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Methylcobalamin 1000 Mcg

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KAL Methylcobalamin 1000 Mcg (1000 MCG) 60 Sublingual Tablets

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Methylcobalamin, also known as Coenzyme B-12, is the metabolically active form of Vitamin B-12 in the body. KAL Methylcobalamin 100 mcg is a High Potency, Sugarless, Berry flavored sublingual designed specifically for optimal absoprtion and efficiency in the body. Vitamin B-12 provides nutritive support for normal, healthy red blood cell synthesis, nerve function and homocysteine levels. KAL Methylcobalamin is a sugarless, vegetarian formula


As a dietary supplement, chew or dissolve under the tongue 1 sublingual lozenge daily.


Store in a cool, dry place. Do not use if safety seal is broken or missing.

Methylcobalamin 1000 Mcg Supplement Facts

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Supplement Facts
Serving Size  1
Servings Per Container   60
Amount Per
% Daily
Vitamin B12(As Methylcobalamin)
1000 Mcg
* Daily value not established

Other Ingredients:
Sorbitol, xylitol, natural flavors, stearic acid, citric acid and silica.

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Methylcobalamin 1000 Mcg
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Katherine P: I think this will help my V12 deficiency. Jan 29, 2014
Carmen E: This one is for my husband because I've been told that Methylcobalamin is better than the old one that starts with a C. I cannot take the Methylcobalamin.It affects mmy nervous system. Dec 30, 2013
Helmut W: It has what I am looking for. Dec 5, 2013
John S: TYPE OF B12 AND PRICE Nov 26, 2013
sally b: It is the most bio-available form. Oct 27, 2013
Robin J: This is easy to take and has a good taste. Using this keeps my B12 at a good level. May 13, 2013
Kimberly B: "Recommended by a nurse. " Feb 13, 2013
Dorothy H: I like this product also and feel it helps Jan 31, 2013
Mary T C: Brain Health Jan 25, 2013
Sylvia P asked: With MethylCobalamin what is the difference between 1mg and 1000mg? Feb 13, 2013
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rita b: There are 1000 mcg or micrograms in 1 mg Feb 20, 2013
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Janet F S: The product in question is in 1000 mcg (or 1000 micrograms). 1000 mcg is equal to 1 mg (or 1 milligram). 1000 mg is equal to 1 gm (or 1 gram). Not sure if this answers your question. But the 1000 mcg of Methylcobalamin is equal to 1 mg. which is a good daily dose for B-12. The difference between 1 mg and 1000 mg is the 1000 mg is 1000 more than the 1. Mar 5, 2013
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Timothy N asked: some of the other b12 supps show no wheat. Is this "gluten free" or maybe not? thanks Oct 2, 2013
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Catherine W: Reading the ingredients for this I do not see anything that may contain gluten. That being said, I chose this form of Vitamin B due to the fact that when comparing Methylcobalamin versus Cyanocobalamin. Methylcobalamin (the form of Vitamin B found in this supplement) is naturally occurring. Cyanocobalamin is NOT the form of Vitamin B found in nature...or foods. It also contains molecule(s) found in cyanide - albeit in extremely small dose, it is still something that the body must get rid of. It is man made. Methylcobalamin is better absorbed. THAT is why I chose this. Oct 2, 2013
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Dorothy H: o this is not gluten free. I called the company Oct 2, 2013
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