Without enough B12, you’ll feel it: low energy, brain fog, trouble sleeping. B12 supports energy levels by helping your body turn food into usable energy (ATP).
Daytime alertness and concentration. B12 maintains healthy serotonin levels, which affect the sleep-wake cycle as well as supporting good concentration and alertness throughout the day.
The only source of vitamin B12 is animal foods, making this supplement a must for vegetarians and vegans.
Absorption of this essential nutrient is easily hindered, so supplementation is essential for anyone with stomach issues, those who drink alcohol regularly, people over the age of 50, and keto lovers.
Set yourself up for a healthy cycle of great sleep and energy for days.
Let the neurotransmitters needed for memory and learning flow.
A healthy cardiovascular system is bliss.
B12 is vital for your nervous system and the production of genetic material like DNA and RNA – the building blocks of every single cell in your body.
The science behind why it works:
Most commercial B12 supplements contain synthetic cyanocobalamin, which must be activated by the liver before it can become functional.
However, B12 Boost contains methylcobalamin, the most natural, activated form of vitamin B12 that is better absorbed and has a higher retention rate in the body.*
Studies link vitamin D to a long list of impressive benefits: keeping bones and teeth strong, maintaining a healthy immune system, heart and circulatory system, strong lungs, healthy prostate, colon, and breast tissues.*
This formula contains higher therapeutic doses for situations where more aggressive repletion is required.
Your body naturally makes vitamin D when you step into the sunshine for 30 minutes a day or when you eat certain foods. But despite easy access, many people still face vitamin D deficiency.
B12 Boost can safely be taken every day for as long as you want to enjoy its health benefits. If you’re vegetarian, over the age of 50, drink alcohol regularly, or take acid reflux medications, then it’s important for you to work with your healthcare provider to check your B12 levels and find the right level of supplementation.
Yes, the bottle label is correct. B12 Boost contains so much more B12 than the US recommended dietary amount is because that recommended amount assumes two things: 1) You are eating sizable portions of meat daily to get B12, and 2) you are absorbing it all correctly. That’s not true for a lot of people, especially those at risk for a B12 deficiency because of age, a vegetarian diet, medication use, or alcohol consumption.
One of the great benefits of vitamin B12 is that your body is able to use exactly what it needs and safely flush the rest out of your system with no harmful side effects.