Helps Maintain Energy Levels
It is needed to convert carbohydrates into glucose in the body, thus leading to energy production and a decrease in fatigue and lethargy in the body.
Vitamin B12 is also needed for neurotransmitter signaling that helps your muscles contract and gives you energy to go about your day without feeling tired and run down.
Boosts Mood and Helps the Nervous System to Properly Function
Vitamin B12 is needed for concentration and cognitive processes, such as learning, so a vitamin B12 deficiency can result in difficulty focusing and an increased risk for attention disorders.
Good for Brain Health
In addition to helping stave off and treat Alzheimer’s, Vitamin B12 also provides healthy benefits for the brain, and helps prevent what is known as “brain shrinkage” which can lead to conditions like dementia when you’re older.
It Is Essential For Healthy Skin, Hair, And Nails
It helps in cell reproduction and constant renewal of the skin.
Prevents Memory Loss and Lowers Risk of Neurodegenerative Disease
A vitamin B12 deficiency may cause various neurologic and psychiatric disturbances. Because of its role in nerve health and neurotransmitter signaling, vitamin B12 benefits cognitive function and is used to lower the risk of neurodegenerative diseases, including Alzheimer’s disease and dementia
Helps Prevent Alzheimer’s Disease
Vitamin B-12 has been specifically credited for helping to treat and also prevent the occurrence of Alzheimer’s disease. It helps in healthy regulation of the nervous system, reducing depression, stress, and brain shrinkage.
It Helps Maintain A Healthy Digestive System
Vitamin B12 also protects against heart disease by curbing and improving unhealthy cholesterol levels, protecting against stroke, and high blood pressure.
It helps protect against cancers
Including breast, colon, lung, and prostate cancer.
- Extreme tiredness; feeling dizzy
- A lack of energy
- Constantly feeling tired or chronic fatigue
- Muscle aches and weakness
- Inability to concentrate well
- Joint pain
- Difficulty breathing or shortness of breath
- Mood changes, like increased depression and anxiety
- Having abnormal heart problems, such as palpitations
- Poor dental health, including bleeding gums and mouth sores
- Digestive problems like nausea, diarrhea or cramping
- A poor appetite
- A more serious deficiency can also cause a form of anemia called pernicious anemia, a serious condition that can cause memory loss, confusion and even long-term dementia…
Then you just might be lacking it. Here is why:
“Vegetarians are another group with inadequate dietary B12 intake since much of our B12 comes from meat consumption. A recent study showed 50% of long-term vegetarians have B12 deficiency, with decreased serum B12 levels and elevated homocysteine levels.”- Jeffrey Dach MD
Department of Nutrition Science, East Carolina University
“Higher rates of deficiency were reported among vegans compared with vegetarians and among individuals who had adhered to a vegetarian diet since birth compared with those who had adopted such a diet later in life.
The main finding of this review is that vegetarians develop B12 depletion or deficiency regardless of demographic characteristics, place of residence, age, or type of vegetarian diet.
Vegetarians should thus take preventive measures to ensure adequate intake of this vitamin, including regular consumption of supplements containing B12.”
In over 60 years of vegan experimentation, only B12 fortified foods and B12 supplements have proven themselves as reliable sources of B12, capable of supporting optimal health. It is very important that all vegans ensure they have an adequate intake of B12, from fortified foods or supplements. This will benefit our health and help to attract others to veganism through our example.
Even if you’re a ‘meat’ eater you might not be exempt from a lack of vitamin B12.
As Paul Fassa, Natural Health Journalist says “Regardless of diet, it’s estimated up to 80 percent of the population may be vitamin B12 deficient.”
He continues “All the usual B12 sources, such as meat, eggs, and dairy won’t do much if one’s small intestines are lacking the intrinsic factor. The intrinsic factor is a special protein produced in the small intestine that is key to extracting B12 from foods and assimilating it into the blood.
And many lack it due to a standard American diet (SAD) of processed foods and/or anti-acid medications, prescribed or over the counter. Actually, it’s usually a lack of stomach acid that’s the problem, not excess acid. So anti-acids make those apparent excess acid situations even worse.
That’s why meat and dairy consumers are not exempt from vitamin B12 deficiency”
According to research, Vitamin C can actually block the absorption of vitamin B12, a lack of dietary calcium, which is another important factor in B12 absorption, can also result in lack of B12 too.
In other words, vitamin B12 doesn’t just depend on the intake, but on the absorption of it.
There are three types of B12 used as supplements: cyanocobalamin, hydroxocobalamin, and methylcobalamin.
Of these three, most experts agree that methylcobalamin is the most beneficial.
Methylcobalamin is the most potent form of Vitamin B12 found in nature.
The B-12 Energy Lift is Vitamin B-12 (*as methylcobalamin). It comes in a form of a tablet which is chewable/sublingual.
It contains no animal by products and it’s NON-GMO Formula!
Methylcobalamin provides for the healthy development and sustenance of our circulatory, immune and nervous systems – we need it.
With that said, Methylcobalamin gives protection against typical age-related memory loss.
Because of this, it is regularly considered one of the essential longevity supplements which might be able to extend human life span.
Due to its nerve-related functions, it also has benefits as a neuropathic pain reliever.
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1 tablet taken 1 to 3 times daily, preferably with meals or as directed by a healthcare professional. For best results, chew thoroughly before swallowing – or allow tablet to dissolve under the tongue and swallow.
Dietary supplement manufacturers and distributors are not required to obtain approval from FDA before marketing dietary supplements. If new ingredient is introduced then they have to undergo FDA review. B-12 Energy Lift meets all FDA regulations and quality standards for dietary supplements.
B-12 Energy Lift is formulated in an FDA inspected facility and sourced from a GMP certified facility.
If you’re a vegan or vegetarian, then it’s highly recommended; practically necessary.
If you’re a meat and diary consumer with age over 50-55, then it’s highly recommended, because the synthetize of B12 into your body diminishes with age.
If you work long hours, you feel tired, but want more energy.
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In short, B-12 Energy Lifst is for anyone who wants more energy.
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Anytime you want more energy and get all the benefits of the B-12 Energy Lift. For example. If you take three tablets per day, then take one in the morning, afternoon and evening.
People with blood cell issues such as polycythemia or anemia should consult with a doctor before beginning Methylcobalamin therapy.
Vitamin B12 is likely safe when taken according to the recommended dietary amounts (RDA) or less. There is insufficient reliable information available about the safety of larger amounts of vitamin B12 during pregnancy.
Please consult your doctor before taking B12 Vitamin.