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Contains: (per 3 ml) 3 mg
Vitamin B12 (as Hydroxocobalamin)
1 x 3 ml directly in mouth or glass of water or juice, unless
otherwise advised by a healthcare professional. Do not exceed
B12 (as Hydroxocobalamin); lecithin (Non-GMO SOY) - emulsifier;
glycerol - humectant; xylitol - sweetener; natural vitamin E (as
d-alpha tocopherol) - antioxidant; vanilla and apricot aroma –
flavour; potassium sorbate - preservative; purified water
Recommended serving size: 3 ml
Servings per bottle: 33
Store cool and dry. When opened store in refrigerator and finish
within 2 months.
ml Vitamin B12 (as Hydroxocobalamin)
•Use of liposomal technology
for better absorption and bio-availability
•Available in vanilla
and apricot flavour
1.Boosts energy levels and reduces fatigue
2.Helps in the formation of healthy red blood cells
4.Supports nervous system and brain health
5.Involved in the production of DNA, proteins and hormones
Why do you need Vitamin B12?
Vitamin B12 is
one of the vitamins in the B family. Your body can’t make B12 on its
own and you must get it either from foods or supplements. Animal
based products like fish, eggs, beef and dairy are a good source of
B12. It is also found in nutritional yeast and fortified cereals.
Vitamin B12 plays an important role in a range of functions.
You need this vitamin to make healthy, fully matured red blood
cells. It also helps in energy production. What’s more, DNA
synthesis requires B12 as an essential co-factor. With such diverse
roles to play across the body, it is obvious that vitamin B12
deficiency will result in a wide array of symptoms.
1. Energy production
Vitamin B12 is involved in
•Helps the formation of the hemoglobin, a
key protein in your red blood cells that carries oxygen to all your
tissues and organs.
•Required for reactions that are involved in
producing energy from fats and proteins that you eat.
levels affect your energy levels and are likely to trigger symptoms
of excessive fatigue, shortness of breath, general weakness,
headaches and persistent lack of energy.
Formation of DNA and red blood cells
•B12 and folic
acid play an important role in DNA synthesis
•DNA is required for
the production of new, healthy red blood cells
amounts of B12 and folic acid impairs DNA synthesis and causes the
bone marrow to produce immature and abnormally large red blood
cells. This condition is known as megaloblastic anemia. The symptoms
of B12 deficiency anemia include light-headedness, muscle weakness,
pale skin, diarrhea, loss of appetite and weight loss, red and
swollen tongue, and tingling in the hands and feet.
3. Healthy heart function
•Vitamin B12, along with
B9 and B6, converts homocysteine into methionine
turn, is a critical ingredient for methylation reactions, which are
involved in the production of DNA, RNA, hormones, myelin and
Lack of Vitamin B12, B6 and B9 leads to increased
build-up of homocysteine – an amino acid naturally produced during
protein metabolism. High levels are considered as a reliable marker
of heart disease. Homocysteine build-up has been associated with
inflammation in the arteries, atherosclerosis and formation of blood
4. Healthy brain and nervous system
•Helps with the formation of healthy myelin sheath, a fatty
substance that covers the nerves and protects the nerve fibres from
•Helps in myelin regeneration
•Involved in the
production of neurotransmitters like dopamine, serotonin and
melatonin, that regulate mood, memory and sleep.
•Gets rid of
excess homocysteine, an amino acid associated with cognitive decline
and brain shrinkage
Initially, a moderate B12 deficiency can
cause tingling in the hands or feet. Overtime, additional symptoms,
such as balance issues, memory loss, brain fog and blurred vison (in
rare cases when the optic nerve is affected, may develop. A
long-term untreated deficiency can lead to irreversible nerve
damage. Studies show that vitamin B12 supplements can improve
cognitive performance and lower brain shrinkage.
you have vitamin B12 deficiency?
The deficiency of
B12 typically increases with age. Pregnant and breastfeeding women
also need more vitamin B12. In addition, many health conditions and
lifestyle factors may also put you at an increased risk for low B12
•A strictly vegetarian diet
•Inability to absorb
B12, for example if you have Celiac disease, Crohn’s disease,
inflammatory bowel disease (IBS), pernicious anemia, diabetes,
intestinal surgery and weight loss surgery
•Prolonged use of
antibiotics, antacids, H2 blockers, proton pump inhibitors and
Metformin (for diabetes)
•Excessive drinking and smoking
Bonne Sante Liposome Vitamin B12
and absorption of the nutrient by using liposomal technology
•Contains phospholipids derived from non-GMO soy lecithin
Consider consulting your doctor before taking any supplement.