NUTRA B12 25 mcg

16,90 incl. VAT

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Supplement based on Vit.B12 (Cyanocobalamin).

Glass bottle of 120 “fast” sublingual tablets.

1 tablet corresponds to 25 mcg Vit.B12.

RECOMMENDED DOSE:

from 4 to 10 years old: 1 cps/day

 

Ingredients: Pearlitol Flash (sweetener: D-Mannitol and Corn Starch), sweeteners (xylitol, sucralose), natural strawberry flavor, magnesium salts of vegetable fatty acids, vitamin B12 (cyanocobalamin of fermentative origin).

 

Vegan Friendly: without the use of compound substances or animal derivatives.
GMO Free: without the use of substances composed or derived from genetically modified organisms.
Gluten Free: gluten-free ingredients.
Diabetic Friendly: no added sugar.
Diabetic: without added sugar.

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Vitamin B12 (Cobalamin) in nature comes from specific bacteria present in the soil.

It is defined as essential because our organism is not able to produce it but must  necessarily be taken with food.

The foods that contain good sources of vitamin B12 are red meat, liver and fish, while they have a reduced, egg yolk and aged cheeses.

The Role of Vitamin B12:

  • intervenes in the production of red blood cells and bone marrow formation.
  • intervenes in the synthesis of DNA and RNA as well as fatty acids
  • intervenes in the creation of the myelin sheath that wraps the nerves.

Vitamin B12 deficiency:

  • Subjects who follow a vegan/vegetarian diet.
  • Subjects with celiac disease or chronic inflammatory bowel disease (Crohn’s disease, ulcerative rectocolitis).
  • Subjects over 50 years of age lack of the “intrinsic factor” which reduces absorption.
  • Subjects who have undergone surgery on the digestive system.
  • Subject using drugs such as metformin or antacids that reduce their absorption.

The consequences of vitamin B12 deficiency are:

  • Nervous system disorders;
  • Physical and mental exhaustion;
  • Muscle weakness;
  • Difficulties with memory and concentration;

The long-term deficiencies of vitamin b12 leads to a specific type of anemia called “pernicious”.

The cause of vitamin B12 deficiency is determined by the absence of the “intrinsic factor” (FI) which is an indispensable protein for the absorption of vitamin B12. The cause of the lack of FI is represented by atrophy of the gastric glandular mucosa caused by an autoimmune process.

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