicago Sativa all the nutrients shown above are contained in these foods (some foods contain multiple nutrients). Unlike many so-called “natural” formulas, B Stress Formula is only comprised of foods, contains no synthetic USP nutrients or isolated mineral salts, but only contains foods, food complexes, and food concentrates.
B Stress Complex™ is a true Food supplement for today’s stressful society. It is a very popular with vegetarians, as well as anyone interested in a non-synthetic B complex formula.
Studies have shown that FOOD B Vitamins are between 38% and 294% better absorbed into the blood when compared with typical USP B Vitamins.
Other ingredients: Saccharomyces Cerevisiae, Vegetarian Capsule.
Suggested use: Serving size or as recommended by your health care professional. Adjust usage according to nutritional lifestyle requirements.
 Shils ME, Olson JA, Shike J. Modern Nutrition in Health and Disease, 8th ed. Lea and Febiger, Phil., 1994; 9th ed. Williams & Wilkins, Balt., 1999
 Understanding Vitamins and Minerals. Rodale Press, Emmaus (PA), 1984
 PDR for Herbal Medicine, 2nd ed. Medical Economics, Montvale (NJ), 2000
* This is a nutritional product and not a medication intended to prevent, treat, or cure any illness. None of these statements has been approved by the US FDA or similar agencies. Not all citations meet peer-reviewed status so the statements are not conclusive. Professionals can, and do, disagree, regarding efficacy of ingredients in nutritional formulas.
Disclaimer: Some of these studies (or citations) may not confom to peer review standards. Therefore, the results are not conclusive. Profressionals can, and often do, come to different conclusions when reviewing scientific data. None of these statements have been reviewed by the FDA.