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Vitamin B12

8 mcg

  • Brain Function*
  • Nerve Function*
  • Energy*
Adequate (10%-24%)

Why Our Form

Our methylcobalamin is the same form found in our food and cells. Unlike the more commonly used cyanocobalamin, methylcobalamin is the more active form of B12.

Vitamins work together

Vitamin B12
Folate (MTHF)
Work with each other to make DNA & RNA needed for growing cells.

Found in

Red meat, milk, and nori.

Substantiated by more than 400 studies and more every day

Top 6 Studies Selected by Our Scientists

Daily intake of 7 mcg dietary B12 sufficient for adults

Dr. Mustafa Vakur Bor

University of Florida, USA

Older adults need more B12 intake

Dr. Leane Hoey

University of Ulster, Northern Ireland

Vegans need B12 supplements

Dr. Margrit Richter

German Nutrition Society (DGE) Position Paper

Low B12 intake = poor mood in women

Dr. Almudena Sanchez-Villegas

University of Las Palmas de Gran Canaria, Las Palmas, Spain

B12 supports bone health

Dr. M. Clarke

University of Ulster, Northern Ireland

MethylB12 is primary form in foods and humans and more active

Dr. Gregory Kelly

Assoc. Editor, Alternative Medicine Review, San Diego, CA, USA

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