Active B12 - Folate  60 Tablets
Active B12 - Folate 60 Tablets

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Active B12 - Folate 60 Tablets

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Brand: Tahoma Clinic Dispensary
Style: 6265
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Active B12-Folate combines the active coenzyme form of 
vitamin B12, methylcobalamin, with an active form of 
folate. This high-potency, bioactive formula was created 
to bypass normal absorptive mechanisms for vitamin B12 
and folate which may be impaired due to aging, illness, or 
gastrointestinal surgery. Fast-dissolving, sublingual tablets 
allow for quick release into the bloodstream. Vitamin B12 
and folate play an integral role in DNA synthesis and thus 
are essential to cell division and proper functioning of virtually 
all tissues in the body. Rapidly proliferating cells such as 
enterocytes, leukocytes, and skin cells are especially 
dependent upon active forms of these nutrients. Vitamin 
B12 and folate also participate in methylation and proper 
disposition of homocysteine, a potentially toxic metabolite of 
methionine. Dietary B12 can be reliably obtained only from 
animal products and is a singularly difficult vitamin to absorb. 
Folate deficiencies have been reported following bariatric 
surgery. Active B12-Folate may be especially beneficial for 
vegetarians and persons with impaired gastrointestinal 
absorptive function due to aging, illness, or surgery. 

One sublingual tablet contains:
Folate ( as Metafolin®*   L-5-methyltetrahydrofolate)     
                                                               800 mcg      200% 
 
Vitamin B12 (as methylcobalamin)        1,000 mcg  16,667% 

Other Ingredients: 
Mannitol, silicon dioxide, vegetable stearine, carboxymethyl
cellulose sodium, and magnesium stearate. 

*Metafolin® is a registered trademark of Merck KGaA, 
Damstadt, Germany 

Suggested use: One tablet daily with food

Free of the common allergens: milk/casein, eggs, fish, 
shellfish, treenuts, peanuts, wheat/gluten, yeast, soybeans. 
Contains no artificial colors, flavors, or preservatives.




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