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B-vital totale liquid dosage forms

B-VITAL totale is constituted by a multivitamin formulation that includes the entire span of B vitamins in doses balanced between them and, in particular, contains 400 mcg of active folate useful to contribute to the growth of maternal tissues during pregnancy. Moreover, Vitamin B group support several crucial body functions, including energy metabolism (vitamin B1, B6, B12), physiological hematopoiesis (vitamin B9 and folate), the formation of red blood cells (vitamin B12), physiological homocysteine metabolism (vitamin B6, B9, folate, B12). Vitamin B1, B6 and B12 to contribute to the normal physiological function and normal nervous system function.

Dose

  • Oral solution
    • children 5 ml/day
    • adult 10 ml/day
  • Drops 1,5 ml/day

Packaging

  • 100 ml oral solution
  • 30 ml oral drops
Functional Ingredient For 10 ml (oral solution) For 1,5 ml (drops)
Inositol (Vitamin B7) 100,00 mg 25,00 mg
Pantothenic Acid 18,00 mg 9,00 mg
Vitamin B6 9,50 mg 6,00 mg
Vitamin B2 (Riboflavin) 10,00 mg 1,40 mg
Vitamin B1 10,00 mg 2,10 mg
Folic Acid 400,0 mcg 400,0 mcg
Vitamin B12 25,00 mcg 18,00 mcg

The Expert says

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Pasquale Romano, Export Manager for Spain, Portugal & Americas
Chiara Demi, Europe & Asia
Alessandra Oluwole, Africa & Middle East

Children restorative

Children and adolescents have a high need for both calories, therefore macronutrients, and vitamins, the so-called micronutrients. An adequate and constant presence of vitamins in the diet allows for complete growth and harmonious development. An occasional reinforcement of the quantity of vitamins introduced allows to better face school commitments, sports activities or convalescence after an illness.

The B complex vitamins, vitamin D, vitamin A are indispensable for the correct functioning of all cells: they are indispensable for the cellular functions necessary to obtain energy from food, as they are indispensable for the biochemical reactions necessary to build the structure of the organism or to allow the performance of all its functions. Vitamin D, for example, in children and adolescents is essential for harmonious growth, since it contributes to the development and well-being of the musculoskeletal system and teeth. This vitamin is little present in food and is synthesized thanks to sun exposure. If this exposure is insufficient, its availability in the body may be inadequate with negative repercussions on the development of the subject.

The increased requirement of vitamins that characterizes childhood and adolescence, if it is not properly satisfied by means of nutrition, can lead to a feeling of frequent tiredness, a reduction in the ability to concentrate and a greater exposure to the risk of infections with consequent reduction of the subject’s physical and intellectual performance. Furthermore, it can adversely affect development. So you need to carefully evaluate the diet and possibly resort to the appropriate food supplements based on B complex vitamins, vitamin D and vitamin A.