Suntheanine Natural Factors
GABA L-Theanine Stress B KAL

[Natural Factors] Suntheanine VS GABA L-Theanine Stress B [KAL]

7.5 VSR
1.6 VSR
$ 2.44
per 1000mg L-Theanine
$ 3.6
250 mg
per serving size
50 mg
250 mg, 200 mg
50 mg
1 Size(s): 60 Capsule(s), 60 Tablet(s)
1 Size(s): 100 Lozenge(s)
Natural Factors Suntheanine
KAL GABA L-Theanine Stress B
Our verdict

We’ve compared Natural Factors Suntheanine with KAL GABA L-Theanine Stress B. Natural Factors Suntheanine takes first place in this battle and earns 7.5 VSR. Its opponent KAL GABA L-Theanine Stress B receives 1.6 VSR. The gap in rating was affected in the first place by the price of L-Theanine, thus 1000 mg of L-Theanine of Natural Factors Suntheanine going to cost you $ 2.44, as against $ 3.6 of KAL GABA L-Theanine Stress B. One serving of Natural Factors Suntheanine contains 250 mg L-Theanine as against 50 mg in one KAL GABA L-Theanine Stress B serving For a serving of Natural Factors Suntheanine you will pay $ 0.61 , and a for a serving of KAL GABA L-Theanine Stress B you will have to pay $ 0.18.

Natural Factors Suntheanine has no taste, the manufacturer makes it unflavored. KAL GABA L-Theanine Stress B has no taste, the manufacturer produces it unflavored.

Natural Factors Suntheanine and KAL GABA L-Theanine Stress B have only one size, Natural Factors Suntheanine has 60 capsule(s), 60 tablet(s) and KAL GABA L-Theanine Stress B has 100 lozenge(s).

We recommend buying Natural Factors Suntheanine.

Difference Nutrition Facts
Only in nutrition
Suntheanine Natural Factors
Only in nutrition
GABA L-Theanine Stress B KAL
Total Carbohydrate
1 g
Vitamin C
10 mg
(as Ascorbic Acid)
Effective for: Vitamin C deficiency
Possibly Effective for: Protein in the urine; Irregular heartbeat; Emptying the colon before a colonoscopy; Common cold; Airway infections caused by exercise; Swelling of the stomach; Gout; High cholesterol; High blood pressure; Lead poisoning; Osteoarthritis; Pain after surgery; Sunburn; Wrinkled skin
Vitamin B1
4 mg
(as Thiamine. Mononitrate). (B-1)
Effective for: Metabolic disorders; Thiamine deficiency; Brain disorder due to thiamine deficiency
Possibly Effective for: Cataracts; Kidney disease in people with diabetes; Painful menstruation
Vitamin B3
4 mg
Effective for: Abnormal levels of blood fats; Treatment and prevention of niacin deficiency, and certain conditions related to niacin deficiency such as pellagra
Possibly Effective for: Metabolic syndrome; Abnormal levels of blood fats
Vitamin B6
10 mg
(as Pyridoxine. HCL)
Effective for: Seizures; A condition in which the body makes abnormal red blood cells that build up iron ; Vitamin B6 deficiency
Possibly Effective for: Hardening of the arteries ; Kidney stones; Morning sickness; Premenstrual syndrome
Vitamin B9
400 mcg
as Folic Acid
Effective for: Folate deficiency
Possibly Effective for: Depression; High blood pressure; Gum disease in women who are pregnant; Stroke; Serious kidney disease ; Toxicity caused by the drug methotrexate; Birth defects of the brain and spine
Vitamin B12
1000 mcg
as Cyanocobalamin Methylcobalamin)
Effective for: Inherited Vitamin B12 deficiency; Pernicious anemia; Vitamin B12 deficiency
Possibly Effective for: Canker sores; Nerve damage from shingles; Cyanide poisoning; High level of homocysteine in the blood
Vitamin B5
10 mg
(as Calcium Pantothenate)
Effective for: Pantothenic acid deficiency
Possibly Effective for:
10 mg
as choline bitartrate
10 mg
as Inositol Hexahydroxycyclohexane)
50 mg
Gamma AMino Butyric Acid)
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