Hydrox Adeno B12 - 60 lozenges
- Category: Vitamins & Energy
- Biologically active forms of B12
- Promotes energy metabolism*
- Helps fight fatigue*
- Benefits the nervous system*
- 2000 mcg of vitamin B12 per lozenge
- 60 lozenges
- Expected in May 2021
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Hydrox-Adeno B12 by Seeking Health
Seeking Health's Hydrox-Adeno B12 contains organic, active forms of vitamin B12 in the form of convenient lozenges. Each lozenge contains 2000 mcg of vitamin B12 and consists of half hydroxycobalamin and the other half adenosylcobalamin. Adenosylcobalamin is also known as the mitochondrial form of vitamin B12 and occurs for the largest part in cell tissues. Both hydroxycobalamin and adenosylcobalamin are suitable for people looking for non-methylated alternatives to cyanocobalamin, a form of vitamin B12 that is not native to the body though often used in supplements.
The importance of vitamin B12
Vitamin B12 is a vitamin receiving more and more due attention. Many people are wondering if they might have a deficiency of this vitamin, especially those who eat little or no animal foods including vegetarians and vegans because the vitamin naturally occurs only in animal products. Vitamin B12 plays important roles in our body. It contributes to the normal formation of red blood cells and to normal psychological functioning. In addition, it promotes energy metabolism, helps fight fatigue, benefits the nervous system and plays a role in the cell division process. Seeking Health’s handy lozenges are suitable for both vegetarians and vegans and are free from the most common allergens.
Evolution of epigenetics
Epigenetics is a science that has been changing and evolving significantly in recent years. More and more we begin to understand that our DNA, or genetic predisposition, does not have all the clues, but that it is the 'epigenome' that effectively runs the DNA by turning certain genes 'on' or 'off'. So we may have mapped our entire DNA, but we are far from there yet. After all, our DNA is comparable to a computer, where it depends on the software (the epigenomes) in which way the computer is being used. The main epigenetic processes in our body are the methylation processes, in particular DNA methylation. A lot of research is currently being done into the influence of diet and lifestyle on our epigenomes and to what extent epigenetic influence can also be passed on to subsequent generations. In sum, the science of epigenetics studies variations in gene expression, which, however, do not cause changes in the DNA sequence itself.
- Contains hydroxycobalamin and adenosylcobalamin, two biologically active forms of vitamin B12
- Contains 2000 mcg of vitamin B12 per lozenge
- Vitamin B12 benefits the nervous system, contributes to normal red blood cell formation and normal psychological functioning
- Vitamin B12 promotes energy metabolism, helps fight fatigue and plays a role in the cell division process
- Free from milk, eggs, fish, shellfish, nuts, artificial colors and flavors;
- Suitable for vegetarians and vegans
The Methylation Process
Every minute, trillions of methylation processes take place in all cells of our body, which in turn affect thousands of other bodily processes. Methylation is a controlled transfer of a methyl group primarily to proteins, amino acids, enzymes and DNA. Methylation is involved in the maintenance and repair of our DNA within our cells and tissues. Substances that have the ability to donate a methyl group are called methyl donors. B vitamins, vitamin C, biotin, zinc, folic acid and betaine, among other compounds, can function as a methyl donor. Methyl groups play an important role in gene expression, since they have the ability to switch our DNA on and off. It is not without reason that they are one of the most researched molecules in epigenetics. Research indicates that methylation responds to environmental factors and decreases with age. This has made the relationship between health and the ability to methylate a frontier research area.
Seeking Health is a company with a passion for quality that composes its products with the utmost care. Thus, most Seeking Health products are free from GMOs and are also suitable for sensitive users, since they are free of common allergens such as milk, egg there and, fish, shellfish, nuts, gluten, corn, yeast and soy. Suppliers must meet specific standards before ingredients can be used. In addition, each ingredient is always carefully researched and tested. Supplements formulated with care and skill, that's what Seeking Health stands for and believes in!
About Seeking Health
After suffering from unexplained health problems himself for years, Dr. Ben Lynch became convinced that the cause of these complaints had to be sought in having 'dirty' genes. After ten years of researching, studying and treating thousands of clients around the world, he wrote the book Dirty Genes, in which he developed and refined his method of actively using insights from epigenetics to optimize health. Lynch is currently one of the most consulted experts in epigenetics. He has always been fascinated by the influence and power of our genes and he believes that through the right diet and lifestyle we can work with our genes to create higher levels of health.
* Vitamin B12 promotes energy metabolism, benefits the nervous system and helps fight fatigue
- Take 1 lozenge daily or as directed by your healthcare professional.
- Lozenge may be broken into smaller pieces if lower dosage is desired.
- Do not use within 5 hours of bedtime as it may interfere with sleep.
- Children and pregnant or lactating women should consult their healthcare practitioner prior to use.
- Consult with a healthcare professional before use if you are using antibiotics or other medications.
|Amount per serving||% DV|
|Vitamin B12 (50% as hydroxocobalamin and 50% as adenosylcobalamin)||2000 µg||83.333%|
DV = Daily Value
Xylitol, ascorbyl palmitate, silica, and natural cherry flavor.