Yeast Vite

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Vitamin deficiencies aren’t as uncommon as you might think, especially here in the UK.


It is estimated that one in 5 adults and 1 in 6 children in the UK have low vitamin D levels, symptoms of which may include tiredness and fatigue. 

Another vitamin deficiency that can cause fatigue is iron deficiency anaemia, which is particularly common in vegans, vegetarians and menstruating women.


If you’re experiencing any symptoms of a vitamin deficiency, you should speak to your GP so they can issue a blood test to identify the exact problem.

Like all medications and supplements, Yeast Vite may cause side effects in certain people, but they won’t affect everyone – for example, high doses of caffeine can cause trembling or palpitations.
Yeast Vite contains ingredients that work together to tackle tiredness and drowsiness when you need it most. These B vitamins work by releasing the energy from your food, easing tiredness and fatigue. Each tablet also contains 50mg of caffeine, a well-known stimulant which can help to relieve drowsiness. As well as helping to boost your energy, the B vitamins have their unique benefits. Vitamin B1 helps to maintain healthy nerves and muscles, vitamin B2 helps to maintain healthy skin, eyes, and hair, and vitamin B3 helps to maintain healthy nervous and digestive systems.

Getting the right amounts of all the essential vitamins and minerals is important, but some of them will impact our energy levels more than others.


B vitamins like thiamin (vitamin B1), riboflavin (vitamin B2), niacin (vitamin B3) and vitamin B12 all contribute to the maintenance of normal energy levels.


Iron, magnesium, and vitamins C and D are also essential for energy.


Before taking any new supplements, you should always check with your GP if you think you may be suffering from the symptoms of a vitamin deficiency.