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.
Red meat, milk, and nori.
We use nutrients backed by a significant body of research that is growing every day. Of the thousands of unaffiliated studies our in-house scientists sorted through to guide our choices, the titles below are the most relevant MVPs.
German Nutrition Society
East Carolina University
Alternative Medicine Review
Universitat Rovira i Virgili
There are 15,168 studies on Vitamin B12 and counting
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