- Clinical Applications
- Vitamin B12 is essential for protein and DNA synthesis, which affects the growth and repair of all cells*
- B12, alone or in combination with other B vitamins (especially folic acid), is important in the regulation of homocysteine levels*
Provides 3000 mcg per lozenge of adenosylcobalamin, also known as dibencozide, which is the active form of vitamin B12 used by the mitochondria, the energy powerhouse in each cell.*
Regular vitamin B12, or cyanocobalamin, must be absorbed and then converted by the body to an active form for use.* Individuals with reduced stomach acid, certain genetic variations, and vegetarians and vegans are at increased risk of inadequate absorption or utilization of vitamin b12 and may benefit from supplementation.