What is the best way to supplement B 12?
I am so excited to share with you that we are now stocking the Vitamin B 12 slow release patches at Raw Works.
Vegetarians and Vegans are often faced with the Vitamin B 12 question and as parents, we are often concerned that our children may not be getting enough Vit B12.
BUT what is the best way to supplement B 12?
It’s never been easier to ensure the whole family now gets sufficient Vitamin B 12 with the VITAMIN B 12 – SLOW RELEASE patches – easy to apply and the best form of Vitamin B12 supplementation! Read on to find out why this is the best way of taking Vit B12
TAKING VITAMIN B12 AS AN ORAL DOSE IS LARGELY A WASTE OF MONEY.
As much as 99% of the B12 you swallow is not even absorbed – it just passes through your body. There are only THREE EFFECTIVE ROUTES OF B12 administration:
By Injection; Dissolved under the tongue; and Transdermally
However, many of the sublingual B12 products and the injections also contain cheap, synthetic cyanocobalamin. The other challenge with both these methods, is that all the vitamin B12 is delivered to the bloodstream at once, which results in a large portion of the dose being eliminated by the body
To effectively correct B12 deficiency, the body needs a constant supply of smaller quantities of B12 over several hours.
The B12 patch, utilizing the latest in transdermal technology, addresses B12 deficiency by supplying 1000mcg methylcobalamin over a period of 24 hours through the skin, thereby ensuring optimal absorption and utilization of this essential nutrient.
For more information about these patches, send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org, Subject: Vit B 12 Patch or pop in and see them at our shop.
ARE YOU GETTING ENOUGH VITAMIN B 12?
To B12 or not to B12 – Even if you’re NOT Vegetarian or Vegan
If you suffer from any of the following, it may simply be a Vit B12 Deficiency.
Simply place the patch behind your ear for 24 hours and Voila!
Slow release Vit B12 over 24 hours.
Do this twice a week and notice the difference.
How I wish these patches had been available when my son was growing up!