VEGANSAFE™ B-12 2oz

$49.95

Category: Product ID: 2560

Description

Description

VeganSafe B-12 is a certified organic, vegan formula that contains methylcobalamin and adenosylcobalamin, the two most bioactive forms of B-12. Although most of us simply know vitamin B-12 as the B vitamin responsible for energy production, it’s important to understand that “vitamin B-12” is actually a catch-all term for a class of vitamins known as cobalamins — and they’re not equal in their benefits.

Ingredients

Ingredients
B-12 (as 80% Methylcobalamin, 20% Adenosylcobalamin)
Methylcobalamin and adenosylcobalmin are the coenzyme forms of vitamin B-12 and are the most effective and absorbable of the four types of vitamin B-12.
Other Ingredients
Certified Organic Vegetable Glycerin
More gentle and stable than alcohol, certified organic vegetable glycerin is the best solvent base for Spagyrex® formulations.
Triple-distilled water
Purified water is one of the best neutral carriers. It’s effective, gentle, and, unlike alcohol, appropriate for everyone.
† Results may vary.

Instructions

Suggested Use
Take 1 dropper (1 ml) daily on an empty stomach, preferably in the morning or early afternoon or as directed by your healthcare practitioner. Hold in mouth for 15 seconds and then swallow.

Warnings
Keep out of reach of children.
Consult your healthcare provider before taking if pregnant or nursing.
Store in a cool, dry place.
† Results may vary.

FAQ’s

Why is B-12 absorption a problem for some people?
B-12 is the largest vitamin known and difficult to absorb. Additionally, the gut produces something called intrinsic factor, this helps the body absorb B-12. Without intrinsic factor, B-12 just exits the body. As we get older, the availability of intrinsic factor decreases and the risk for B-12 deficiency increases.

Who needs B-12?
We all do! However, some folks need to pay special attention. Those who drink, take antibiotics, use antacids, or smoke, vegetarians and vegans, persons with trouble sleeping, pregnant and breast-feeding women, the elderly, people who suffer from celiac disease or have difficulty digesting gluten and absorbing nutrients, and people who are affected by harmful organisms may all be advised to keep their B-12 needs met.

Does B-12 affect homocysteine levels?
Homocysteine levels are an independent stressor on the cardiovascular system and can be responsible for poor heart and cardiovascular health. Vitamin B6 and folic acid work synergistically with vitamin B12 to promote normal homocysteine levels.

† Results may vary.