B12 Vitamin Family Veggunn

B12 Vitamin Family Veggunn

Vitamin B12 liquid, sublingual, without preservatives: essential and safe for the whole family. This vitamin is vital because it is involved in the formation of red blood cells and in the proper functioning of the nervous system.

30 mL.
Take 1 mL a week (2000 mcg).
Recommended dose for an adult.
Consult us the doses for each family member: veggunn@veggunn.com




If you are vegetarian, vegan or on the way to be, because you eat little meat, this is the best vitamin B12 for you and your family.

Vitamin B12 is an essential nutrient for our body that can only be obtained actively from food of animal origin.

Although a vegetarian diet may include sources of Vitamin B12, such as eggs or dairy products, meeting the nutritional requirements of this nutrient would involve ingesting many servings per day of these food groups, and may displace a healthy diet. Hence, Vitamin B12 supplementation is indicated in both vegetarian and vegan.

Vegan diets are exempt from products of animal origin and, therefore, must include B12 supplementation in order to complete the intake of all nutrients.
You will notice that you lack vitamin B12, more immediately, because you are tired or experience frequent mood changes. There are studies which, in the long term, relate the lack of vitamin B12 with the appearance of anemia, development of Alzheimer, memory troubles, lack of concentration and / or mental confusion.

The safest and most studied form of this vitamin is in the form of cyanocobalamin because it is the most effective for your basic needs. In addition, vitamin B12 Family Veggunn contains no preservatives, no added sugars, no gluten and no lactose.

Cobalamin contains cobalt, a trace element essential for the functioning of all the cells of the body, mainly the bone marrow, gastrointestinal tract and nervous system.

Although vitamin B12 has been found in some algae, this form is not actively assimilated by humans. They are molecules with the same structure, but that is not functional.

Hence, Vitamin B12 in the form of Cyanocobalamin is the most recommended nowadays.



Supplementation is recommended:
• If you are above 50 years.
• If you suffer from Krohn’s disease, celiac disease or other problems that hinder the digestion of food.
• If you take antacids or inhibitors of the proton pump (Omeprazole, Ranitidine …) or if you consume alcohol frequently.

Put the liquid under the tongue and keep for about 10 seconds before swallowing.
Take the dose once a week.
It should not be taken with other vitamin C supplements, since it reduces its absorption.



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