Vitamins & Minerals

Bio Ester C

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PACK SIZE
DOSAGE
50's
Take 1 daily, or as directed by your healthcare professional.
Ingredient
Amount Per Capsule
Vitamin B1
100mg
Vitamin B2
15mg
Vitamin B6
25mg
Vitamin B12
25mcg
Vitamin C
500mg
Vitamin E
50iu
Nicotinamide
100mg
Folic Acid
110mcg
Biotin
25mcg
Choline Bitartrate
25mg
Inositol
25mg
Pantothenic acid
20mg
Calcium (as phosphate)
38mg
Magnesium (as amino acid chelate)
200mcg
Zinc (as gluconate)
3.3mg
Potassium (as phosphate-monobasic)
4.3mg
Selenium (as selenomethionine)
10mcg

Executive B+C

Kordel’s Executive B+C is a high potency formula that is specially catered for people who lead a stressful and hectic life. For individuals who are constantly on the go, such as working mothers, would find this unique formula helpful to cope with their daily challenges.

Understand how your body reacts to the many challenges

Feeling overwhelmed and stressed out can put your mind and body system under tension. Your body will try to accommodate by having a change in your hormone levels, heart rate, digestion, blood pressure and breathing. These changes are energy demanding and would raise your nutritional needs.

Following are a series of signals that telling you your body needs additional nutrients during time of stress.

  • Unexplained fatigue
  • Headache/migraine
  • Being emotional
  • Muscle soreness (shoulder and back)
  • Appetite changes
  • Sleeplessness
  • More prone to diarrhea or constipation
  • Lack of concentration
  • Irritability
  • Forgetfulness
  • Clouded thought
  • Recurrent mouth ulcer
  • Recurrent flu and colds
  • Anxiety

Recharge yourself nutritionally

Unknown to many, fatigue or feeling tired is a manifestation of vitamin B deficiency, yet we are not having enough from our diet. Vitamin B complex facilitates the breakdown and conversion of food into energy, keeping you energised throughout the day. Especially Vitamin B1 that leads the process, it determines the production of 38 units of energy per cycle rather than 2 units.

Let scientific evidences tell you the importance of Vitamin B1

  1. Vitamin B1 is a co-factor of many metabolic enzymes in the body. It was shown that the activities of vitamin B1 dependent enzymes are lacking in individuals with chronic fatigue syndrome.
  2. The administration of high dose vitamin B1 does help restore the normal glucose metabolism in all cells and leads to a complete regression of fatigue.
  3. Taking 100mg of Vitamin B1 for 3 consecutive days significantly reduce the number of complaints after exercise.
  4. Fatigue level was significantly improved by as much as 41% after 20 days of high dose treatment.

Health Benefits : Beyond a B complex

Other than having high strength of Vitamin B1, the Vitamin Bs in Kordel’s Executive B+C come in a complete family, i.e. B1,2,3,5,6,7,8,9,12 and they help each other in energy production. Besides, it contains :

Biotin and Inositol
Help fats burning and removal of fats from liver
Vitamin C and E
Boost immune system to prevent recurrent flu and cold during time of stress
Calcium, Magnesium and Potassium
Help prevent muscle stiffness in the neck, shoulder and back
Manganese, Selenium and Zinc
Co-factors for powerful antioxidants to slow down ageing

Indications

Suitable for all adults, especially for people leading busy and hectic lifestyles and those who have increased requirements for these nutrients.

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Reference

  1. Costantini A and Pala MI. 2013. Thiamine and fatigue in inflammatory bowel diseases: An open-label pilot study. The Journal of Alternative and Complementary Medicine, 19(8): 704-708.
  2. Costantini A, Pala MI, Tundo S and Matteucci P. 2013. High-dose thiamine improved the symptoms of fibromyalgia. BMJ Case Reports, bcr2013009019. http://doi.org/10.1136/bcr-2013-009019.
  3. Costantini, A., Nappo, A., Pala, M. I., & Zappone, A. 2013. High dose thiamine improves fatigue in multiple sclerosis. BMJ Case Reports, 2013, bcr2013009144. http://doi.org/10.1136/bcr-2013-009144.
  4. Suzuki M and Itokawa Y. 1996. Effects of thiamine supplementation on exercise-induced fatigue. Metab. Brain. Dis., 11(1): 95-106.