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A liquid form of highly bioavailable Vitamin B12 for mood and nervous system support, healthy mental function and red blood cell health.
What does Liposomal mean? - liposomal is a preparation that contains the active ingredient inside very tiny, fat-like particles. This form is easier for the body to absorb and allows more of the ingredient to get to the target area of the body.
In this formula, Liposomal spheres created from sunflower oil are filled with Vitamin B12, and their small size allows them to pass easily through the digestive system for immediate cellular support.
This formula uses the active form of B12, methylcobalamin, that is immediately usable in the body.
Adults take 5 drops daily. Children (over 4 years old) 2 drops daily.
Provides 240 Serves.
Each serve of 0.25ml contains: Vitamin B12 (Methylcobalamin) 50 mcg
Also contains: purified water, glycerin, structured sunflower lecithin (providing essential phospholipids including phosphatidylcholine), natural fruit flavours, acacia gum, xanthan gum, potassium sorbate.
No added gluten, dairy, sugar, artificial flavours, colours or sweeteners.
Directions for use: one serve = 0.25ml (5 drops)
Adults: once daily
Children: (4 years +): 1/2 serve daily
Best taken 15 minutes away from food. You can dilute to taste with a small amount of water or juice.
Unlike other nutrients, the human body cannot manufacture vitamin B12. This means we need to obtain vitamin B12 by eating foods rich in the vitamin, or by taking a dietary supplement. Furthermore, as we get older, our bodies absorb less vitamin B12, meaning our elderly population has a much higher risk of developing B12 deficiencies.
So why is B12 so important?
B12’s main job is to keep our nerve and blood cells healthy. The production of our red blood cells (the ones that carry oxygen) reduces if vitamin B12 levels are too low. This can cause symptoms like fatigue, dizziness and weakness. Vitamin B12 also helps prevent a type of anaemia called megaloblastic anaemia that can make us feel tired and weak.
How do I know if I am deficient?
Fatigue and excessive tiredness are two of the most common symptoms of low vitamin B12. Others include, heart palpitations, shortness of breath, constipation, vision loss, pale skin, yellow tinge to the whites of your eyes, muscle weakness, nerve problems like numbness and tingling in the hands & feet, smooth or sore swollen tongue, easy bruising, shaky hands, insomnia, difficulty relaxing, painful joints.
So how else can Vitamin B12 help me?
Elevating your levels of Vitamin B12 can help in the following areas…
• Improving your memory & support for brain related issues
• Helping to prevent heart disease
• Helps regulate the immune system
• Helps regulate your mood & provides a feeling of wellbeing
• Helps with the prevention of anaemia
• Provides support for your gut health and bowel related issues
• Improves the health of your hair & skin