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Product Type: Vitamin
Barcode: 811762021505

Plant-based, essential B vitamins from non-GMO verified, organic foods to support cellular energy, cardiovascular and cognitive functions, and healthy hair, skin, and nails.*

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Product Highlights

  • Plant-based B vitamins
  • Bioactive B12 forms, No metallic aftertaste
  • Gentle nourishing blend
  • Clean-label
  • Non-GMO Project™ Verified
  • Certified C.L.E.A.N.
  • USDA Certified Organic
  • Certified by Vegan Action
  • Ko® Kosher Certified
  • Made without chemical additives
  • Made without magnesium stearate

We know that you entrust us with your health and the health of loved ones when you purchase a NutriGold product and this is not a responsibility we take lightly. This is one reason why we are uncompromising in our commitment to making the best-in-class products using ingredients with a history of safe use.

We also recognize that when it comes to supplements, quality is not self-evident and that there is no reliable way for a consumer to know just by looking at a product whether or not it actually contains what it claims to contain on the label. And although we cannot speak to the quality of products by other brands, we want to make sure you have the information you need to make an informed purchasing decision about NutriGold products.

In the spirit of authentic transparency and to assist you in making the purchasing decision that is right for you or a loved one, we have put together an “Informed Purchasing Decision” checklist that includes essential information about where the ingredients in this product are sourced from, where the finished product is manufactured, what tests are performed on our raw materials and/or finished products, and which third-party certifiers have evaluated the product’s compliance with objective quality standards.

Our Values in Practice

Sustainability

This product is manufactured in the USA using certified organic and Non-GMO Project™ verified ingredients and packaged using eco-friendly materials. Click here to learn more about our sustainability commitment.

Quality

This product is made without chemical additives and provides essential, plant-based B vitamins from a synergistic blend of nourishing foods. Click here to learn more about our quality commitment.

Accountability

This product has been independently verified by accredited labs in the USA to meet stringent purity and overall quality standards.Click here to learn more about our accountability commitment.

Transparency

Summary of third-party test results is available in lot-specific ‘Certificates of Analysis’ under the ‘Documentation Section.’Click here to learn more about our transparency commitment.

Informed Purchasing Decision Checklist
Country of Manufacture of the finished product USA
Country of Origin of raw materials used in the product Organic Guava Extract (India), Orgaic Holy Basil Extract (India), Organic Lemon Extract (India), Organic Citrus Limon Extract (India), Methyl B-12 (China), Adenosyl B-12 (China), Organic Apple (USA), Organic Kale (USA), Organic Broccoli (USA), Organic Spinach (USA), Organic Carrot (USA), Organic Parsley (USA), Organic Beet (USA), Organic Green Cabbage (USA), Organic Blueberry (USA), Organic Raspberry (USA), Organic Strawberry (USA), Organic Tomato (USA), Organic Rice Concentrate (USA), Vegan Capsule (USA, Europe/China)†
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    †The Country of Origin information for the raw materials used in NutriGold products is based on information provided by vendors and/or on supplier information readily available in the public domain. Please note that an ingredient may sometimes be sourced from different countries, but every ingredient, no matter which country it is sourced from, is subject to the same rigorous checks to ensure that products consistently meet the industry-defining quality standards that you have come to expect from the NutriGold brand.
Capsule size Size 0 (Length: 21.6 mm Diameter: 7.65 mm)
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Capsule type Organic Pullulan (certified organic pullulan (polysaccharide produced from starch by Aureobasidium pullulans), purified water, and less than 0.1% of seaweed extract including alginates, agar and other polysaccharides)
Active ingredient composition Plant-based nutrients from organic extracts and whole powders, synthetic b12
(For more information on the different terms we use to describe the ingredients in our products, please click here.)
Identity of active ingredients Independently verified by third-party lab
Amount (or %) of active ingredient(s) Independently verified by third-party lab(s)
Microbial contaminants Raw materials and finished products independently verified to meet USP, NSF, and/or AHPA specifications
Heavy metals limits (Inorganic Arsenic, Cadmium Lead, & Mercury) Raw materials and finished products independently verified to meet USP, NSF, and/or AHPA specifications
CA Prop 65 compliant for lead? Independently verified to contain < 0.5 micrograms of lead at the maximum daily dosage
Manufactured without chemical additives? (confirmed via extensive supply-chain verification)
Allergen status Independently verified to contain < 20 ppm of gluten and < 5 ppm of corn, egg, milk, peanut, shellfish, and soy allergens
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    Voluntary Allergen Testing Program
    We routinely test raw materials and/or finished products for corn, egg, gluten, milk, peanut, shellfish, and soy allergens as per the Food Allergen Labeling And Consumer Protection Act of 2004. Our specifications for allergens are based, when available, on established regulatory requirements (e.g < 20 ppm for gluten). In the absence of such regulatory guidelines, a product is considered “free of a particular allergen” if the product is independently verified by a testing lab to contain less than 5 ppm (or 5 micrograms per gram) of the allergen.
Certified organic? Certified by the USDA to contain > 95 % organic ingredients
Non-GMO verified? Verified non-GMO by the Non-GMO Project™
Certified C.L.E.A.N.? Cerified C.L.E.A.N by the International Center for Integrative Systems
Kosher certified? Verified by Ko® Kosher Service
Vegan certified? Certified by Vegan Action
Suitable for ethical vegans? (no ingredients derived from or tested on animals)
Suitable for dietary vegans? (no animal-based ingredients)
Suitable for vegetarians? (no animal-based ingredients)
Aflatoxins Verified to meet USP <561> limits for aflatoxins (B1, B2, G1, & G2)
Residual solvents Verified to meet USP <467> limits for residual solvents
Residual pesticides Verified to meet USP <561> limits for residual pesticides

Still not convinced that this is the right product for you? Have more questions or concerns? Just email our Support Team at help@nutrigold.com for assistance.

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Please be advised that the content below is for information purposes only and should not be used to diagnose, treat, or cure a medical condition or as a substitute for a professional medical opinion.


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General Questions about B Vitamins

What are B vitamins?

B vitamins are a set of nutrients that function as coenzymes, which means that they assist and allow enzymes to carry out their intended functions in the body.  There are eight B vitamins—Thiamin (B1), Riboflavin (B2), Niacin (B3), Pyridoxine (B6), Folate (B9), B-12, Biotin and Pantothenic Acid (B5).  While each B vitamin has its own unique role in the body, many of the B vitamins work synergistically with each other to support cellular energy, cardiovascular and cognitive functions, and healthy hair, skin, and nails.

What are some risk factors for a B vitamin deficiency?

Evidence from human research shows that a significant proportion of the populations of developed countries suffer from deficiencies or insufficiencies in one or more of this group of vitamins. Unfortunately, today’s over-reliance on refined and processed foods can provide a challenge to optimal B vitamin intake. Individuals that are at risk for B vitamin deficiency include alcoholics and those with gastrointestinal disorders such as persistent diarrhea, malabsorption syndromes, celiac disease, Crohn’s disease and ulcerative colitis.  Pregnant women and senior citizens may also be at greater risk of deficiency. Strict vegetarians sometimes require B12 supplementation given that B12 is mainly found in animal products.

Are there any food sources of B vitamins?

The best way to obtain most essential B vitamins is to consume a plant-based diet rich in fruits, vegetables (leafy greens), seeds/nuts, and whole grains. Active forms of vitamin B12, however, are mainly found in animal products and are generally not present in plant-based foods. Many people today simply do not meet the daily requirement for B vitamins, making supplementation often necessary to support optimal health.

What is the recommended dietary allowance for B vitamins?

100% DV of B vitamins for individuals 18 years and older

B Vitamins

Adult Males

Adult Females

Pregnant

Breast-feeding

Thiamin (B1)

1.2 mg

1.2 mg

1.4 mg

1.4 mg

Riboflavin (B2)

1.3 mg

1.3 mg

1.6 mg

1.6 mg

Niacin (B3)

16 mg

16 mg

18 mg

18 mg

Pyridoxine (B6)

1.7 mg

1.7 mg

2 mg

2 mg

Folate (B9)

400 mcg DFE

400 mcg DFE

600 mcg DFE

600 mcg DFE

B12

2.4 mcg

2.4 mcg

2.8 mcg

2.8 mcg

Biotin

30 mcg

30 mcg

35 mcg

35 mcg

Pantothenic Acid

5 mg

5 mg

7 mg

7 mg

Is there an established upper toxicity limit for B vitamins?

The Upper Tolerable Limit (UL), established by the Food and Nutrition Bard (FNB) of the Institute of Medicine, is considered to be the highest amount you can take of a nutrient without theoretical risk. Currently, the only B vitamins that have an established UL are Niacin (B3), Pyridoxine (B6) and Folic acid.  The other five B vitamins do not have an established UL due to a lack of reports showing negative effects from high intake amounts.

B Vitamins

Upper Tolerable Limit (UL)

Thiamin (B1)

Not established

Riboflavin (B2)

Not established

Niacin (B3)

35 mg

Pyridoxine (B6)

100 mg

Folate (B9)

1000 mcg*

B12

Not established

Biotin

Not established

Pantothenic Acid

Not established

*UL —The UL is not based on mcg DFE, but on mcg of synthetic folate, such as folic acid or methylfolate. There is no UL for natural folate. Consequently, if a product made with folic acid lists 1,000 mcg DFE, it only contains about 600 mcg of folic acid (which is far below the adult UL of 1,000 mcg of synthetic folate).

Can a B Complex supplement be taken with OTC or prescription medications?

If you are taking or planning to take an OTC or prescription medication, please consult a licensed pharmacist or your healthcare provider before beginning supplementation to minimize risk of side effects associated with potential supplement-drug interactions.

Questions about B Complex Gold

What are the sources of the B vitamins in B-Complex Gold?

B-Complex Gold is a gentle and nourishing form of plant-based B vitamins that are derived entirely from natural food sources (e.g. organic lemon peel, guava fruit, etc.) —they are not synthetic B vitamins fermented, grown or cultured in yeast or a blend of organic foods fortified with synthetic B vitamins and marketed as “whole-food” or “food-based” B-Complex. The only exception is vitamin B-12, which is synthetic and  produced by microbial fermentation of multiple species of propionibacterium. The full list of organic foods from which our B vitamins are derived is included in the ‘Organic Food Blend’ on the supplement facts panel and on the product page on our website.

How is B-Complex Gold different from other  B-Complex supplements?

The most important distinction between the different commercially-available B-Complex supplements, including B-Complex Gold, is the source of the B vitamins in the product—in other words, were the B vitamins made in a lab using chemicals or derived from a living food source? The vast majority of commercially available B-Complex supplements provide B vitamins that were created in a lab using chemicals. Except for the B12, all the other B vitamins in B-Complex Gold are derived entirely from natural food sources—no synthetic B vitamins are used at any point during the production process.

Regardless of what “else” may be in a B-Complex product (e.g. food powders, nutritional yeast) or how the product is marketed (e.g. whole-food, food-based, real food, raw food), almost all B-Complex supplements can be broadly categorized based on the source of the B vitamins in the product —

Category

Finished Product Composition

Source of B vitamins

Marketed as

1

Synthetic B vitamins

(+ additives)

Lab-made, synthetic isolates

B-Complex supplement

2

B vitamins + “base” of food powders

Lab-made, synthetic isolates

Food-based, Whole-food

3

B vitamins + Yeast

(S. cerevisiae)

Lab-made, synthetic isolates fermented/grown/cultured in nutritional yeast

Real food, Whole-food, 

Raw food, Food-based

NutriGold B-Complex

B vitamins

Living food sources 

(e.g. lemon peel, guava leaf)

Plant-Based

Categories 1 to 3 represent over 95% of B-Complex supplements that are currently available in the industry and include nutrients that have been synthesized using industrial chemicals and solvents. For example, synthetic vitamin B3 (niacin) is typically created in a lab using coal tar derivatives, 3-cyanopyridine, and ammonia.  Even though the products in Categories 2 and 3 may be marketed as “whole food,” “food based,” or some kind of food “derivative,” the fact remains that synthetic B vitamins are used at some point in the production process—either at the beginning as a starting material and/or to fortify the end product so it meets label claims. 

At NutriGold, we understand “synthetic” vitamins to be man-made vitamins that are created in a lab using industrial chemicals and “natural” vitamins to be vitamins that are extracted, concentrated, or otherwise derived from living food sources. The primary difference between man-made vitamins and natural vitamins is that man-made vitamins are created in a lab and are not always structurally similar to vitamins that occur in nature. Synthetic vitamin isolates do not always have the necessary cofactors for their proper utilization by the body; the body has to reconstruct the vitamins using its own reserve of cofactors, and this can, over time, lead to inadvertent nutrient depletion. Furthermore, synthetic vitamins can sometimes result in GI disturbances, nausea or a metallic aftertaste.

B-Complex Gold is made from non-GMO verified, organic foods. Other than B12, all of the B vitamins are derived from food and formulated as part of a food blend. The result is a form of plant-based nutrition that is gentle and easy-to-digest. When formulating our vitamin products, we mindfully choose organic foods as the starting material for our micronutrients. However, our vitamin B12 is an exception to this because there are no known biologically-active, plant sources of B12. B-Complex Gold provides vitamin B12 as methylcobalamin & adenosylcobalamin, both of which are synthetic and produced by microbial fermentation of multiple species of propionibacterium. 

In addition, B-Complex Gold is certified C.L.E.A.N., which is an acronym that stands for Conscious (or safe), Live (minimally processed and predominantly organic), Ethical (Non-GMO), Active (includes bioavailable enzymes as determined by CytoSolve technology), and Nourishing (as determined by the ANDI score).

What is the source of the folate in B-Complex Gold?

Given the confusion that exists over the use of the terms folic acid and folate when describing or marketing vitamin B9 supplements, we would like to begin by clarifying the difference between folate and folic acid as described in the scientific literature.

Folic acid and folate are used interchangeably as they are both forms of vitamin B9, but there is an important difference. According to the American Pregnancy Association, folic acid is the synthesized version that is commonly used in processed foods and supplements; it is man-made and does not occur naturally in foods. Folate, on the other hand, can be found in whole foods such as leafy vegetables, eggs, and citrus fruits. The vitamin B9 in our product is from organic food sources (e.g. lemon peel extract) and, according to the Office of Dietary Supplements, food folates are typically in the tetrahydrofolate form; they are not structurally similar to the synthetic folic acid or methyl folate forms (5-MTHF) available in the market. No synthetic folic acid is added to our products at any point during the production of our finished product. 

What are methylcobalamin and adenosylcobalamin?

Methylcobalamin and adenosylcobalamin are biologically active forms of vitamin B-12 in the human body. Our products feature both bioactive forms for broad-spectrum benefits. Overall, methylcobalamin supports cardiovascular function, neurological health, and emotional wellness. Adenosylcobalamin is found in cellular tissues where it is stored in the mitochondria and supports cellular energy production.

Are synthetic or lab-made nutrients used at any point during the production of B-Complex Gold?

Except for the B12, which is synthetic because a natural, vegan source is not commercially available, all of the other nutrients in our B Complex Gold product are derived from non-genetically modified, organic food sources. No other synthetic isolates are not used at any point during the production of B-Complex Gold.

Should B-Complex Gold be taken with food?

The micronutrients in B-Complex Gold are derived from organic foods and are gentle enough to be taken anytime, even on an empty stomach. However, as a matter of principle and in the interest of your health and safety, we encourage you to consult your healthcare provider prior to supplementation to determine what use, if any, is best for your individual needs.

Does the niacin in B-Complex Gold produce a flush?

Niacin (Vitamin B3) is a water-soluble vitamin that is composed of niacin (or nicotinic acid) and niacinamide. Although niacin and niacinamide have similar functional benefits, their pharmacological properties differ. While niacin has vasodilating properties that can produce the characteristic "niacin" flush, niacinamide does not have this property and, therefore, does not produce flushing. The vitamin B3 in our B-Complex product is sourced from organic foods and provides both niacin and niacinamide. Although individual experiences can and do vary with any supplement, our B-Complex Gold is generally well-tolerated and reports of “flushing,” are less common than with synthetic niacin supplements.

Why does B Complex Gold provide 36 mcg of vitamin B12 per serving when only 2.4 mcg is the RDA for adults?

Customers are often directed to look for higher amounts of vitamin B12 because only about 1% is passively absorbed in the human body. So, even though our B-Complex Gold product provides 36 mcg of vitamin B12 per serving, not all of it is utilized by the body. In fact, we are sometimes asked why we do not include more B12 in our multivitamin products, given that no upper intake level (UL) has been set by the Food & Nutrition Board for vitamin B12 due to its low level of toxicity. (Source - https://lpi.oregonstate.edu/mic/vitamins/vitamin-B12) We recognize that we are all unique individuals with often varied nutritional needs and we encourage all of our customers to consult with a licensed healthcare provider to determine what micronutrients they may or may not be lacking and what amounts are appropriate for their needs.

Can individuals with a known or suspected MTHFR gene mutation take B-Complex Gold to get the recommended daily value of folate?

There is some controversy with regard to the form of B9 that is best suited for individuals with a known or suspected MTHFR gene variant. According to the American Pregnancy Association, some women have a defect in their MTHFR gene that doesn’t allow them to properly convert synthetic folic acid into active methyl folate. As such, women taking folic acid may not be absorbing their B vitamins as expected. For this reason, it is preferable to take folate either from whole food sources (e.g. green leafy vegetables) or supplements that contain the natural form of active folate instead of synthesized folic acid whenever possible. 

However, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, the most common variant in the MTHFR gene is MTHFR C677T and these are the 5 most important things to known about this variant —

  1. People with MTHFR C677T variants can process all types of folate, including folic acid.
  2. Folic acid is the only type of folate shown to help prevent neural tube defects.
  3. MTHFR gene variants are common.
  4. All women of reproductive age who could become pregnant should consume 400 micrograms (mcg) of folic acid each day, including those with an MTHFR C677T variant
  5. Sometimes a woman may still have a baby with a neural tube defect even though she consumed the recommended 400 micrograms (mcg) of folic acid; the defect may be unrelated to the MTHFR gene variant or folate status.

Supplements containing forms of folate other than folic acid (such as 5-MTHF) should not be confused with the natural food folate found in fruits and vegetables. The effectiveness of these [5-MTHF] supplements in preventing neural tube defects has not been studied. For more information on the difference between folic acid and folate, please click here

The form of B9 in our product is not the methylated form. While it can help bridge nutritional gaps in the diet, support good health, and help minimize the risk of folate deficiency when taken in conjunction with a diet that includes folate-rich foods, we regret we do not have any information on and cannot make any recommendations regarding the use of our product by individuals with a known or suspected MTHFR gene variant. If you have any questions or concerns regarding the folate form in our products, we ask that you discuss those concerns with your healthcare provider prior to supplementation so you can make an informed purchasing decision on the form of folate that will best support your particular health goals. 

What is a pullulan capsule? What is it made of?

Pullulan is a vegetable-derived, water-soluble polysaccharide produced through a natural fermentation process. Pullulan capsules are considered more natural than HPMC (cellulose) capsules because they are naturally derived from fermented tapioca. Unlike cellulose capsules, which are considered semi-synthetic and not permitted in certified organic products, pullulan is included in the USDA’s National Organic Program list of accepted ingredients for organic products. 

What is the purpose of the organic rice concentrate?

Although we make every effort to manufacture products without any additives, we sometimes need to add an additive for optimal ingredient flow during manufacturing and to ensure finished product integrity. While many supplement companies prefer to use chemical additives like magnesium stearate and silicon dioxide, we prefer to use organic rice concentrate from USA-grown brown rice bran, which is naturally hypoallergenic and gluten-free. The rice concentrate is only added on an as-needed basis to ensure product integrity and is always declared in the spirit of authentic transparency on the product label.

Is B-Complex Gold suitable for children (under 18 years of age)?

B-Complex Gold is formulated for individuals over 18 years. Because children are considered a vulnerable population, we regret we cannot make any recommendations regarding the use of our products by or for children under the age of 18. We ask that you talk to your pediatrician or family practitioner about whether or not B-Complex Gold is suitable and safe for your child’s particular healthcare needs prior to supplementation.

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Questions about capsule shell

What is in the capsules used by NutriGold to encapsulate its products?

Depending on the formulation, NutriGold products are encapsulated using cellulose, pullulan, organic pullulan, or soft gel capsules. Information regarding the composition of the capsule shell is provided in the “Informed Purchasing Decision Checklist” and is accurate to the best of our knowledge based on information available in the public domain as well as supply-chain documentation provided by the capsule and soft gel manufacturers/vendors.

Are any processing aids used in the production of the empty vegetarian capsule?

Yes. Minor amounts (~ 3%) of processing aids are used in the production of the empty vegetarian (cellulose) capsule shell. The processing aids used in the manufacturing of the capsule shell have been identified as proprietary by the capsule manufacturer and protected by intellectual property and confidentiality agreements between the capsule manufacturer/vendor and NutriGold. As such, we are legally bound to maintain this information strictly confidential and regret that we cannot provide this information to consumers. We can, however, assure you that the processing aids are non-toxic, generally recognized as safe (GRAS), compliant with both the United States Pharmacopoeia and European Pharmacopoeia, and do not pose an allergen risk.  

Are the processing aids used in the production of the empty capsule shells present in the finished product?

Processing aids that are used in the production of the capsule shell may be present in the finished empty capsule shell. We regret we cannot provide precise information on the type of processing aid(s) or the approximate residual amount of the processing aid(s) in the finished capsule shell because it would require us to divulge information proprietary to the capsule manufacturer. We can, however, assure you that the processing aids used in the production of the empty capsule shell are non-toxic, generally recognized as safe (GRAS), compliant with both the United States Pharmacopoeia and European Pharmacopoeia, and do not pose an allergen risk.

I am concerned about a possible allergy to the processing aid(s) used in the production of the capsule shells. How can I find out what processing aids are used so I can determine whether the product is safe for me to take?

Although we make every effort to provide as much information as we can about the ingredients in our products to help consumers make educated purchasing decisions, there may be times when we cannot provide the requested information or clarification because it is proprietary to the manufacturer, as in the case of the processing aids. Disclosing protected information to unauthorized individuals, within and outside our organization, is not just unethical, but also unlawful. If you are concerned about a potential allergy to the processing aid(s) that may have been used in the production of the capsule shell, we encourage you to discuss your concerns with your healthcare provider prior to making a purchasing decision. 

Why does NutriGold® sometimes use soft gelatin capsules to encapsulate its products?

At NutriGold®, we are committed to offering sustainable products using non-GMO, organic, and/or vegan ingredients, and this includes the capsule shell we use to encapsulate those ingredients. In fact, many of our products are certified vegan by Vegan Action®, helping provide unbiased assurance that the product (and the ingredients it contains) comply with both dietary and ethical vegan standards. However, there are some ingredients (e.g. fish oil, ubiquinol, astaxanthin) that are more sensitive to oxygen and can, consequently, oxidize or degrade. For ingredients like these, bovine gelatin soft gelatin capsule shells offer better protection and help ensure finished product integrity until the end of the shelf-life of the product. That being said, we are hopeful that growing consumer awareness of and demand for vegan options will continue to drive innovation in dietary supplement delivery systems and we are committed to replacing the gelatin soft gels in our products with a clean-label, vegan capsule shell that offers the same protection from the elements as the gelatin capsule when such an option becomes available.

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