Liposomal B12 2OZ Bottle
Serving Size: 2ml (8 pumps)
Servings per bottle: 30
Gently Shake Before Using
- B12 is a water-soluble vitamin involved in a wide range of bodily processes. It plays a role in DNA synthesis, red blood cell production1, heart function, and mood regulation.3
- B12 can help support healthy cognitive function and energy levels.5 If you feel sluggish in the afternoons, light-headed, suffer from brain fog or fatigue – you may need a B12 boost!
- Liposomal B12 has been clinically proven to be 20x more absorbable than standard formulations.6 Our patented Micelle Liposomal Delivery protects the B12 from breakdown in the digestive tract, delivering a powerful dose right where you need it.
Where is this supplement made?
Our Liposomal B12 formula is crafted inside an FDA Certified, GMP compliant lab in the USA. Our product has been tested and is Heavy Metal Free / Prop 65 Compliant, Gluten Free and Non-GMO.
At Least 40% of People are Deficient in Vitamin B12. Could You Be One of Them?
Warning Signs of a B12 Deficiency:
Bouts of Sadness
Time to Brighten Up With Liposomal B12
May Regulate Mood & Energy Levels
One of most well-known roles of vitamin B12 is supporting healthy energy levels.5 It can almost seem like pouring water on a thirsty plant when you come back from vacation – it replenishes and revitalizes the entire body. Studies show how B12 can aid in the production of red blood cells,1 support the adrenal glands and help regulate balanced moods.3
– Promotes a Healthy Heart & Immune System
Yes, B12 is essential for feeling full of energy, but that’s just the tip of the iceberg. It’s involved in a wide range of bodily processes and is crucial for maintaining healthy brain function,4 heart health,2 immune system strength and so much more.
– Can Help Maintain Youthful Looks
Alongside the potential benefits listed above, if maintaining a youthful appearance is on your list of priorities, then you could be in luck. Studies suggest that maintaining optimum vitamin B12 levels can help promote healthy, clear skin, and may even make hair appear thicker and fuller.
– Unparalleled Absorption
Due to the delivery methods and size of the B12 molecule, conventional supplements are often hard to absorb. You’ll be glad to hear that we use methylcobalamin – the most natural, easily absorbed, bioavailable version of B1213. What’s more, our patented liposomal delivery method wraps the B12 in a series of protective layers and binds it with fulvic acid and glycerin, allowing it to pass through the digestive system and be properly absorbed by your body.
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- Jussi Seppälä et al. “Association between vitamin b12 levels and melancholic depressive symptoms: a Finnish population-based study” (BioMed Central. 24 May 2013): http://bmcpsychiatry.biomedcentral.com/articles/10.1186/1471-244X-13-145
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- Katherine L Tucker et al, “Plasma vitamin B-12 concentrations relate to intake source in the Framingham Offspring Study” (The American Journal of Clinical Nutrition: 2000), http://ajcn.nutrition.org/content/71/2/514.long
- Chris Kressar L.A.C., “B12 Deficiency: A Silent Epidemic With Serious Consequences”, https://chriskresser.com/b12-deficiency-a-silent-epidemic-with-serious-consequences/
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- Oxford Vitality. “Vitamin B12: Methylcobalamin Vs Cyanocobalamin.” https://www.oxfordvitality.co.uk/vitamin-b12-methylcobalamin-vs-cyanocobalamin
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