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B Vitamin Supplements Review (B Complexes, B6, B12, Biotin, Folate, Niacin, Riboflavin & More)

Read our reviews of B vitamin supplements, to find the best B complexes, niacin, B-6, B-12, biotin, thiamin and folic acid. Get information about B vitamins for energy, memory, and depression. Read about MTHFR and methylfolate, and the safety of energy drinks with B vitamins.

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1.Being over 50 years old, I'm looking to take a vitamin B-12 supplement. I see that many contain a form of vitamin B-12 called cyanocobalamin, yet I read on the Internet that this form is toxic. Should I be concerned?
2.Can lysine, vitamin B-12, or other vitamins or minerals help prevent or reduce canker sores?
3.Which "whole food" multivitamins are only from foods and don't include synthetic vitamins? What can you tell from the labels of these products: Complete Foods Nutrition-OctoMega MultiVitamin; Sunwarrior Raw Vitamins; Garden of LIfe-MyKind Organics; Nature's Brands-PhytoVitamins; Doctors' Research MultiVitamin?
4.Can prenatal vitamins have too much folic acid? Mine has 800 mcg, but isn't that more than what's recommended? Is this dangerous to me or my baby?
5.I was told I have a MTHFR gene mutation. What do I need to know about taking B vitamins?
6.I've heard that having low B-12 or B-6 can cause depression. Is that true?
7.Is sublingual vitamin B-12 really better than the pill form?
8.What is benfotiamine and can it really improve or prevent complications from diabetes?
9.I have been having neurological symptoms, and a blood test showed I have toxic levels of vitamin B-6. My multivitamin contains 75 mg of B-6, but this is below the upper limit of 100 mg per day. Could my vitamin contain more than it lists?
10.Is it better to get vitamins from foods or supplements, and are natural vitamins better than synthetic vitamins?
11.Can taking too much vitamin B-6 be dangerous? The label on my multivitamin states it contains 2000% of the Daily Value!
12.How are you staying healthy during the coronavirus pandemic?  (in Comments)
13.How likely are Americans to be deficient in vitamins or minerals?
14.I thought the B vitamins were all water soluble and did not build up in the body, so you would not build up toxic levels. Am I wrong?  (in Comments)
15.Is P-5-P really better than "regular" vitamin B6?
16.Can taking too much vitamin B-12 be dangerous? The label on my B-complex states it contains 50,000% of the Daily Value!
17.I read on your website that some B-12 vitamins can cause diarrhea due to added sugar substitutes like sorbitol. I have had diarrhea and never thought it could be caused by my vitamin B-12 supplement, until I read your article and stopped taking the supplement. My diarrhea stopped immediately. Can you help me find a brand of B-12 that doesn't contain sorbitol or sugar substitutes that could cause this problem?
18.What are the symptoms of vitamin B6 deficiency?
19.Are lozenges and sublingual pills considered dietary supplements?
20.Have you evaluated a multivitamin by Vita Logic called Daily Extra?
21.The maker of my multivitamin says it doesn't include folic acid because too much from supplements can be harmful. Is that true?
22.Do any supplements help for tinnitus? Is it true that some supplements can cause tinnitus?
23.Can vitamins or other supplements cause a change in the ability to taste, or even a loss of taste?
24.Can vitamin supplements strengthen brittle nails?
25.Are enteric coated supplements better than non-enteric coated ones?
26.Do any supplements help with nerve pain, like sciatica or diabetic neuropathy?
27.Does vitamin B12 improve memory?
28.What B-vitamin complex do you recommend for older people?
29.Are the "% DV" numbers on vitamin supplement labels really based on what I need?
30.I take a number of supplements and I think they are making my acid reflux worse. Which supplements could be causing my stomach irritation, and what can I do about it?
31.Is it true that some vitamins or supplements can cause cancer?
32.Which supplements can help with indigestion and/or heartburn?
33.Do vitamin patches, such as for B12 or multivitamins, really work? How about those from PatchMD?
34.How do the Beyond Burger, the Impossible Burger, and a beef burger compare in terms of vitamins and minerals, and which is best?
35.Which supplements can help to lower blood pressure?
36.Which supplements reduce the risk of stroke? Which increase the risk of stroke?
37.Which supplements help to improve energy and decrease fatigue?
38.Does Alpha Brain really improve memory, focus and cognition?
39.Do any supplements help reduce the symptoms of premenstrual syndrome (PMS)?
40.Do Sugar Bear Hair Vitamins make hair shine, nails stronger, and help both to grow? They taste good but are super expensive.
41.I was surprised when my doctor told me to stop taking supplements because my kidney function was low. But after stopping the supplements, my kidney function returned to normal. Can taking a lot of supplements really damage the kidneys?
42.Which supplements are important after bariatric surgery (i.e., weight loss or stomach-reducing surgery)? Are there any I should avoid?
43.Do diamine oxidase (DAO) supplements for histamine intolerance really work?
44.What are the health benefits of avocado oil? Is it healthier than olive oil? Which avocado oils are best?
45.What is Lipo-flavonoid and does it work for tinnitus or other ear problems?
46.What is vitamin B12 and how much do I need?
47.Do any supplements help relieve stress?


Clinical Updates Found:
2019 B Vitamins for Cognition (11/29/2019)
B Vitamins for Cognition
Increasing vitamin B-12 intake by those deficient in B-12 can help slow age-related declines in memory and cognition, but the dose needs to be sufficient, as suggested by a recent study. For details see the Memory, Cognition, and Alzheimer's Disease section of the B Vitamin Supplements Review. Also see our Top Picks for B-12 and other B Vitamins.
 Zinc for Canker Sores? (07/20/2019)
Zinc for Canker Sores?
We've added information about zinc to our answer to the question: Can lysine, vitamin B-12, or other vitamins or minerals help prevent or reduce canker sores?
 Hip Fracture Risk with B6 (05/18/2019)
Hip Fracture Risk with B6
Another study has shown a significantly increased risk of hip fracture with high intakes of vitamin B6 from supplements. For details, see the B-6 section of the B Vitamins Review. Also see how much B6 is in popular B vitamin supplements and our Top Picks.
2018 Too Much Vitamin B6 (05/15/2018)
Too Much Vitamin B6
Be aware that you can get too much vitamin B6 from supplements and energy drinks. This can result in nerve damage and other adverse effects, as has been recently reported. For details, see the B6 section of the B Vitamin Supplements Review.
2017 Danger from Too Much Vitamin B6 (12/14/2017)
Danger from Too Much Vitamin B6
A women who was consuming large amounts of an energy drink as well as a B-vitamin complex developed symptoms of vitamin B6 (pyridoxine) toxicity (which may not be reversible), according to a recent report. Get the details in the "B6" section of B Vitamin Supplements Review >>

CL has long warned that energy drinks and shots often contain large amounts of B6 and other B vitamins.
 High-Dose B Vitamins & Lung Cancer Risk (08/29/2017)
High-Dose B Vitamins & Lung Cancer Risk
A recent study found that taking high doses of vitamins B6 and B12 was associated with an increased risk of lung cancer among men, particulary among those who smoke. For details, see the "ConsumerTips" section of the B Vitamin Supplements Review >>
 High-Dose B Vitamins & Cataract Risk (08/26/2017)
High-Dose B Vitamins & Cataract Risk
Taking high doses of B vitamins, including B vitamin complexes, folic acid and B6, was associated with a higher risk of age-related cataracts among middle-aged men and women, according to a new study. For details, see the "ConsumerTips" section of the B Vitamin Supplements Review >>
 How Vitamin B6 May Backfire (07/26/2017)
How Vitamin B6 May Backfire
Supplementing with high-dose vitamin B6 can sometimes cause the same nerve toxicity associated with deficiency of B6. New research explains why this may happen and suggests how to avoid it. For details, see the "Vitamin B6" section of the B Vitamin Supplements Review >>
 Hip Fracture Risk With Too Much B-6 (06/10/2017)
Hip Fracture Risk With Too Much B-6
A new study found that older men and women who took a high daily dose of vitamin B-6 had a 42% increased risk of hip fracture. Get the details in the "Vitamin B-6" section of the B Vitamin Supplements Review. Also, be aware that many supplements on the market contain the amount of B-6 used in this study, or more, in a daily serving! For help choosing a B-Complex or B-6 supplement that suits your needs without providing too much B-6, see our Top Picks among B vitamin supplements.
 POTS and Thiamin (05/24/2017)
POTS and Thiamin
A small study among people who suffer from POTS (postural tachycardia syndrome) suggested that supplementing with thiamin (vitamin B-1) may help some. For details, see the Thiamin (B-1) section of the B Vitamin Supplements Review >>
 Cognitive Decline With Too Little B6 (02/03/2017)
Cognitive Decline With Too Little B6
A recent study among men and women in their 60’s found that those getting inadequate amounts of vitamin B6 in their diets had much higher rates of cognitive decline. Get the details in the "What It Does" section of the B Vitamin Supplements Review (which includes our tests of products) >>
 Side-Effect With B-12 (01/20/2017)
Side-Effect With B-12
Certain formulations of vitamin B-12 contain additional ingredients that can cause diarrhea and bloating in some people – particularly if taking more than one pill. An apparent case of this was reported to us this week. To help you avoid this, read the details in the "What CL Found" section of the B Vitamin Supplements Review (which includes our tests of products) >>
 Potential Risk with High B-12 (01/10/2017)
Potential Risk with High B-12
Among people who are malnourished, those with elevated vitamin B-12 levels in their blood were twice as likely to die when hospitalized as those with lower B-12 levels, according to a new study. The study authors suggest caution with inappropriate supplementation. For more details about the study, and vitamin B-12, see the B Vitamin Supplements Review >>
2016 Too Much Folate & Nerve Damage (10/22/2016)
Too Much Folate & Nerve Damage
One quarter of American men and women have a gene variation which puts them at higher risk of nerve damage if consuming too much of folate (vitamin B-9) daily, according to a new study. Considering that most older Americans consume more than this amount (largely due to excessive supplement use) this should be a warning to many. For more details, see the "Folate" section of the B Vitamins Review >>
 Biotin Caution (08/20/2016)
Biotin Caution
Very high-doses of biotin (vitamin B-7) can cause misleading laboratory results and lead to unnecessary antithyroid treatment, according to a new report. For details, see the Biotin section of the B Vitamins Supplements Review >>
2015 How Vitamin B-12 Causes Acne (06/27/2015)
How Vitamin B-12 Causes Acne
Vitamin B-12 is a critical nutrient and many people, particularly those over 50, should supplement with B-12 to avoid deficiency. However, at doses higher than those used to prevent deficiency, B-12 may occasionally trigger acne. A new study appears to explain the B-12/acne connection. For details, see the "Cobalamin (B-12)" section of the B Vitamin Supplements Review >>
 Niacin Reduces Skin Cancer (05/16/2015)
Niacin Reduces Skin Cancer
A recent study suggests that high-dose niacin (vitamin B-3) may reduce the risk of developing certain types of skin cancer. A closer look at the study, however, raises questions about its relevance to people in North America. Get the details, as well as more information about niacin and our product test results & comparisons, in the B Vitamin Supplements Review >> 
 Folic Acid Reduces Risk of Stroke (03/15/2015)
Folic Acid Reduces Risk of Stroke
A large study in people taking blood pressure-lowering medication found that the addition of a daily folic acid (vitamin B-9 or folate) supplement significantly reduced the chance of having a stroke. This benefit is most likely to occur among people whose blood levels of folate are low. More details, including dosage and ConsumerLab.com's test-based quality ratings of folic acid supplements, are found in the B Vitamin Supplements Review >>
2014 Do B Vitamins Boost Memory? (11/16/2014)
Do B Vitamins Boost Memory?
This week, a study was reported in the media suggesting that taking vitamin B-12 and folic acid does not help with memory. But a closer look at this and related studies shows a benefit for some people. Get the details, plus our tests and comparisons of B-vitamin supplements, in the B Vitamin Supplements Review >> 
 High-Dose Niacin with Statins Not Worth It (07/19/2014)
High-Dose Niacin with Statins Not Worth It
Further evidence was published this week showing that the addition of high-dose niacin (vitamin B-3) to cholesterol-lowering treatment with statin drugs provides no worthwhile benefit and appears to increase the risk of adverse side events. For details, see the Review of B Vitamin Supplements and Energy Drinks >> 
2013 B-12 Deficiency and Acid Inhibitors (12/14/2013)
B-12 Deficiency and Acid Inhibitors
A large, new study found the risk of vitamin B-12 deficiency to be significantly higher among people taking proton pump inhibitors (e.g., Prevacid, Prilosec) or H2-blockers (e.g., Pepcid, Zantac) than among those not taking these medications. The drugs reduce acid production in the stomach, but acid is needed to release B-12 from foods, so deficiency can occur. B-12 supplements can help because acid is not needed for their absorption. For details -- and our reviews of supplements with vitamin B-12 -- see the updated B Vitamin Supplements Review >>   

Other supplements which should or should not be used with these medications are discussed in the Proton Pump Inhibitors article, which is part of the extensive Drug Interactions section of our website (where you can look up interactions for other drugs you may be taking.) 

 B Vitamin Supplements for Stroke? (09/21/2013)
B Vitamin Supplements for Stroke?
A review of 14 clinical studies suggests that B vitamins may help prevent stroke. However, a deep reading of the report shows the benefit to be slight, at best.  For details about the study, other uses of B vitamins (including B6, B-12, folic acid, niacin and complexes), and tests of these supplements, see the B Vitamin Supplements Review>>  
2012 Higher Vitamin Level May Slow Cognitive Decline (12/16/2012)
Higher Vitamin Level May Slow Cognitive Decline
An 8-year study of people in their 70's found that cognitive functioning (memory and other mental skills) declined faster among those with lower blood levels of vitamin B-12 compared to those with higher levels. Particularly surprising was that 40% of the people in the study fell into the lower B-12 group, many of whom had levels which would not normally define them as deficient in B-12. This and other recent studies suggest a role for vitamin B-12 in minimizing cognitive decline in older people. For details, see the updated B Vitamin Supplements Review. More >>
 B Vitamin May Lower Blood Pressure (05/20/2012)
B Vitamin May Lower Blood Pressure
According to a new study, approximately 10% of the population is genetically prone to high blood pressure which may respond dramatically to a low dose of riboflavin (vitamin B-2). Read the update to the B Vitamin Supplements Review for details, including the dose used and amount of blood pressure reduction achieved. More >>
 B-12 and Folic Acid for Memory (01/08/2012)
B-12 and Folic Acid for Memory
Small but significant improvements in short and long-term memory were found to occur in older people (aged 60 to 74) given modest daily amounts of vitamin B-12 and folic acid. But don't expect immediate results. Improvements were seen only after 2 years of supplementation. See the update in the B Vitamins Review for the dosage used, as well as our ratings of supplements with vitamin B-12 and folic acid.
2011 B Vitamins May Help Memory (10/30/2011)
B Vitamins May Help Memory
A recently published study of individuals aged 70 years or more with mild cognitive impairment found that a daily dose of three B vitamins (folic acid, vitamin B-12, and vitamin B-6) over 2 years appeared to slow cognitive and clinical decline, particularly in those who started with elevated levels of plasma homocysteine. See the B Vitamin Product Review for details including the dosage used.  More >>
 Women-Vitamin Study - Key Points (10/12/2011)
Women-Vitamin Study - Key Points
You may have heard this week about a new study which found a higher risk of death among women who used certain supplements. It’s a complicated study, but we've summarized some key findings. Bear in mind that only white women ages 55 to 69 were enrolled in the study and they were followed for 22 years.

Those taking calcium supplements had a 3.8% reduced risk of death. The calcium benefit ended, however, when taking more than 900 mg per day from supplements. It's worth noting that experts suggest many older women who take calcium supplements may not need to -- see the Calcium Supplement Review for more.

The mineral most strongly associated with an increased risk of death was iron, which showed a risk increase of 3.9% -- and the risk increased as the dose increased, particularly over 50 mg per day. However, the study grouped dosages of under 50 mg together, making it hard to determine the risk of low dosages of iron, such as those in many multivitamins. However, there is very little reason why a postmenopausal woman should be taking iron -- see the Iron Supplement Review for more.

Although not as statistically meaningful, other supplements were associated with the following increases in the risk of death during the study: multivitamins (2.4%), vitamin B6 (4.1%), folic acid (5.9%), magnesium (3.6%), zinc (3.0%), and copper (18.0%). An abstract of the study is online.

The bottom line: Don't take a supplement you don't need. If you want to know how much of each vitamin and mineral you need from your total diet and how much is too much, see our chart at www.consumerlab.com/RDAs.
 Niacin Concern Stops Cardiovascular Study (05/31/2011)
Niacin Concern Stops Cardiovascular Study
A clinical trial using high dose niacin (vitamin B3) was recently stopped by the National Institutes of Health due to lack of benefit and a small increase in strokes. Patients in the study had cardiovascular disease and were already taking a statin drug to keep LDL ("bad") cholesterol levels low. The addition of high dose niacin was intended to increase HDL ("good") cholesterol, reduce elevated triglycerides, and, most importantly, reduce the risk of heart attacks and stoke. For more information, including the amount and type of niacin used in the study and additional information about niacin and niacin supplements, see the B Vitamin Supplements ReviewMore >>
 Does folic acid affect the risk of colon cancer? (05/09/2011)
Does folic acid affect the risk of colon cancer?
Supplementation with higher amounts of folic acid (vitamin B-9) has been shown to increase the risk of prostate cancer, but its effect on the risk of colon cancer has been unclear. A new study found no increase in colon cancer due to folic acid supplementation. But if you supplement with folic acid, be careful. See the B Vitamin Supplements Review for more >>


Recent Recalls and Warnings Found:
1.Company Failed to Report Adverse Events Associated With Its Nutrition Shakes (02/26/2020)
2.Seller of CoQ10, Resveratrol and More Warned for Manufacturing Violations (02/18/2020)
3.Biotin Supplements Can Cause False Lab Test Results (11/09/2019)
4.Brain Supplement Claims to Treat Brain Injuries, Alzheimer's Are Deceptive, Says FTC (11/02/2019)
5.American College of Sports Medicine Warns of Energy Drink Dangers (02/13/2018)
6.Adverse Effects From Energy Drinks Common Among Youth and Young Adults (01/16/2018)

Archived Recalls and Warnings Found:
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1.Seller of B Vitamins, Vitamin C, Potassium & More Warned for Manufacturing Violations (04/04/2017)
2.Energy Drink Linked to Case of Acute Hepatitis (11/04/2016)
3.Seller of Sublingual Vitamins Warned for Drug Claims (10/18/2016)
4.Maker of Magnesium, Calcium, Zinc, B Vitamins and More Warned for Manufacturing Violations, Drug Claims (03/10/2015)
5.Seller of B-12, Zinc, Echinacea and More Warned for Manufacturing Violations and Drug Claims (12/12/2014)
6.Maker of Ginseng, Zinc, Calcium and More Warned for Manufacturing Violations (12/05/2014)
7.Maker of Children's Vitamins, Weight Loss Supplements and More Warned for Manufacturing Violations (11/11/2014)
8.Seller of Cholesterol, Arthritis Supplements and More Warned for Drug Claims (11/06/2014)
9.Maker of Joint and Weight Products Warned for Hidden Drugs, Manufacturing Violations (09/23/2014)
10.Seller of "Nerve", "Cleanse" and Probiotic Supplements Warned for Drug Claims (09/05/2014)
11.Maker of Mood, Smoking Cessation Supplements and More Warned for Violations, Drug Claims (05/14/2014)
12.Immune Supplement Recalled Due To Undeclared Milk (08/27/2013)
13.Fat Loss and Muscle Enhancement Supplements Found To Contain DMAA (08/01/2013)
14.B Vitamin Supplement Found To Contain Anabolic Steroids (07/28/2013)
15.Seller of Vision Supplement Warned For Drug Claims (07/05/2013)
16.Seller of Cardio, Immune, Greens Supplements and More Warned For Drug Claims (06/13/2013)
17.Maker of Concentration, Pain, Immune, Cholesterol Supplements Warned For Drug Claims (05/10/2013)
18.Seller of Immune, Cholesterol, Liver and Blood Sugar Products Warned For Drug Claims (04/26/2013)
19.Seller of Digestion, Thyroid and Vitamin D Supplements Warned For Drug Claims (04/23/2013)
20.Cardio, Energy and Sexual Enhancement Supplement Distributor Warned For Manufacturing Violations and Drug Claims (04/18/2013)
21.Maker of Liquid Supplements Warned For Manufacturing Violations and Drug Claims (03/15/2013)
22.Energy Drink Recalled Due To Bacterial Contamination (02/15/2013)
23.Manufacturer of Heart, Multivitamin, Cranberry, and Longevity Supplements Warned For Adulteration and Drug Claims (02/13/2013)
24.FDA Warns Maker of Weight Loss and Whey Protein Supplements For Manufacturing Violations and Misbranding (02/13/2013)
25.Vitamin and Supplement Maker Warned For Labeling Errors, Manufacturing Violations (02/06/2013)
26.Seller of Blood Sugar, Depression and Sleep Supplements Warned For Making Drug Claims (12/26/2012)
27.Maker of Eye Health Supplements Warned for Drug Claims (09/26/2012)
28.Maker of Concussion Recovery Supplement Warned For Making Drug Claims (09/10/2012)
29.Prescription and Street Drug Alternatives Found in Male Enhancement, Mood, and Sleep Supplements (07/27/2012)
30.Centrum Multivitamins: Breast and Colon Health Claims Pulled (07/06/2012)
31.FDA Warns Candy Maker Making Heart Health Claims (06/26/2006)


News Releases Found:
2019 ConsumerLab Tests Reveal Best B Vitamin Supplements -- 19% of B Vitamin Supplements Fail CL's Tests of Quality (06/25/2019)
2017 ConsumerLab.com Reveals Best and Worst B Vitamin Supplements and Why Current Labels Often Mislead (02/23/2017)
2016 ConsumerLab.com Helps Consumers Make Sense of the FDA's Updated Daily Values (DV) for Vitamins and Minerals (07/27/2016)
2015 ConsumerLab.com Shows Chinese Consumers What's Really in Foods and Supplements -- U.S. Testing Company Expands to China, Launches cn.ConsumerLab.com (03/05/2015)
2014 Flaxseed and Other Popular Seed Oil Supplements Tested by ConsumerLab.com, But Not All Brands Pass -- Flaxseed, Black Currant, Borage and Evening Primrose Oils Reviewed (05/07/2014)
2012 ConsumerLab.com Reveals How Much Caffeine is in Energy Drinks -- Also Finds Some Drinks and Dietary Supplements Don't Contain Claimed Amounts of B Vitamins (09/27/2012)
2010 ConsumerLab.com reports deficiencies in some B-complex supplements and more caffeine than expected in "shot-sized" B vitamin "energy" drinks (10/26/2010)
2009 ConsumerLab.com Warns of Problems with Multivitamins and Vitamin Water -- Defects Found in Over 30% of Supplements Selected for Testing; Several Popular Children's Multis Exceed Tolerable Limits (03/31/2009)
2007 Tests of B-vitamins by ConsumerLab.com finds several short on folic acid — New report covers B-complexes, thiamin, niacin, B-6, B-12, biotin and folic acid supplements (09/10/2007)
2002 ConsumerLab.com finds most B vitamin supplements contain what they claim, but often exceed safe levels — Consumers cautioned to be aware of side effects with high dose products (01/08/2002)
2000 Quality of prostate supplements get mixed review in ConsumerLab.com study; Saw palmetto product review published online today. (01/31/2000)
 Majority of dietary supplements sold in U.S. being tested by ConsumerLab.com in 2000; newest results due January 31 for Saw Palmetto. (01/24/2000)


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