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 Posted 8/10/2013 7:59:22 PM
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Hello,
when i look at the amounts of each B vitamin in B complex they are really high, according to new research lower doses are preffered.
What about B17 used in Europe for cancer treatment and B14?


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 Posted 8/11/2013 12:14:56 PM
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If ou are referring to Life Extension's Complete B Complex http://www.lef.org/Vitamins-Supplements/Item01735/Complete-B-Complex.html, the amounts are high if compared to the RDA, but not excessive when one considers levels that are optimal.  Since the amounts listed are for two capsules, you can take just one if you prefer a lower amount. 

Vitamin B17 was a name somoene gave to laetrile.  It's not part of the B complex.  Had not heard of vitamin B14, but googling it didn't retrieve much that was positive on the subject.  It doensn't sound like it's a real vitamin either.


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