I once had a client ask me why their urine turned bright yellow after taking a CanXida Rebuild?
To answer that question, we’re going to talk about B vitamins.
There are many different types of B vitamins. B1 is thiamine.
B2 is riboflavin. Riboflavin or B2 is essential because it has many effects on neurological function. It helps to mature red blood cells, and it also helps to heal the lining of the digestive system.
B3 is niacin. B5 is pantothenic acid. B6 is pyridoxine or pyridoxal thiophosphate. Vitamin B7 is biotin. We got B9, which is folic acid. And we’ve got B12, which is cobalamin or methylcobalamin or hydroxocobalamin.
All the B vitamins are critical for your health. The levels of vitamin B drop when you drink alcohol. If you drink coffee, tea, alcohol, you’re also going to reduce the B vitamins in your body.
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This is why people often get tired and edgy because the Bs are responsible for converting food into energy.
The Bs are responsible for many detoxification pathways.
Each particular B vitamin has a specific effect on the body.
Good quality vegetables, nuts and seeds, and some grains are all excellent sources of B vitamins.
Urine can turn bright yellow because of the riboflavin component of multivitamins. Flavin means “yellow” or “gold” in Latin.
In other words, there is no reason to worry if your urine is fluorescent yellow after you start taking CanXida Rebuild. Your body can only really absorb about 12 or 15 milligrams of B2 at once. The rest gets passed out through the urine.