Vitamin B12, Methylcobalamin

    

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Vitamin B12 works in blood and nerve cells. Neurological function, such as brain, spinal and optic nerves, and proper blood cell functioning require vitamin B12.

For the heart, vitamin B12 helps maintain healthy homocysteine levels in the blood. It also helps restore energy levels.

Methylcobalamin is the active, functional form of vitamin B12 and the sublingual delivery ensures better utilization (most B12 vitamin supplements are cyanocobalamin and rely on conversion for use).

There are many reasons to supplement with methylcobalamin; vegetarians, seniors, people with gastrointestinal concerns, post medical procedures, and those with the genetic susceptibility to low vitamin B12 all can benefit.

Recommended Dosage:
One or more times per day place 1 ml (1 dropper) under tongue, hold for 30 seconds and then swallow.

GREAT VALUE!
At a 1 dropper a day dosage, this 120 ml bottle provides a 4-month supply of Vitamin B12!


This medicine has not been evaluated by the Medicines Control Council (MCC). This medicine is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.
 

Ingredients:


Serving Size: 1 Full Dropper (1ml)

Servings Per Container: 120

Amount Per Serving % Daily Value
Vitamin B-12 (methylcobalamin)1000 mcg16,667%

Other Ingredients:
Purified water, glycerin, cranberry, cinnamon flavoring and ionic copper solution.

Keep container tightly closed in a cool, dry and dark place. Keep out of reach of children.



















































15 Dec 2011
This Vitamin is Essential to Health of Cells and Tissues
Author: Jeffrey H. Reinhardt, MSc
Vitamin B12 is a water soluble vitamin that contains the trace element cobalt (Co) and is frequently referred to as cobalamin; it is the most chemically complex of all of the B vitamins. Vitamin B12 is present in flesh foods, many fortified processed foods and dietary supplements because it plays important, life-sustaining roles in the formation of red blood cells, brain function, nerve conduction, the formation of the biochemical building blocks (called purines and pyrimidines) required for the production of DNA, the metabolic conversion of excess blood levels of the amino acid homocysteine back to L-methionine, and reduction of methylmalonic acid in the blood and the intermediary metabolism of fatty acids. Clearly, insufficient consumption of vitamin B12 can impact many vital processes and have significant negative impacts on human health and vitality.










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