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Q: Is this a lozenge or can it be swallowed whole?
A: This is a tiny lozenge and is intended to be slowly dissolved in your mouth. The natural cherry flavor makes it a cinch to take and dissolving allows the B12 to be absorbed quickly into the bloodstream by dissolving under the tongue. If they really want to bypass the yummy flavor and enhanced absorption action, they could swallow it whole but be advised, it is not coated like a normal tablet would be for swallowing.
Q: Is Methyl B-12 allergen free?
A: Methyl B-12 contains no Gluten, Soy, Milk, Eggs, Fish, Shellfish, Tree Nuts, Peanuts, Wheat, Preservatives and Animal By-Products.
Q: What is Methylcobalamin?
A: Methylcobalamin is the most "bioavailable" form of B-12. It has been shown to convert homocysteine into methionine, which may support a healthy cardiovascular system. Methylcobalamin can cross the blood-brain barrier, which supports healthy brain function and may support the overall functioning of the nervous system.
Q: What are the benefits of Methyl B-12?
A: Benefits of taking Methyl B-12 regularly can include: increased energy, memory support, focus, healthy nerve function support and heart health.
B12 may support the central nervous system and cellular health for healthy Energy Production (cellular), normal Neurotransmitters (cells that communicate good mood/memory/healthy cognitive function), Nerve health which affect the body and the brain and overall Cardiovascular Health.
B12 is only available through food sources, as it is not produced by the body. Those on a strict vegetarian or vegan diet should consider a supplement with B-12.
Q: Does this contain Stevia?
A: No, it does not contain Stevia, but it does contain Xylitol.