Super Mega B - 60 capsules - Solal


 

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B Vitamins are the brains best friend and B Vitamins play the most important role in ensuring optimal brain function due to fact that they deliver oxygen to the brain and protect it from harmful oxidants. B Vitamins also turn glucose into energy within brain cells and keep neurotransmitters in circulation. B Vitamins are water soluble and need to be replaced daily. It improves IQ¸ Memory¸ Mental Alertness/Concentration¸ Mood¸ Energy¸ Immune Function¸ Anti Oxidant¸ Cholesterol¸ Heart Disease. The B12 in this formula is Methylcobalamin (the most superior¸ Bio-available and absorbable B23). Contains B1¸ B2¸ Niacin¸ Vitamin B6¸ Folic Acid¸ Vitamin B12 (Methylcobalamin)¸ Biotin¸ Pantothenic Acid¸ Choline¸ Inositol¸ and Para Aminobenzoic Acid.

Ingredients: - Each tablet contains

Vitamin B5 (Pantothenic Acid) - 325mg
Inositol - 81.25mg
Flush Free Niacin (Inositol Hexanicotinate) - 65mg
Vitamin B1 (Thiamine) - 32.5mg
Para Aminobenzoic Acid - 32.5mg
Vitamin B6 (Pyrodoxine) - 24.375mg
Vitamin B2 (Riboflavin) - 16.25mg
Choline - 14.625mg
Vitamin B12 (Methylcobalamin) - 325mcg
Vitamin B 8 (Folic Acid) - 260mcg
Biotin -195mcg

Solal Technologies uses Methylcobalamin in their Super Mega ‘B’ Comples as it is superior to yanocobalamin

Methylcobalamin

Methylcobalamin (also known as met-Cbl; Methyl-B12) is an active endogenous Coenzyme form of Vitamin B12 that transfers a Methyl group from an inactive form of Folic Acid to Homocysteine forming Methionine. This is the only active endogenous coenzyme form of Vitamin B12 that is available as a supplement (in tablet form). Methylcobalamin accounts for approximately 70% of the total Blood Plasma Vitamin B12 reserves. Many researchers indicate that this form is worth “searching for” as clinical trials have shown that in supplemental form it is far superior to other forms of Vitamin B12 supplements in terms of its ability to enhance human health. The Liver converts approximately 1% of the Cyanocobalamin form of Vitamin B12 to Methylcobalamin.

Cyanocobalamin

Cyanocobalamin (also known as Cytamen) is a complex of Cyanide and Cobalamin.This form of Vitamin B12 is the form most commonly found in Vitamin B12 supplements. It must be converted to either of the active Coenzyme forms within the body in order to exert therapeutic effects. It is not as effective as the Adenosylcobalamin¸ Methylcobalamin or Hydroxocobalamin forms of supplemental Vitamin B12 but is more stable than the Hydroxocobalamin form. The Liver converts approximately 1% of Cyanocobalamin to the Methylcobalamin form of Vitamin B12. Most supplemental Cyanocobalamin is converted within the Intestines to Adenosylcobalamin.


Methylcobalamin¸ the bioactive form of cyanocobalamin

• Enables one to properly utilize fats¸ carbohydrates and protein.
• Relieves irritability and improves concentration¸ memory and balance.
• May reduce the risk of certain forms of cancer if serum levels are kept high.
• Many elderly people suffering from neurological impairment find that B12 supplementation greatly improves their cognitive function. Published studies show that vitamin B12 in supplement form is absorbed better by elderly people than vitamin B12 that is bound to food. Vitamin B12 is only found in animal source foods and is often deficient in vegetarian diets.