60 vegan melting tablets with 5000 micrograms each of vitamin B12 with natural wild berry flavor.
Gluten-free, yeast-free, lactose-free, wheat-free, no colorings, minimal natural fillers and binders.
How does vitamin B-12 work?
- Supports the health of the central nervous system
- Lowers homocysteine levels (important for heart health)Promotes optimal sleep
- Improves alertness and concentration during the day
- Good value for money compared to other brands
A vitamin B complex essential for people who live vegan to maintain the nervous system, which likewise helps support your mental and physical alertness, helps with RNA and DNA synthesis and energy maintenance.
Take the drops with food.
Ingredients: Vitamin B12 1000 micrograms as cyanocobalamin.
Supplement or not?
Vitamin B12 is important for a healthy brain and blood. It is essential for the formation of red blood cells, in neurological function and DNA synthesis. Waking up tired, lack of concentration and memory, and loss of sensitivity in the limbs, for example, are common symptoms of vitamin B12 deficiency.
Anyone whose metabolism has difficulty processing vitamins, pregnant or lactating women, and people who are vegan or vegetarian.
Metabolism of vitamins is as important as the amount taken. Absorption depends on several processes. Special gastric and pancreatic secretions must be produced for it to be absorbed in the small intestine. However, our body can recycle this vitamin through the enterohepatic circulation, in which it recovers a large part of the vitamin excreted by the bile.
Vitamin B12 sources
Vitamin B12 can be absorbed by the body through the consumption of animals and their derivatives (eggs, milk, cheese), but not necessarily in sufficient quantities.
For a better diagnosis and interpretation of the results, it is advisable to seek medical advice or nutritional counseling. If you are vegan or vegetarian, you may not be getting enough B12.
At the high dosage we offer here, you only need 2-3 tablets per week.
People over 50 are recommended to take at least one a week.
Institute of Medicine of the National Academies, Food and Nutrition Board - Panel on Folic Acid , B Vitamins and Other Choline . Published June 12, 2000
Mangels, Reed, Messina , Virginia; Messina, Mark. The dietitian's guide to vegetarian diets - Issues and applications. 3rd edition. Jones & Bartlett Learning 2011
Dr. Eric Slywitch, Tudo Sobre a B12