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Urecholine (Bethanechol Chloride)

These help release energy from the food we eat by converging carbohydrates into glucose and increasing our ability to fight fatigue. They also help form healthy red blood cells that deliver needed oxygen to the body.
The B-complex vitamins are Vitamin Bi (thiamine), vitamin B2 (riboflavin), vitamin В3 (niacin), vitamin B6 (pyridoxine), vitamin B12 (cyanocobalamin), vitamin B13 (orotic acid), pangamic acid, biotin, choline, folic acid, inositol, and PABA (para-aminobenzoic acid).
For optimal natural intake of В vitamins, your diet should include sufficient weekly amounts of liver, dried yeast, whole wheat, oatmeal, peanuts, vegetables, bran, fish, eggs, wheat germ, cantaloupe, cheese, root vegetables, brewer’s yeast, whole brown rice, whole grains, pumpkin and sesame seeds, fruits, kidney, heart, raisins, unrefined molasses, cabbage, the white meat of poultry, avocados, dates, and bran. Milk, dairy products, and red muscle meat are also fine sources of В vitamins, but for some people milk and dairy products can cause mucous buildup and engender asthmatic-like reactions, which can hamper athletic performance. Additionally, these particular protein sources can deplete enzymes that are necessary to protect the body from injuries.
B-complex supplements are available in low- and high-potency dosages — and work best when vitamins Bi, B2, and Вб are in equal 50-mg. or 100-mg. balance. Because they are water-soluble vitamins, there is no known toxicity. (If taken in great excess, it’s possible that symptoms such as tremors, edema, nervousness, rapid heartbeat, allergies, and neurological disturbances could develop.)
Caution: Anyone taking L-dopa medication for Parkinson’s disease should not take vitamin B6.
If you’re a heavy alcohol or coffee drinker, on the pill, under stress, or consume large amounts of refined carbohydrates, B-complex supplementation is recommended.

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