Vitamin B12 (Adenosyl/Methyl) – 100ml
21.00£ SISALDAB 20% KÄIBEMAKSU
In its active and non-toxic form, vitamin B12 has:
- good absorption, containing only the active forms of B12 – methylcobalamin and adenosylcobalamin;
- gluten-, lactose- and soy-free;
- cruelty-free and suitable for vegans;
- non-alcoholic and free of additives;
- packaged in special tincture bottles made of purple Miron glass, which protects the product from the damaging effects of light;
- Manufactured in the United Kingdom (UK) to GMP ISO 9001:2015 standards;
- FDA approved.
Vitamin B12 (adenosyl/methyl) – 100ml
Why Prefer Epigenetics’ Active Form of Vitamin B12?
The importance of B12 is often highlighted for vegetarians and vegans. In reality, however, it is a critical vitamin for absolutely every human body – regardless of dietary preference. But what kind of supplement to choose? B12 can be found in a wide variety of forms – from powders to capsules and flavoured sprays that can be sprayed directly into the mouth. In some cases, vitamin B12 is even administered via blood transfusion. But how can you make the best choice for your health? Let’s find out!
Suitable Vitamin B12 Should Be of The Right Type and With a Pure Formula.
According to the US National Institute of Health, only two forms of vitamin B12 are active in the human body: methylcobalamin and adenosylcobalamin. However, B12 supplements are also often found in the form of cyanocobalamin, which is activated in the body but not sufficiently absorbed. In addition, many supplements contain various bulking agents, flavourings and preservatives, as well as a host of other unnecessary additives that may not be beneficial from a health point of view. For this reason, the list of ingredients in a food supplement should always be examined with a critical eye, and products that tend to resemble Mendeleev’s table should not be purchased.
Advantage of Methylcobalamin and Adenosylcobalamin Over Other Forms:
B12 in the active form in Epigenetics perfectly meets the above criteria – it is 100% pure in composition and highly bioavailable, providing the body with versatile support. When consumed regularly, vitamin B12 can be an excellent aid in the prevention of vitamin deficiency.
Vitamin B12 Is Needed For::
- For the normal functioning of the nervous system;
- For the benefit of the immune system;
- To produce red blood cells;
- For intestinal health;
- Energy production;
- To relieve fatigue and tiredness;
- To support cardiovascular health;
- To prevent anaemia;
- Relieving anxiety, depression, bipolar and other neurological conditions.
How to Use Vitamin B12 from Epigenetics?
According to the manufacturer’s recommendation, the recommended daily dose of vitamin B12 is 1 drop with water or juice. If desired, the vitamin can be taken with breakfast. To increase the dose, it is advisable to consult a specialist beforehand who will be able to prescribe the dose that is right for you. The recommended daily allowance is 67 μg of vitamin B12 in the form of adenosyl- and methylcobalamin – NRV 2680%.
Easy and Convenient to Use
Epigenetics vitamin B12 is in liquid form and packaged in a glass tincture bottle also known as Liquid B12. The vitamin is easily administered with the included pipette by dropping the appropriate dose of the vitamin into a small amount of water or juice.
How to Store Vitamin B12 in Liquid Form Correctly?
It is best to keep the bottle dry, cool and out of direct sunlight. Epigenetics liquid vitamin B12 can be used for 6 months after opening.
Purified water, adenosylcobalamin, methylcobalamin.
Daily Dose Contains
Vitamin B12 670 mcg
(adenosylcobalamin and methylcobalamin)
1 drop per day
Store in the fridge after opening and consume within 6 months.
- Do not exceed the recommended daily intake.
- Do not use as a substitute for a varied diet.
- In case of pregnancy, breast-feeding, medication or health problems, consult a doctor before use.
- In case of reaction, discontinue use immediately and consult a doctor.
- Keep the product in a dark, cool place out of the reach of children.
1 drop per day