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WHAT’S THE BIG DEAL WITH VITAMIN B12? WHY IS IT SO CRITICALLY IMPORTANT TO GET ENOUGH?
Vitamin B12 deficiency and depletion are common in the U.S., especially in those over age 60, with the highest prevalence in poorer populations around the world. In the past, vitamin B12 deficiency was underestimated for several reasons, such as the erroneous belief that deficiency is unlikely except in vegetarians or people with pernicious anemia, or that it usually takes over 20 years to deplete vitamin B12 stores. We now know that vitamin B12 deficiency can affect all age groups for a variety of reasons, including those who eat meat. Even for those who may not be deficient, they may have suboptimal blood levels of vitamin B12 so their body may be operating at a lower mode. Because vitamin B12 offers a whole host of functions for so many different organ and gland systems in the body, it is important to obtain sufficient amounts on a regular basis.
Vitamin B12 (cobalamin) is critical for the healthy formation of red blood cells and the health of nerve tissues. Cobalamin also plays a key role in the conversion of food into glucose, a critical step in energy production.* Vitamin B12 supports healthy memory, good moods, and superior cognitive health as well as nerve cell health.*
TO BE MORE PRECISE, HERE’S A LIST OF SOME OF THE AMAZING POTENTIAL BENEFITS OF VITAMIN B12:
Promotes healthy energy levels and overall vitality*
Promotes healthy immune function*
Supports healthy food digestion and assimilation*
Promotes cognitive health by helping the brain process information*
Supports healthy memory*
Supports nervous system health and neurological activity*
Supports healthy homocysteine levels for healthy heart function*
Plays a key role in the formation of red blood cells*
Helps promote a healthy, balanced mood and sense of well-being*
Supports the formation of blood cells in the body*
As you can see, that’s a pretty long list of vitamin B12’s famous functions and interactions within the body. On the other hand, this shows how one or more of these actions of vitamin B12 might be disrupted if your blood levels become too low. That’s why it’s important to maintain adequate blood levels of vitamin B12 to avoid experiencing deficiency-related concerns such as low energy, digestive issues, mental fog, mood changes and even sleep issues.*
FULLY ACTIVE CO-ENZYMES
Our revolutionary vitamin B12 formula is rich in the desirable, methylated, “blood circulating forms” of vitamin B12: methylcobalamin, adenosylcobalamin, and hydroxycobalamin. These three forms are already metabolically active, and yield optimal bioavailability.* QulturedTM B12 is made with “PG Technology,” our signature probiotic fermentation technology with selected probiotic cultures that allows for rapid oral delivery with superior bioenergetic properties.* This fermentation culture formula does not have ingredients from animal sources, making it suitable for everyone, including vegetarians and vegans. Recharge your energy levels with this fully active, methylated form of vitamin B12.
QUANTUM QUALITY GUARANTEE
Quantum Nutrition Labs is committed to producing pure, effective nutritional products and QulturedTM B12 is no exception. We are proud to offer a high-quality nutritional product line that meets all your family’s needs with a wide range of nutritional support. These products are created and diligently laboratory tested for optimal nutritional outcomes, including purity, strength, and nutrient content. Additionally, our formulas are manufactured without the use of undesirable excipients, such as magnesium stearate, which may have a negative impact on health.
This special probiotic fermented culture allows for rapid oral delivery for superior bioenergetic effects.* Many people say they can feel the effect the very first time they take it. Please add this incredible QulturedTM B12 liquid concentrate to your daily nutritional regimen and... Go Quantum!
*These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.