Vitamin B12 adenosylcobalamin and methylcobalamin

Vitamin B12 adenosylcobalamin and methylcobalamin

We work with the two most active forms:

  • Methylcobalamin: the neurological form of B12 and plays a role in the essential body methylation process.
  • Adenosylcobalamin: is known as the mitochondrial form of B12 that plays a role in the formation of ATP (energy).

Vitamin B12 is more easily absorbed through the oral mucosa, which is why we process methylcobalamine and adenosylcomalamine into lozenges to prevent these high-quality and therefore pricey ingredients from being optimally absorbed (methylcobalamine and adenosylcomalamine are 60 x more expensive than cobalamine).

Vitamin B12 needs folic acid in metabolism, it is important to use folic acid in high doses of vitamin B12.

Vitamin B12 contributes to:

  • normal formation of red blood cells
  • normal cell division
  • a normal energy system
  • a normal homocysteine metabolism
  • the normal functioning of the immune system
  • the functioning of memory
  • the mental resilience
  • extra energy in case of fatigue/fatigue
  • supplement to B12 shortages among vegetarians
  • supplement B12 deficiencies in Diabetes 2 users using Metformin