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B-Right Review – 8 Essential Things to Know

By Sasha de Beausset Aparicio, MSc

Reviewed by Rebecca Williams, MD, MA, MB, BChir

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Evidence Based | Overview | Nutrition Facts | Health Benefits | Cautions | Cost | Directions | Verdict

B-Right is an optimized vitamin B complex formula which can help with general health in several areas of the body. It’s created by Jarrow Formulas, a company founded in 1977 and incorporated 11 years later. Since the late 1970s they’ve been highly involved in the field of dietary supplements. They sell hundreds of products and collaborate with others to develop effective formulas. B-Right, for example, uses Quatrefolic, which is supposed to be an improvement on folic acid (folate) with many benefits. It was developed and patented by an Italian biotech company.


1) Quick Overview

Capsules contain all of the main B vitamins and two other active ingredients, choline and PABA (4-Aminobenzoic acid). B vitamins all play key roles in the human body.

Nutrition Facts

2) B-Right Nutrition Facts

B-Right contains the following ingredients: Thiamin, Riboflavin, Niacin, Vitamin B5, Vitamin B6, Pantethine, Folate, Vitamin B12, Biotin, Magnesium stearate (vegetable source), cellulose and silicon dioxide, capsule consists of hydroxypropylmethylcellulose.

3) Is B-Right Right for You?

Each serving contains 11 B vitamins, choline, inositol (a sweetener), and PABA (also known as 4-Aminobenzoic acid). PABA is a vitamin and form of folic acid. It is found in many foods including grains, eggs, milk, and meat. Medically it tends to be used to treat a variety of skin disorders, including Peyronie’s disease. Dietary supplements use PABA for a variety of reasons, although there is insufficient evidence for most of those reasons. Still, some people believe it’s effective in treating headaches, constipation, hair loss, arthritis, and more.

PABA can be used to alleviate gastrointestinal symptoms as well, such as those associated with irritable bowel syndrome. It used to be a key ingredient in some sunscreens, as it absorbs harmful UV light when exposed to the sun. However, there was no evidence that it could protect against cellular damage provoked by UV, so it was eventually discontinued as an ingredient. If you’re taking antibiotics, you should avoid PABA, as it may decrease their effectiveness.

Jarrow warns users about an effect called a “niacin flush” which tends to happen when you take vitamin B3 on an empty stomach. The symptoms are usually mild and last approximately 30 minutes. Drinking a lot of water can help tide you over until the adverse effects fade. It might help, though, if this product’s formula included less vitamin B3. That could decrease the chance of side effects popping up.

Health Benefits

4) B-Right Health Benefits

  • Vegan friendly capsules with little to no odor. Reviewers mention this having no aftertaste.
  • About a dozen B vitamins in inexpensive bottles of 100 capsules. Instead of buying multiple supplements for different types of B vitamins, you can just pick up something like B-Right. You can get all of the ones most people need in a single capsule, taken once daily.


5) What You Need to Know Before Taking B-Right

  • The formula may be slightly too potent, as 8 of the vitamins exceed the recommended daily allowance by a lot. Five of the B vitamins are 1000% or more of the daily value. The one with the greatest overage is vitamin B12 (as methylcobalamin), although there is an exception. If you’re over the age of 50, you may need that much B12 to maintain your levels in the blood. We lose our ability to absorb some vitamins as we get older, making supplements extra important then.


6) B-Right Cost

This is a very inexpensive supplement which last a long time. You only need to take one capsule a day at most, although if your doctor recommends more you can take more. Bottles contain 100 capsules, which is more than double what you would expect, given the low price.


7) Directions For Taking B-Right

Vitamins B1 and B2 (thiamine and riboflavin) are involved in energy production. B1 plays additional roles in nerve function, along with the production of RNA and DNA. Niacin (vitamin B3) is often used to treat high cholesterol. Deficiencies can lead of nausea, headaches, and fatigue even in otherwise healthy adults. Some forms of niacin can decrease risk of cardiovascular disease for people not taking supplements or medications with statins. Vitamins B5 and B6 are involved with amino acids, neurotransmitters, and more. Biotin (vitamin B7) is a critical co-enzyme and does a little bit of everything that other B vitamins do. Folic acid (B9) is most important during pregnancy and infancy because of how it works with cell division and the production of red blood cells. Lastly, B12 plays a role in cellular metabolism. It’s also essential for bone marrow, nerve sheaths, and more.


8) Our Final Take On B-Right

One reviewer says the price is a little high compared to similar B complex supplements, but there are fewer side effects and higher quality ingredients here. Another reviewer said they got a stomachache from B-Right, but that’s probably because they opened up capsules and put the powder in water. You’re supposed to swallow the capsules. In general this is a popular product that the vast majority of people enjoy. For older adults and those with deficiencies of vitamin B, this is likely the best go-to option.

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