Vitamin B12 Lipotropic
B12 – Methylcobalamin
5,000mcg/ml – 50m
Pharmaceutical Grade & Professional Potency OTC Lipotropic Vitamin Supplement
-Red Blood Cell & Nerve Cell Formation
- Fat Loss & Energy
- Lean Muscle Building
- Liver Cleansing
Product Description with Dosage Protocol:
Methylcobalamin & Hydroxocobalamin are considered by some to be the most superior sources in the B12 family. Methylcobalamin is the short-lasting, short-half-life and VERY fast acting B12. We recommending taking this form of B12, ONLY if you do not have any methylation pathway defects or errors.
No toxicity levels have been reported for vitamin B12, and no toxicity symptoms have been identified in scientific research studies. Even long-term studies, in which subjects have taken 1,000 micrograms of the vitamin on a daily basis for five years, have revealed no toxicity effects. When the National Academy of Sciences established its current Tolerable Upper Intake Levels (ULs) for the B complex vitamins in 1998, it did not establish a Tolerable Upper level for vitamin B12.
Vitamin B-12 is an important vitamin that you usually get from your food. It is mainly found in meat and dairy products. New research from the University of Boston now reveals that B-12 consumption is not the cause of deficiencies but actually absorption is the real issue. A large percent of the population are unable to absorb Vitamin B-12 from food alone and will need B-12 supplementation.
B12 is usually recommended to be taken with B-Complex in order to experience the full benefits. Also, when taking one B-Vitamin alone, you can cause depletion of the other B-Vitamins.
*Individual Results May Vary*
Intended Use: Dietary Supplements
Dosage Calculation Table
2.5 mL = 2.5 cc = 1/2 teaspoon (tsp)
5 mL = 5 cc = 1 tsp
15 mL = 15 cc = 3 tsp = 1 tablespoon (tbl or Tbsp)
30 mL = 30 cc = 2 Tbsp = 1 fluid ounce (oz)