Methylcobalamin, otherwise known as Methyl B-12 is the form of Vitamin B12 that is most rapidly absorbed into the body. Other forms of B12 such as Cyanobalamin or Cobalamin must be molecularly altered before the body can use it. Methyl B-12 promotes healthy cellular function and growth, increases brain function, helps protect nerve tissues and brain cells, and is also believed to promote healthy sleep patterns. Contrarily, Methylcobalamin also provides one with an extra boost of energy and promotes concentration and focus.
Methyl B-12 is an important cofactor that is needed to reduce toxic homocysteine to the essential amino acid methionine. Methylcobalamin also protects eye function against toxicity caused by excess glutamate. For people who adhere to a vegetarian or vegan lifestyle, B12 supplementation is often recommended.
Lemon-Flavored Chewable Vitamin B12
Active Coenzyme Form
Promotes Healthy Homocysteine Levels
1000 Micrograms per Lozenge
Neurotransmitter & Neuron Support
Higher Energy Levels
Increased Brain Function
Protects Brain Cells & Nerve Tissue
Dissolve in mouth or chew one lozenge every 2 or 3 days with a meal, or as directed by your qualified health care consultant.
Other Ingredients: Xylitol, lemon flavor, citric acid, stearic acid (vegetable source) and magnesium stearate (vegetable source).
Suitable for vegetarians/vegans.
No wheat, no gluten, no soybeans, no dairy, no egg, no fish/shellfish, no peanuts/tree nuts.
NOTE: Color of product naturally varies from light pink to red.
SKU: B12 UPC: 790011180012 Distributed or manufactured from Jarrow Formulas. See more Jarrow Formulas products.
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Asked on: January 27, 2013 Question: I just started taking Jarrow Methyl B-12 1000MCG- about a week ago. My head does not feel normal, kind of dizzy and unfocussed. Could this be a side effect from the B12? My email address is aqkrausesbcglobal.net
00A: Please consult with your physician on this matter as they can best advise on what is causing you these symptoms.
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