Vitamin B12 Lipotropic
B12 – Cyanocobalamin
2,000mcg/ml – 50ml
Pharmaceutical Grade & Professional Potency OTC Lipotropic Vitamin Supplement
-Red Blood Cell & Nerve Cell Formation
- Fat Loss & Energy
- Lean Muscle Building
- Liver Cleansing
Product Description with Dosage Protocol
No toxicity levels have been reported for vitamin B12, and no toxicity symptoms have been identified in scientific research studies. Even long-term studies, in which subjects have taken 1,000 micrograms of the vitamin on a daily basis for five years, have revealed no toxicity effects. When the National Academy of Sciences established its current Tolerable Upper Intake Levels (ULs) for the B complex vitamins in 1998, it did not establish a Tolerable Upper level for vitamin B12.
Vitamin B-12 is an important vitamin that you usually get from your food. It is mainly found in meat and dairy products. New research from the University of Boston now reveals that B-12 consumption is not the cause of deficiencies but actually absorption is the real issue. A large percent of the population are unable to absorb Vitamin B-12 from food alone and will need B-12 supplementation.
B12 is usually recommended to be taken with B-Complex in order to experience the full benefits. Also, when taking one B-Vitamin alone, you can cause depletion of the other B-Vitamins.
*Individual Results May Vary*
Intended Use: Dietary Supplements
Dosage Calculation Table
2.5 mL = 2.5 cc = 1/2 teaspoon (tsp)
5 mL = 5 cc = 1 tsp
15 mL = 15 cc = 3 tsp = 1 tablespoon (tbl or Tbsp)
30 mL = 30 cc = 2 Tbsp = 1 fluid ounce (oz)