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B12 Adenosylcobalamin - 60 Vegetarian Lozenges

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"B12 Adenosylcobalamin by Allergy Research Group is not cyanocobalamin. From what..."  Read All Reviews

  • Item Number: ALL1319
  • Serving Size: 1 Lozenge
  • Servings per Container: 60
  • Quantity per Container: 60 Lozenges
  • Price per Serving: $0.30
  • Price per Unit*: $0.3 per Lozenge
  • * Price Per Unit may reflect product's price per capsule, tablet, ounce, fluid ounce, etc.
$17.99
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  • MFG # 76570
  • UPC # 713947765702
  • Allergy Research Group’s B12 Adenosylcobalamin Lozenges provide adenosylcobalamin (dibencozide)‚ which is a coenzyme form of vitamin B12 that may offer support for general health. Since vitamin B12 might help the mitochondria in your cells produce energy from the food you eat‚ this supplement may work to alleviate certain symptoms associated with mild fatigue.

    B12 Adenosylcobalamin Lozenges may also work to maintain healthy nerve cells by supporting the production of myelin‚ which covers and protects the ends of nerve fibers. This is important because a vitamin B12 deficiency may negatively affect your nervous system and could contribute to symptoms like mild tingling or numbness in your hands and feet.

    Every B12 Adenosylcobalamin Lozenge provides 3‚000 micrograms of vitamin B12‚ along with another B-complex vitamin called folic acid. Both vitamin B12 and folic acid are involved in producing and synthesizing DNA and RNA (your body’s genetic material). DNA and RNA may support cellular function by transmitting genetic information to your cells.

    Take one lozenge daily; place it under your tongue and wait 30 seconds before swallowing. At the recommended dosage‚ each 60-capsule bottle of Allergy Research Group’s B12 Adenosylcobalamin Lozenges should last for about two months.

    These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA). These products are not meant to diagnose‚ treat or cure any disease or medical condition. Please consult your doctor before starting any exercise or nutritional supplement program or before using these or any product during pregnancy or if you have a serious medical condition.

Official Website: http://www.allergyresearchgroup.com

Serving Size: 1 lozenge
Servings per container: 60

Amount per serving:
Folic acid 200 µg
Vitamin B12 (as Adenosylcobalamin) 3000 ?g

Other ingredients: Sorbitol‚ stearic acid‚ cellulose‚ silica‚ magnesium stearate.

As a dietary supplement‚ adults place 1 lozenge daily under the tongue 30 seconds before swallowing‚ or as directed by a healthcare professional.

Keep in a cool‚ dry place‚ tightly capped.

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    from Northern California

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    10/17/2015

    A particular form of b12.

    B12 Adenosylcobalamin by Allergy Research Group is not cyanocobalamin. From what I read, cyanocobalamin is broken down in the body into methylcobalamin and adenosylcobalamin. That is, unless you have the variant of MTHFR genes that interfere with that process. You can buy cyanocobalamin, methylcobalamin, or adenosylcobalamin. This product, adenosylcobalamin, is used by the body for specific functions that are different than those provided by methylcobalamin. You might end up supplementing with both adenosylcobalamin and methylcobalamin if you have the MTHFR gene problem. I assume if you order this that you have either researched this on your own or that you have a healthcare practitioner who understands the process and is suggesting you take this product.


    I would recommend this item to a friend.

     
     
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    from Maryland

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    11/17/2014

    Not Interested in Folic Acid

    Must take this form of B12 due to genetic mutation.


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      Folic Acid may not break down in the body well due to genetic mutation like mine. Should be Folate (bioavilable) instead.

     
     

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