Liposomal Methylcobalamin (60 caps)
B12 causes the formation of red blood cells that maintain the iron level in the body. In addition, it can help reduce fatigue. Ribose, also referred to as D-ribose, is a naturally occurring sugar that can be made from glucose by the body. Ribose is converted into energy in the cells.
- Liposomes manufactured with an innovative and natural production method without the use of chemicals, heat and high pressure
- Highly stable liposomes that ensure the purity and protection of the methylcobalamin (vitamin B12)
- Contains only pure ingredients without additives
- Methylcobalamin with an unprecedented high bioavailability and purity
- Suitable for vegetarians and vegans.
- In glass packaging.
- Additional information
Vitamin B12 is a very important and essential nutrient of which one should certainly not build up a deficiency. Vitamin B12 contributes, among other things, to normal energy-yielding metabolism, normal functioning of the nervous system, normal psychological function, normal formation of red blood cells, normal functioning of the immune system, the reduction of tiredness and fatigue and plays a role in the cell division process .
The big problem is that a B12 deficiency is difficult to detect. Common blood tests at the GP can only detect a serious deficiency and are only able to measure the amount of B12 in the blood. This concerns the non-biologically active form of B12. This test cannot indicate at all how much vitamin B12 is actually present in the tissues. There could be enough B12 in the blood, but the question is whether the body is able to convert this inactive version of B12 into a biologically active version such as methylcobalamin.
Unfortunately, a large part of the population cannot optimally convert the vitamin B12 in the blood to the bioactive version, so that insufficient methylcobalamin ends up in the organs and tissues. Metabolizing the non-bioactive form of B12 is a complicated process in which the vitamin B12 is disconnected from one protein and reconnected to another protein called the Intrinsic Factor. It is precisely this Intrinsic Factor that is vulnerable to substances such as coffee, alcohol and non-natural food additives. So even people who are not vegetarian or vegan can develop a vitamin B12 deficiency.
Liposomal Methylcobalamin works very effectively to bring the vitamin B12 into the body cells. On the one hand, the methylcobalamin is the most biologically active form for the body to absorb, on the other hand, the liposomal form provides excellent transport to the cells. The added D-ribose provides extra support during transport and conversion into energy. Thanks to the liposomal technology of Somavita®, the Methylcobalamin is not broken down by the gastric juice and the digestive enzymes when ingested, as is the case with a conventional food supplement. As a result, the glutathione as an active ingredient remains completely intact so that it can enter the body cells without hindrance.
Due to the Health Claims Regulation and the KOAG/KAG, we are not allowed to mention the powerful effect of methylcobalamin here. By searching the internet with for example duckduckgo.com for “methylcobalamin” and “research” or “fatigue” one can find a lot of scientific health articles that specifically discuss this.
Composition per capsule
|100 mg Liposomal B12 of which:|
|– D-Ribose||69 mg||**|
|– omal proprietary Blend: PalmiticOleic Acid Phospholipids from non-GMO identity protected sunflower||30 mg||**|
|– Vitamin B12||999 mcg||39960%|
*Nutrient Reference Value not established
Other ingredients Hydroxypropyl methylcellulose (vegetarian capsule).
No fillers, only pure ingredients. Free from GMO, gluten, soy, lactose, preservatives, artificial colours, flavours and fragrances.
Suitable for vegetarians and vegans.
Recommended daily intake 1 or 2 capsules per day with plenty of water during a meal
Storage in a closed and dark place at room temperature.
Mandatory statement according to food law: The recommended daily dose should not be exceeded and is not a substitute for a balanced and varied diet. Keep out of reach for small children.