The Dangers of Vitamin B Deficiency

B vitamins are classified as a group of eight different nutrients, each playing its part in keeping the body healthy. They are called:


  • Thiamine – vitamin B1

  • Riboflavin – vitamin B2

  • Niacin – vitamin B3

  • Pantothenic acid

  • Vitamin B6

  • Biotin – vitamin B7

  • Folate and folic acid

  • Vitamin B12


Some foods are rich sources of vitamin B, but some people can experience a deficiency if they are not taking the proper steps to ensure their diet is full of it. Pregnant women, those with Chrohn’s disease, celiac disease, HIV, and alcohol use disorders are at a greater risk of vitamin B deficiency.


Symptoms can vary depending on which B vitamin you are lacking, but usually include:


  • Fatigue

  • Confusion

  • Anemia

  • Dementia

  • Paranoia

  • Depression

  • Fatigue

  • Poor memory

  • Loss of appetite

  • Compromised immune system

  • Skin rashes


Diets rich in vitamin B include meat (poultry, fish, pork, beef, nuts, legumes, and grains.


What happens if you still are not getting enough, even with a balanced diet? There are many reasons people would still be lacking vitamin B, such as certain dietary restrictions or lifestyle changes.


BioProtein Technology, which provides patients with their own natural hormone treatment, may be able to help. The SUB-B Tropin helps provide you with quality vitamin B in therapeutic doses. The potent B complex provides four of the most vital B vitamins, administered through an oral delivery system.


This system ensures that absorption occurs at a faster rate for the water-soluble micronutrients included. Just take two-thirds of a dropper (or roughly 30 drops) and hold it under your tongue for 90 seconds, then swallow. Best results occur when administered on an empty stomach first thing in the morning.