• Quantum Max Stress B Information

    Quantum Max Stress B created by Dr. Bob Marshall and Quantum Nutrition Labs

    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 found in Max Stress B.  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 circulating insulin levels.

    Vitamin B5  (coenzyme A form) – Best known as pantothenic acid, vitamin B5 was discovered by Dr. Roger Williams who spearheaded the concept of biochemical individuality.  It has long been considered the "anti-stress" vitamin for its role in helping to balance adrenal gland function and thus, helps us cope with stress better.  In his book, "The Vitamin Revolution", Michael Janson, M.D., says that insufficient amounts of pantothenic acid can lead to fatigue, mood imbalances and sleep concerns.  Until now, only the inferior form of vitamin B5, d-calcium pantothenate, was available.  Now, for the first time in history the superior end-chain form of B5 (coenzyme A) and the high powered derivative acetyl coenzyme A, in a stable form, are available in Quantum Max Stress B.  No other product on earth can directly deliver this form at any price.

    Vitamin B3  (inositol hexanicotinamide, the no-flush form) – Vitamin B3 helps improve blood circulation by dilating arteries, especially important in the extremities and brain.  This vitamin is a key factor in metabolizing carbohydrates, boosting energy and maintaining a healthy brain and nervous system.

    Vitamin B2  (riboflavin-5 phosphate form) – Vitamin B2 is important in the metabolism of carbohydrates, fat and protein and therefore, in creating energy.  B2 also supports eye and skin health.  The book, "The Natural Pharmacy", points out that B2 also helps boost athletic performance, promotes brain health and assists in maintaining healthy, moist lips.

    Vitamin B1  (thiamine cocarboxylase form) – Like B2, vitamin B1 is essential for metabolizing carbohydrates, fat and protein, thus boosting energy.  It supports the nervous system and healthy emotional balance.  Insufficient levels of vitamin B1 can cause a loss of appetite, memory, mood imbalances and sluggish thinking.  Many studies show that B1 enhances the ability to learn and retain knowledge.

    Inositol  (inositol hexanicotinate) – Inositol is involved in immunity, liver function and cell membrane health.  It promotes healthy liver metabolism, skin health and heart function, according to Dr. Berkson, author of "All About B Vitamins."  Inositol has been used by healthcare practitioners for severe mental imbalances.

    Choline – In 1998, for the first time, choline was classified as an essential B vitamin.  Among many roles that it plays, choline is important for liver function, heart health, achieving optimal physical performance and healthy memory and mental balance.

    Biotin  (D-biotin form) – Even after biotin’s initial discovery, it took nearly 40 years of research for it to be fully recognized as a vitamin.  Its roles include breaking down fats and creating new ones, constructing proteins from amino acids, and helping to manufacture various building blocks of genes.

    The Natural Vitamin B Complex Super Food

    All together, the entire complex of Super Food B vitamins are present in Max Stress B, naturally combined with powerful, synergistic co-factors and transporters.  It is a truly 100% natural, whole-nutrient vitamin B complex supplement, delivering safe, proven support for energy, anti-stress, brain, heart, mood and immune health.*