Vitamin B-12, or cobalamin, is a nutrient you need for good health. It’s one of eight B vitamins that help the body convert the food you eat into glucose, which gives you energy.
B6 or pyridoxine helps with muscle repair, combating anemia, brain function and much more. More importantly, B6 converts proteins, fats, and carbohydrates to glucose. The vitamin manages energy use too and prolonged energy can be expected when taking a B6 supplement.
B3 or Niacin: Your brain needs niacin — as a part of the coenzymes NAD and NADP — to get energy and function properly.
In fact, brain fog and even psychiatric symptoms are associated with niacin deficiency.
Taurine, an amino acid important in several of the body’s metabolic processes, is thought to have antioxidant properties. But little is known about the effects of long-term supplemental taurine use. Taurine is found naturally in meat, fish, dairy products and human milk, and it’s also available as a dietary supplement.