We handpicked the ingredients in Ultra B12 to give you the most bioavailable B12 that your body can tolerate. Hydroxocobalamin, the active ingredient in Ultra B12, is the exact same form used in expensive B12 injections. The lozenge form allows your body to rapidly absorb the B12.
- B-12 (as Hydroxycobalamin) – Vitamin B12 is essential in the development and maintenance of red blood cells and nerve cells. It also helps the production of DNA, RNA, and neurotransmitters. It is important for the metabolism of homocysteine, and aids in the methylation process.
- Whole Cherry Fruit Extract – helps to distribute the B12 evenly through the lozenge while giving it a great flavor.
Does Not Contain: Gluten, MSG, citrus, soy, yeast, dairy, GMOs, fillers, preservatives, synthetics, or other hidden ingredients. It is 100% plant sourced and safe for vegetarians.
How to use
Daily Use:1 Lozenge daily.
Optimal Use:2-3 Lozenges daily.
High Stress Use:4-5 Lozenges daily.
How to Use:Dissolve lozenge in the mouth and then swallow. Best taken before 4 pm.
Yes, but remember that supplementation in children should be discussed with your healthcare provider.
Yes, but pregnant or nursing mothers should always consult with their health professional before supplementing.
Vitamin B12 may increase your energy, so it is best taken before 4pm.
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