Neurobiologix Methylation Complete a natural fruit punch flavor, dissolvable tablet that consists of 2 bioactive forms of methyl B12 (Methylcobalamin & Hydroxycobalamin), P-5-P (Pyridoxal-5-Phosphate/ B6) and a proprietary blend of bioactive folate (Quatrefolic and 5-Methyltetrahydrofolate). Fast dissolving tablets allow for quick release into the bloodstream. Active B12 and Folate may help individuals who are vegetarian or with impaired gastrointestinal absorption due to aging, illness surgery or a methylation deficiency. All to support normal methylation processes, and supports over 250 biochemical processes in the body meaning this formula also helps in maximizing focus, concentration, memory, sleep patterns, mood and immune function. Promotes and enhances the methylation processes needed to improve the production of glutathione, and allow maximum B12, B6 and 5-MTHF (bioactive and methylated form of folate) delivery to the nervous and immune systems.
Recommended Use: 1 tablet under the tongue or dissolved in the mouth, twice daily, 1 tablet in AM, 1 tablet in PM 2-3 hours prior to bedtime, or as recommended by a healthcare professional.
Extra Dosages: 1 tablet three times daily - 1 tablet in AM, 1 tablet Mid-Afternoon, 1 tablet 3 hours prior to bedtime.
STORAGE: Keep in cool, dry place and avoid direct sunlight or heat. Does NOT require refrigeration.
CAUTION: Consult with a healthcare professional on proper dosage for children under 5 years of age or if you are pregnant or breastfeeding.
Neurobiologix Methylation Complete
1 tablet contains:
- Vitamin B12 (Methylcobalamin) 5,000 mcg
- Vitamin B12 (Hydroxycobalamin) 2,000 mcg
- Vitamin B6 (Pyridoxal-5-phosphate) 2 mg
- Proprietary Blend of: Quatrefolic (6S-5-Methyltetrahydrofolic acid, glucosamine salt) and 5-MTHF (Methyltetrahydrofolate) 3.2 mg
Mannitol, Sorbitol, Croscarmellose Sodium, Natural fruit flavoring, silicon dioxide, ascorbyl palmitate and stearic acid.
from OK asked:
January 23, 2019
Does this vitamin have B1 or B2 in it?
No B1 but it does have two forms of B12, methyl and hydroxy.
on January 23, 2019