Trec Vitamin B Complex 60caps | A complex of B vitamins ✅
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Trec - Vitamin B Complex - 60caps


Energy, concentration and an incredibly effective metabolism in one! This is how you can describe the latest offer of the Trec company, which just wins the hearts of all athletes - Vitamin B Complex. Specially composed composition allows for quick absorption into the body and effective, effective action!

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  • Energy, concentration and effective metabolism

  • Full use of nutrients

  • A concentrated complex of vitamins from group B

The surprising power of vitamins

There is no other such an effective product on our market. Trec Vitamin B Complex has the best developed complex of vitamins from group B. It combines the highest quality composition of vitamins essential for the metabolism of athletes and physically active people. All micronutrients are characterized by rapid absorption, thanks to which in the blink of an eye you will feel their beneficial effects. Precisely adjusted proportions of B group vitamins and metabolic activators support the efficient use of all food ingredients (proteins, fats and carbohydrates). Regular supplementation is conducive to improving concentration, efficiency of the body and increases resistance to disease and injuries.

The best-created supplement

Trec Vitamin B Complex contains ingredients that increase energy production and improve the body's adaptive abilities. You will say goodbye once and for all with an unpleasant feeling of fatigue both during and after training. The supplement was created for the most demanding requirements of all athletes and physically active people. Precise composition of the most important B group vitamins and metabolic activators will make you always fully motivated to act. The preparation is free of harmful substances and does not cause any side effects.


We include thiamine (Vitamin B1), riboflavin (Vitamin B2), niacin (Nicotinamide), pantothenic acid, pyridoxine (Vitamin B6), folic acid (also called folate), cyanocobalamin (Vitamin B12) and biotin. Three other metabolic co-factors - choline, inositol and PABA (para-aminobenzoic acid) are also inseparably connected with these components. All these substances perform their specific functions throughout the body. Very often they interact at different stages of the same metabolic pathways. In most cases, they occur together in the same types of food, which is why they are defined by one common term - VITAMIN B COMPLEX. Due to the fact that their consumption is also related to each other, the lack of one of them is most often related to the absence of the others.

Vitamin B1 (Thiamine) - helps the body gain energy from carbohydrates and supports the phenomena regulating muscle-nervous tension, which has a positive effect on the regeneration of the body. Thiamine together with wit. B6 (pyridoxine) and vit. B12 (cyanocobalamin) is involved in the production of serotonin in the brain responsible for well-being. Its deficiency can cause very unpleasant effects, such as muscle weakness, disturbances of the digestive system (nausea, weight loss and appetite), nervous system disorders (depression, nervousness, fatigue, general weakness), cardiovascular disorders (accelerated heart rhythm). For every 1000 kcal, for example 250 g of carbohydrates, the body uses about 0.5 mg of thiamine.

Vitamin B2 (Riboflavin) - is extremely important, because it is involved in the transformation processes of all three main macronutrients. Therefore, as with thiamine, the need for riboflavin increases along with the intensity of exercise and energy in the diet (about 0.6 mg riboflavin per 1000 kcal). Riboflavin supports the process of amino acid and protein biosynthesis. Additionally, as part of flavoproteins, it participates in energy-generating processes of the respiratory chain. Unfortunately, large quantities of riboflavin are lost daily with sweat. Its deficiency may cause, for example, dizziness, fatigue, concentration and breathing disorders, insomnia or muscle weakness.

Vitamin B3 (Niacin) - it helps the body to produce energy through oxygen. To properly use the ingredients supplied with food, the body should have 16 mg of niacin for every 2,000 kcal in the diet. The most common result of its deficiency is the slowing down of metabolic activities. Additional symptoms are similar to those for the entire group B, i.e. fatigue or excessive activity, apathy, nervousness, problems with concentration. In addition, interestingly, there may also be a reduction in cold tolerance.

Vitamin B5 (Pantothenic Acid) - is involved in the release of energy from carbohydrates, fat and proteins. Intensive strength training significantly increases the need for pantothenic acid. It supports the immune system in the fight against pathogens. Its deficiencies interfere with the important process of breaking down glycogen into glucose, providing the necessary energy during exercise.

Vitamin B5 (Pantothenic Acid) - is involved in the release of energy from carbohydrates, fat and proteins. Intensive strength training significantly increases the need for pantothenic acid. It supports the immune system in the fight against pathogens. Its deficiencies interfere with the important process of breaking down glycogen into glucose, providing the necessary energy during exercise.

Vitamin B6 (Pyridoxine) - determines the synthesis of some amino acids, thus supporting protein metabolism. In addition, it is a regulator of nervous system function and is essential for the proper functioning of the brain. Athletes who use a high-protein diet must ensure an appropriate level of pyridoxine in the body. Vitamin B6 deficiency, like B5, interferes with the production of energy from glycogen.

Folic Acid (Folate) - together with vit. B12 supports the production processes of red blood cells that occurs in the bone marrow. It is indispensable for the synthesis and protection of DNA and the transformation of amino acids, therefore its appropriate amount in the body is extremely important for the smooth course of anabolic processes in which new proteins are formed.

Vitamin B12 (cyanocobalamin) - is responsible for the synthesis of proteins and nucleic acids. In addition, it is involved in the transformation of sugars and fats. The effects of its shortage are downright alarming due to the wide spectrum of processes in which its appropriate level is required. Its lack in the diet affects the whole body negatively, causing min. weakness of the whole body, decrease in vitality, dizziness, loss of weight and muscle mass, lack of appetite and irritability.

Biotin - is involved in both carbohydrate and fat metabolism. Without this component it is not possible to effectively burn lipids. Biotin is a component of many enzyme systems and is essential for maintaining metabolic balance. Physical effort increases the need for this important vitamin - it is used to neutralize the muscle of lactic acid produced as a result of intensive work. Therefore, the harder we train, the more biotin our body needs for efficient regeneration.

Choline and inositol - two components with lipotropic effect, which are used by the body in the fat and cholesterol economy. Prevent excessive fat accumulation in the liver and other organs. Choline supports lipid metabolism, while inositol is used in the synthesis of phospholipids. They break down fat drops into smaller particles, making it easier to store them, as well as transporting other nutrients through the cell membrane. Choline is a natural precursor to acetylcholine - a neurotransmitter that carries signals between nerve cells.

PABA - para-aminobenzoic acid is a natural, water-soluble cofactor of B vitamins. It is an essential component conditioning protein metabolism and folic acid biosynthesis. It is also a component with a strong antioxidant effect, which supports the skin in the production of a protective barrier against harmful solar radiation fractions. Para-aminobenzoic acid contributes to the better use of proteins, which is why it is irreplaceable in a sports diet, especially in body and strength disciplines.

Vitamin B Complex 60caps - description, composition, properties, action

The recommended daily dose - 1 capsule, drink 300 ml of water during or immediately after a meal.

Vitamin B Complex 60caps - dosage


60 Capsules

Servings per package:


Daily portion:

1 Capsule

Active ingredients:

1 Capsule


Vitamin B1  

20,00 mg


Vitamin B2

20,00 mg



20,00 mg


Patonthenic acid

20,00 mg


Vitamin B6

10,00 mg


Folium acid

160,00 µg


Vitamin B12

20,00 µg



20,00 µg




20,00 mg


P-Amino-benzoic acid

20,00 mg


Choline divinate

8,20 mg


 - including choline

3,36 mg


*% RI - Reference intake value for an average adult (8400 kJ / 2000 kcal)

Vitamin B Complex 60caps - composition, ingredients

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