Because of its liquid oral delivery system, Max Stress B offers an instant feeling of well being and better mental clarity. No amount of synthetic B vitamins can deliver the super energy boost you will experience with just 1/2 teaspoon of Max Stress B, the only living source B Vitamin Complex commercially produced. This B vitamin rich formula offers advanced support for the liver, immune system, and brain, and promotes energy and mood balance.

Max Stress B Liquid, Quantum Nutrition Labs (2oz)

$24.86Price
  • Because of its liquid oral delivery system, Max Stress B offers an instant feeling of well being and better mental clarity. No amount of synthetic B vitamins can deliver the super energy boost you will experience with just 1/2 teaspoon of Max Stress B Nano-Plex.
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    The only Natural Source B Complex Available!
    For the first time: completely natural sources of B vitamins are available in Quantum Max Stress B. Derived from proprietary patent-pending technology using special, healthy probiotic strains, these B vitamins provide maximum stress protection, anti-aging benefits, instantaneous energy boost, brain rejuvenation, heart health and mood balance.

    Vastly Superior Benefits
    Now, using breakthrough, patent-pending technology, you can receive the vastly superior benefits of natural B vitamins to support your body, without the synthetics. Max Stress B Nano-Plex is made using special strains of probiotic bacteria to produce all natural B vitamins in their most potent, end-chain coenzyme forms.

    Synthetic Vitamin Bs ?
    The proven benefits associated with the B complex symphony of phytonutrients and supportive co-factors found only in whole natural nutrient sources, not in isolated, synthesized molecules. In short, test-tube vitamin B complex simply cannot re-create the magnificent synergy of a whole-nutrient vitamin B complex.

    Get "B" Vitamins on Your "A" List
    Examine the whole "B" family, the B-complex and other B-like vitamins, and why they need to be on your "A" list of "must have" nutrients.

    Folic Acid - Imagine eating 2 heads of lettuce, 3 apples, 5 bananas, and 7 carrots every day to try to get the minimum requirement of folate (400 micrograms). Even if you could eat large amounts of folate-rich foods, research shows that folic acid derived from food may be less readily assimilated and utilized than the end-chain form of folic acid as found in Max Stress B Nano-Plex. Women of child-bearing age are now being urged to increase their folic acid intake in order to help prevent neural tube defects in infants (which can cause brain and spinal defects) and spina bifida (where a segment of the spinal nerve cord grows outside the bony spinal column). In addition, adequate levels of folate have been associated with lower levels of homocysteine in the blood (a risk factor for serious heart and immune concerns).

    Vitamin B12 (5'-deoxyadenosylcobalamin, fully reacted coenzyme form) - Vitamin B12 plays a key role in the body and is also associated with lower levels of homocysteine in the blood. It is required for energy production and overall health of the body, including red blood cell formation. Other roles of B12 include proper nervous system development and prevention of infertility in men. It has also been shown to improve memory and promote heart health. Lack of sufficient amounts of vitamin B12 can create a deficiency or absorption problems that can lead to pernicious anemia. Research has shown that vitamin B12 levels decline as we age. This may be due to poorer food choices, reduced intake of B12 or poor absorption.

    Vitamin B6 (pyridoxal-5-phosphate form) - Like folate and B12, vitamin B6 has also been associated with lower levels of homocysteine. In addition, vitamin B6 is well known in this computer age for its role in relieving carpal tunnel syndrome (CTS), the weakness, numbness, tingling, and pain in wrists and arms caused by repetitive motion. Those most susceptible to CTS include computer operators, supermarket checkers, production line assemblers, carpenters and seamstresses. In their book, "Vitamin B6 Therapy'', John Marion Ellis, M.D. and Jean Pamplin explain how B6 helps carpal tunnel syndrome: "Vitamin B6 works by improving the function of the synovium, the sheath that surrounds the tendons." In addition, they explain how insulin resistance (elevated blood-glucose levels now at crisis proportions in the U.S. due to eating refined sugar and grains) causes reduced blood levels of B6 which then lowers both pancreatic and