B12 + Sublingual100 Tablets Item #: FS-1051 / 1027202
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Food Science Labs B12 + Sublingual 100 Tablets
Color of this product may very due to color variations of the natural ingredients.- FOODSCIENCE of Vermont - Superior B -12 + Cherry chewable - (dietary supplement)
Food Science of Vermont's Superior B-12 Plus contains 1,000 mcg of cyanocobalamin vitamin B12 along with 100 mcg of folic acid. B vitamins are needed for the healthy function of the central nervous system. They also contribute to healthy blood pressure and cholesterol levels, impacting heart health, as well as homocysteine levels.
As a dietary supplement, chew 1 tablet daily.
Keep out of reach of children. If pregnant or nursing, consult your healthcare practitioner before taking this product.NOTES: Store in a cool, dry place. Color of this product may vary due to color variations of the natural ingredients.
B12 + Sublingual Supplement Facts
Mannitol, Sorbitol, Natural Cherry Flavor, Cellulose, Vegetable Stearate and Silica.
Other ingredients are: 100 mcg Folic Acid, mannitol, sorbitol, natural cherry flavor, cellulose, vegetable stearate, silica. Feb 7, 2013
Also, what is the difference in this Food Science Labs B12 and their other B-12 Sublingual, 100 Tablets, Item #: FS-7138 / 1593581. Their ingredients, quanity, and dosage sizes are the same. The only difference I see is that the FS-7138 / 1593581 is $4 more.
Thank you for your input!
Greg Feb 8, 2013
I will consider getting, Food Science Labs, B-12, 100 Sublingual Tablets, Item #: FS-7138 / 1593581. Since, it is methyl based. I would prefer it to be sublingual, though. Any suggestions?
Thank you for your response,
Greg Feb 8, 2013
When B-12 is taken sublingually it is readily absorbed through the soft tissues of the mouth and throat. So almost all of it will be absorbed, but some will not be and will end up as other nutrients in your body.
When B-12 is administered via injection, all the vitamin is placed directly into the bloodstream.
For more info try: Wikipedia - Vitamin B12 Aug 30, 2013
In order for the vit b to enter the bloodstream directly without going through the GI tract it would have to pAss directly through the skin to the blood vessels- some drugs have the ability to do that- i suspect if B12 did there would be no need for it by injection and yet by Injection is the recognized treatment. Aug 29, 2013
Not nearly enough for my purposes. Also, it isn't exactly sublingual, but chewable. If B-12 isn't absorbed in your mouth its basically useless once it goes into the digestive system. I prefer and use B-12 liquid by eye-dropper. Just hold it in your mouth til its gone. Each drop is 1000 mcg of B-12. Jul 29, 2013