Vitamin B12 is a member of the B Vitamin family, and like all the others it is water soluble and required to be consumed daily to support numerous different bodily functions. Vitamin B12 is well known for its role in supporting the formation of red blood cells, as well as helping to reduce tiredness and fatigue. Other roles played by Vitamin B12 include:
- Supporting normal energy producing metabolism
· Supporting healthy psychological function
· Supporting the nervous system.
Vitamin B12 is mainly found in animal sourced foods, so it is thought that those following a vegan diet may be at risk of suffering from Vitamin B12 deficiency. Those on long term antacid tablets may also be at risk of low B12 because the action of these medications may impact the body’s ability to absorb Vitamin B12.
At Natures Aid, our Vitamin B12 has been carefully created by our expert nutritionists. Each handy tablet provides 1000μg Vitamin B12 and is designed to slowly dissolve under the tongue rather than being swallowed, bypassing the digestive system, and making this product suitable for those taking antacid tablets.
This vegan friendly, sublingual tablet has been naturally sweetened, naturally flavoured, and contains no added sugar, no artificial flavours, and no artificial colours. For your complete peace of mind, it is also free from yeast, gluten, dairy, nuts, and soya.
Vitamin B12 Prep (Cyanocobalamin, Calcium Phosphate), Sweetener (Mannitol), Natural Flavouring (Cherry Powder, Maltodextrin, Anticaking Agent (Silicon Dioxide), Anticaking Agents (Vegetable Source Magnesium Stearate & Stearic Acid).
|Form||8mm diameter round tablet, to dissolve under the tongue|
|Packaging||75ml green PET bottle|
|Allergy Information||Suitable for vegetarians and vegans. FREE FROM: GMO, artificial colours, artificial flavours, dairy, lactose, gluten, wheat, nuts, salt, soya, starch, sugar and yeast|
|EFSA Approved Claims||Vitamin B12 contributes to: a reduction in tiredness and fatigue, normal red blood cell formation, normal energy-yielding metabolism, normal function of the nervous system, normal psychological function and normal homocysteine metabolism.|