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Slow Dissolve B-12
Alfred Libby's Slow Dissolve B-12: If you're concerned about the dangers of B-12 deficiency, you'll want to know about Alfred Libby's B-12: formulated to deliver more of the "B" you're buying.
OVER 50? YOU MAY BE B-12 DEFICIENT
We need Vitamin B-12 for metabolism—all the processes in the body that depend on energy. According to the National Institutes of Health (NIH), this includes such vital functions as breathing, circulating blood, digesting food and keeping our brain and nerves functioning.1
Naturally, you want to do all you can to keep your body's storehouse of B-12 at a healthy level. But some people are more likely than others to suffer a Vitamin B-12 deficiency. You could have a B-12 deficiency if you:
- Are over age 50
- Follow a vegetarian or vegan diet
- Have had gastrointestinal surgery
- Have digestive disorders such as celiac or Crohn's disease1
We all feel tired and listless sometimes, but if symptoms like these are part of daily life, you might be suffering from a Vitamin B-12 deficiency. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) warns healthcare providers to watch their patients for these signs of low Vitamin B-12 levels:2
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We all feel tired and listless sometimes, but if symptoms like these are part of daily life, you might be suffering from a deficiency of Vitamin B-12. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) warns healthcare providers to watch their patients for these signs of low Vitamin B-12 levels:3
- Heart palpitations
- Vision loss
- Shortness of breath
- Pale skin
- Tingling of the hands and feet
The CDC doesn't stop there: it notes that a B-12 deficiency can also show up as anorexia (an eating disorder), diarrhea and constipation… it might even boost the risk of heart disease and stroke.3
It's important to note that even if you have any of these signs, it does not necessarily mean that you have a B-12 deficiency. These signs could stem from many causes. However, it does mean that your healthcare provider might want to rule out B-12 deficiency as a possible culprit.
3 "Manifestations of Low Vitamin B12 Levels". Vitamin B12 Deficiency. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Continuing Medical Education for Primary Care Providers. Available at: http://www.cdc.gov/ncbddd/b12/manifestations.html
Adults and children over 10: take 1 slow dissolve tablet daily or as directed by a healthcare professional. Let dissolve in mouth or under tongue. Do not swallow whole. For best results, we suggest taking 3 tablets a day for the first 10 to 14 days. After that, take at least 1 to 2 tablets daily.
Most people take one in the morning and one in the afternoon to maintain and enjoy that feeling of endless energy every day!
Original B-12 contains B-12, B-6 and folic acid. Super B-12 has 3 times as much B-12 as the Original B-12 plus ginseng.
It is actually the natural color of the product. No coloring is added.
There are no detrimental effects of swallowing the tablets. However, you will not receive the full benefits of the product by swallowing the tablets. Dissolving the tablets under your tongue gets essential B vitamins into your bloodstream faster than if you swallowed them.
- Andrews E., et al. (2113). The syndrome of food-cobalamin malabsorption revisited in a department of internal medicine. A monocentric cohort study of 80 patients. European Journal of Internal Medicine, 14, 221-2216.
- 3. http://www.jhrr.org/article.asp?issn=2394-2010;year=2014;volume=1; issue=1;spage=5;epage=9;aulast=Mahmood