Vitamin B12 Spray - Methylcobalamin & Adenosylcobalamin
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- 175 servings per bottle
- 500 mcg per spray
- With pure Methylcobalamin & Adenosylcobalamin
- Suitable for vegans
- Neurological B12
- 25 ml per bottle
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Vitamin B12 spray - Methylcobalamin & Adenosylcobalamin
Vitamin B12 absorption via the oral mucosa is very efficient. This practical pump spray delivers a fine mist of small vitamin B12 particles directly into the mouth. This ensures rapid delivery of Vitamin B12 to the bloodstream, where it does its job.
Vitamin B12 Methylcobalamine & Adenosylcobalamin spray: Benefits
- Ergomax’s Vitamin B12 contains methylcobalamine & adenosylcobalamin which can be used directly by the body.
- The spray’s fine mist optimizes absorption. In addition, it makes use highly practical.
- helps reducing fatigue;
- contributes to the normal functioning of memory;
- contributes to the proper functioning of the nervous system;
- supports the normal formation of red blood cells;
- assists in the normal functioning of the immune system
What exactly is vitamin B12?
Vitamin B12 is a common denominator for a group of essential bioactive molecules known as cobalamines. The term cobalamin is a contraction of the words cobalt and vitamin. Vitamin B12’s four forms are cyano-cobalamin, methyl-cobalamin, deoxyadenosyl-cobalamin and hydroxo-cobalamin. Vitamin B12 is used by all cells of the body, and it is therefore widely deployable.
Methyl- and adenosyl-cobalamin are the most bioavailable forms of B12, meaning that they can be used directly by the body. In contrast, cyanocobalamin, the most common B12 form, must first be converted by the liver. Because only small amounts of methyl- and adensoyl-cobalamine can be converted, ready-to-use forms that bypass the liver, such as a vitamin B12 spray, are a preferable option.
B12’s neurological form
For this B12 spray we use only methylcobalamin and & adenosylcobalamin, one might say the neurological form of B12. This form acts as a co-factor for enzymes, and is essential for many biochemical processes. It affects the production of SAM (S-adenosyl-L-methionine) and can act as a methyl donor. Generally speaking, vitamin B12 from food supplements is better absorbed than vitamin B12 from dietary sources. Of the various B12 forms used in supplements, methylcobalamin and adenosyl-cobalamin are the two most bio-active ones.
Vitamin B12 in nutrition
Just as plants, animals and fungi, people cannot produce their own vitamin B12. Only anaerobic bacteria have this capacity. The highest concentrations of vitamin B12 are therefore found in sewage, manure and mud. B12 in our diet is likewise made by bacteria. The richest food sources are animal in nature. The highest concentrations are found in shellfish, liver and crab.
Absorption of B12 from food
In all food sources vitamin B12 is bound to proteins. The former can only be absorbed when isolated. This accounts for B12’s problematic nature: the capacity for this splitting off from protein is determined by individual factors. The involved, complex absorption steps may vary, and change, depending on age, medication co-use, external factors and one’s physical condition. For this reason, B12 supplements generally show a superior absorption profile.