The Synthesis of Multiple Neurotransmitters
The B-vitamins comprise a group of eight water-soluble vitamins that perform essential, closely inter-related roles in cellular functioning, acting as co-enzymes in a vast array of catabolic and anabolic enzymatic reactions.
The B vitamins’ general metabolic functions, alongside their roles in neurochemical synthesis, may, therefore, be conceived as having a particular impact on brain function.
The brain is by far the most metabolically active organ in the body, representing only 2% of body weight but accounting for over 20% of the body’s total energy expenditure. Pantothenic acid, via CoA, is also involved in the synthesis of multiple neurotransmitters.
All B vitamins are necessary cofactors in the process of energy production from carbohydrates, lipids, and proteins in different ways.
B6 is a necessary cofactor in over 140 different enzymatic processes that work with the synthesis, breakdown, and conversion of amino acids within the body
- Creates Energy for Optimal and Healthy Brain Function
- Plays Roles in the Brain and Nervous System
- Necessary Cofactor in Over 140 Different Enzymatic Processes
- Helps Produce Neurotransmitters
- Lowers Depression, Anxiety, and Brain Fog