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Sublingual B Complex, Vitamin B12 1200mcg Drops

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Sublingual B Complex, Vitamin B12 1200mcg Drops

Rated 4.8 out of 5
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  • Improved Energy Levels
  • Reduced Stress and Anxiety
  • Reduced chance of Pernicious Anemia
  • Improved Mood
  • Improved Bone Health
  • To Restore Normal Red Blood Cell & Hemoglobin Count

If so, you may want to give our Sublingual B Complex, Vitamin B12 1200mcg Drops a try!

This formula can potentially also give you a whole host of additional benefits, such as:

  • Improved Cognition, Brain Function & Memory
  • Migraine Prevention
  • Better Joint Health
  • Improved Skin & Nail Health
  • Support Healthy Cholesterol Levels
  • Reduced Blood Pressure
  • Better Skin Health
  • Better Eye Health
  • Ease Morning Sickness & Nausea

What is Vitamin B12 and where does it come from?

Known as cobalamin [1] and sometimes referred to as a “painkiller vitamin”, vitamin B12 cannot be produced by our bodies, but is essential for a variety of functions and processes.

Primarily stored in the liver [2], vitamin b12 can be sourced from animal foods such as poultry, meat, fish, dairy products and eggs, as well as being available in supplement forms.

Cobalamin is best known for the role it plays in cardiovascular support, energy metabolism and red blood cell & DNA production [3].

Discovered at Merck & Co (pharmaceutical company) by Karl Folkeres (director of Merck research) cobalamin was first isolated by Folkers and his team in 1945 when they were able to produce bright red, tiny crystals of the vitamin.

Once isolated, they tested the crystals on an anemic (not enough red blood cells in the body) patient, who made a full recovery.

Scientists later discovered that vitamin B12 was an important growth factor for animals, which led to vitamin rich diets in farming and an increase in livestock yields.

In the 1950s some countries also used cobalamin as a “Painkiller Vitamin” [4].

How does it work?

There are many benefits to taking vitamin B12, such as:

  • Preventing & helping with anemia. When you’re deficient in cobalamin your red blood cell count will be lower than normal (anemia) [5] because it’s needed in erythropoiesis (formation of red blood cells) [6].
  • Better bone health. B12 also plays a crucial part in DNA synthesis, providing strength and integrity to chromosomes. DNA is found in every cell in our bodies, including our bones [7].
  • Better energy levels. B vitamins play a crucial part in energy production in your body, and being deficient in B12 is likely to cause fatigue [8]. If you are deficient in B12, you’ll likely experience a surge of energy, taking you both to the days of your youth!
  • Improved mood. A study showed that severe depression was twice as likely in those who were deficient in vitamin B12 [9].
  • Improved brain function & cognition. Brain atrophy is caused by a loss of neurons and can lead to memory loss or degenerative problems, such as Alzheimer's. Being deficient in cobalamin has been linked to this loss of neurons [10].
  • Reduced risk of macular degeneration & heart problems. The macula is a part of the eye that helps to process what you are looking at. When optimal (or adequate) levels of cobalamin are present in the body, it keeps homocysteine (an amino acid in your blood) levels in check.

High homocysteine levels have been linked to an increased risk of macular degeneration [11] with age, and also increased risk of heart problems [12].

Vitamin B2

Otherwise known as riboflavin, vitamin B2 can help to prevent migraines, bone loss and cataracts, while improving mood and helping to boost the immune system.

First discovered in 1872 by Alexander Wynter Blyth (an English chemist) as a pigment in milk that was fluorescent [13], it wasn’t until the 1930’s that it was distinguished to be riboflavin.

As with all vitamins, riboflavin cannot be made in the body, but can be found in foods like milk, yogurt, cheese, eggs, almonds, fortified cereals and spinach, as well as meats such as beef & pork organs, chicken and salmon.

Studies have shown that an increased intake of riboflavin significantly decreases the risk of age related cataracts [14].

Studies have also shown B2 to be effective in migraine prevention [15].

Much like B12, even marginal deficiency in riboflavin has been linked with depression [16] and worse bone health [17]

Vitamin B3

Vitamin B3, or niacin, was first isolated in 1912 by Casimir Funk (Polish-American chemist) while he was actually trying to cure a disease caused by a deficiency of vitamin B1 (beriberi).

Used in a variety of different processes throughout the body, niacin is essential for the heart, gut, brain, skin and much more.

Niacin can help to improve cholesterol levels by increasing LDL (bad) cholesterol and decreasing HDL (bad cholesterol) [18].

Vitamin B3 is extremely important for its role in obtaining energy from foods that you ingest [19].

Vitamin B6

First discovered in 1934, pyridoxine (vitamin B6) was first isolated in 1938 by Samuel Lepovsky at the University of California.

Another B vitamin that plays crucial roles in many processes in the body - B6 can affect sleep, mood, mental health, inflammation, pain, digestion and more.

Studies have shown that people with depression have low pyridoxine levels, and B6 can help to reduce anxiety for them [20].

It can also help to increase melatonin (sleep hormone) secretion in the pineal gland, as shown in a study of 120 children [21].

B6 is effective at significantly reducing symptoms of morning sickness [22].

Vitamin B5

Otherwise known as pantothenic acid - vitamin B5 was first discovered by Dr. R J Williams in 1933.

Again, a B vitamin that is heavily involved in a variety of different bodily functions. From helping to convert food into energy, to being extremely important for the gastrointestinal, nervous and immune systems [23].

A randomized, double blind, placebo-controlled study showed that vitamin B5 supplementation reduced acne after 12 weeks [24].

What makes Feel Younger® Sublingual B Complex, Vitamin B12 1200mcg Drops different from other B Vitamin Products?

As you can see, there are many benefits to taking the B vitamins we have listed above, and that’s why we decided to include them, along with a strong dose of B12 in our Sublingual B Complex B12 1200 mcg drops.

But why use our Sublingual Vitamin B12 Formula with B Complex?

Firstly, because our B Vitamin formula is sublingual (applied under the tongue), the nutrients that your body needs can enter your bloodstream directly, without having to go through your gastrointestinal tract. This means that the vitamins won’t be broken down by stomach acid, and they are released quickly into the body and you’ll feel the effects sooner, and with greater efficacy.

Secondly, for this product we only use the best, most expensive, and most highly absorbed forms of B Vitamins, which are most easily assimilated by the body, but which unfortunately most supplement manufacturers don’t use, as they cost significantly more than the cheaper, less well absorbed versions.

For instance, for Vitamin B12, we use Methylcobalamin, which is the most bioavailable form of cobalamin. It is also the natural form of B12, as opposed to cyanocobalamin, which is a synthetic form of B12 made in a lab and needs to be converted to methylcobalamin in the body - taking up valuable energy from other bodily processes.

For Riboflavin, we use Riboflavin 5 Phosphate, which is a more bioavailable form of B2 - meaning it is more easily absorbed and available for your body to use, and therefore its effect is more powerful than taking standard riboflavin.

Our Sublingual B Complex uses niacinamide, because this form of niacin is safer, as it doesn’t give you the ‘Flush’ that the other forms of Niacin do…which many people find unpleasant.

Our B5 - D-calcium pantothenic acid is a more stable form of B5 which is easily broken down by the body into pantothenic acid.

Thirdly, this formula is also antibiotic free, gluten free, sugar free, vegan and vegetarian friendly, corn free, hormone free, lactose free and contains no nasty binders.

Here at Feel Younger, we believe in providing strong doses at reasonable prices. Our Sublingual B Complex B12 1200 mcg drops provide a 1,200 mcg dose of Methylcobalamin, the best form of Vitamin B12, per 1 ml serving, and will cost you no more than $24, with discounts available on subscriptions for multiple bottles

How Do You Take Feel Younger® Sublingual B Complex, Vitamin B12 1200mcg Drops

Shake well before using.

Place 1 ml (full dropper) under your tongue and hold for 20 seconds before swallowing.

Any Cautions?

In very rare cases, people may experience headaches, nausea and vomiting, diarrhea, fatigue or weakness or a tingling sensation in the hands and feet.

Not intended for use by people under the age of 18 years old.

ALWAYS consult a healthcare professional before taking any new supplements.

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Antibiotic Free
Gluten Free
Sugar Free
Vegan Friendly
Vegetarian
Corn Free
Hormone Free
No Binders
Lactose Free

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