No Shot Methylcobalamin Vitamin B-12/Vitamin B-6 w/Folic Acid MicroLingual® Tablets go to work fast, under
the tongue. Other forms of Vitamin B-12 supplementation can result in a loss of
as much as 50% of Vitamin B-12 potency in the high acid environment of the
stomach. The combination of Vitamin B-12, Vitamin B-6 and Folic Acid works
synergistically to support healthy heart function and provide essential
nutrients for the cardiovascular system.*
WHAT IS THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN CYANOCOBALAMIN AND METHYLCOBALAMIN?
Methylcobalamin is a type of Vitamin B-12 that is already in the activated form
(ready to be used by the body). Vitamin B-12 comes in several kinds
including methyl-, cyano-, and adenosyl-, but only the methyl form is
used in the central nervous system. Cyanocobalamin (the common type
found in most vitamin supplements) is converted by the liver into
methylcobalamin – the methylcobalamin B-12 does not need to be converted
by the liver. A small percentage of people have a problem with their
liver’s ability to convert B-12 from the cyano form to the methyl form –
for these people the methylcobalamin form is essential.
Directions: As a dietary supplement, dissolve one
MicroLingual® tablet under the tongue as directed by your healthcare
provider. May also be swallowed as you would a regular tablet.
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