Vitamin B12 B6 Folic Acid Supplements Lexor Health

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No Shot Methylcobalamin Vitamin B12/Vitamin B6 w/Folic Acid Micro Tablets go to work fast, bypassing the digestive system as they are quickly absorbed directly into the body under the tongue. Other forms of Vitamin B12 supplementation can result in a loss of as much as 50% of Vitamin B12 potency in the high acid environment of the stomach. The combination of Vitamin B12, Vitamin B6 and Folic Acid works synergistically to support healthy heart function and provide essential nutrients for the cardiovascular system.*

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Vitamin B12 B6 Folic Acid Supplements Lexor Health

  1. 1. Instant Dissolve No Shot Methylcobalamin Vitamin B12/B6/Folic Acid Supplements Support Healthy Heart Function No Shot Methylcobalamin Vitamin B12/Vitamin B6 w/Folic Acid supplements provide excellent heart support. The combination of Vitamin B12, Vitamin B6 and Folic Acidworks synergistically to support healthy heart function and provide essential nutrients for the cardiovascular system. http://www.lexorhealth.com/t/vitamins-and-minerals/vitamin-b/vitamin- b6/p/Methyl-B12-B6-Folic-Acid-(60-tablets)-90690
  2. 2.  Vitamin B12, a water-soluble vitamin, is a part of Vitamin B complex and is the most complicated vitamin structurally and chemically. It is also known as cobalamin as it contains the biochemically rare element cobalt. Cyanocobalamin, a common synthetic form of Vitamin B12 is used in food additives and nutritional supplements. Methylcobalamin and 5-deoxyadenosylcobalamin are the forms of vitamin B12 that are active in human metabolism. Vitamin B12 cannot be made by plants or animals but is exclusively synthesized by bacteria. Generally people who are vegetarians may need to include Vitamin B12 supplements in their diets. http://www.lexorhealth.com/t/vitamins-and-minerals/vitamin-b/vitamin- b6/p/Methyl-B12-B6-Folic-Acid-(60-tablets)-90690
  3. 3.  Vitamin B6 is also known as Pyridoxine, Pyridoxal, or Pyridoxamine, or Pyridoxine hydrochloride. Vitamin B6 is an essential nutrient for heart health, regular brain function, smooth blood circulation and maintaining potassium and sodium levels. It is also useful for skin health, especially for psoriasis and dandruff. Vitamin B6 is a crucial nutrient and B6 deficiency may cause microcytic anemia. It can also cause dementia, high blood pressure, depression, water retention and heart diseases. Vitamin B6 when present in high levels can deplete other vitamins of the B group, so it should be wisely consumed. Vitamin B6 or Pyridoxine overdose can result in calcium deficiency, high blood pressure, depression, headaches, insomnia, mood swings, weakness, muscle cramping, difficulty walking, spinal pain and lots more. The best food sources for getting adequate Vitamin B6 include Eggs, fish, meat, baked beans, potatoes, bananas, nuts as well as sunflower seedshttp://www.lexorhealth.com/t/vitamins-and-minerals/vitamin-b/vitamin-b6/p/Methyl-B12- B6-Folic-Acid-(60-tablets)-90690
  4. 4.  Folic Acid is also known as Vitamin B9. Folic acid also known as Vitamin B9 or Folate is water soluble B Vitamin that promotes blood formation, tissue synthesis and maintains cardiovascular health. Folic acid is especially beneficial for pregnant women as it reduces the risk of having a baby with some serious birth defects of brain and spinal cord. Lack of folic acid in can hamper the red blood cell production which can lead to severe anemia such as macrocytic anemia or megaloblastic anemia. Prolong folate deficiency can lead to nerve degeneration and irreversible neurological damage. Folic Acid deficiency may increase risk of Heart problems and may also cause serious health conditions such as neural tube defects in the developing fetus . Folic acid does not have any particular side effects but overdose of this vitamin can cause some stomach problems such as decreased appetite, an upset stomach, abdominal bloating as well as kidney disorders, pernicious anemia , rashes, hives or itchiness. Folic acid is mainly found in whole grains, fresh vegetables, nuts, peas, yeast as well as in fortified flour based products.http://www.lexorhealth.com/t/vitamins-and-minerals/vitamin-b/vitamin-b6/p/Methyl-B12- B6-Folic-Acid-(60-tablets)-90690
  5. 5.  helps regulate the formation of red blood cells maintains and increases energy levels aids in the digestion of carbohydrates, fats and proteins helps in lowering homocysteine levels crucial for maintaining heart health Helps normal neurological function, repairing of body tissues contributes in the creation of bone marrow and DNA synthesis promotes mental alertness and focus, boost energy and support stable moods http://www.lexorhealth.com/vitaminb12/vitamin-b12-benefits
  6. 6.  Prolonged B12 deficiency can lead to nerve degeneration and irreversible neurological damage B12 deficiency can disrupt DNA production and abnormal cells called megaloblasts occur resulting in anemia Inadequate amount of Vitamin B12 can also weaken the immune system and the body’s natural resistance People unable to produce intrinsic factor are at a greater risk of developing a condition called as pernicious anemia. http://www.lexorhealth.com/vitaminb12/vitamin-b12-deficiency
  7. 7.  anemia chronic fatigue cardiovascular problems depression shortness of breath difficulty walking memory loss/dementia mood swings constipation http://www.lexorhealth.com/vitaminb12/vitamin-b12-deficiency-symptoms
  8. 8. Age RDA/Day 1 to 3 years 0.9 mcg 4 to 8 years 1.2 mcg 9 to 13 years 1.8 mcg 14 years and older 2.4 mcg Pregnant women 2.6 mcg Breastfeeding women 2.8 mcghttp://www.lexorhealth.com/vitaminb12/recommended-intake-vitamin-b12
  9. 9.  milk and milk products  dairy products  cheddar cheese ready-to-eat cereals  breakfast cereals Fish  soya milk Poultry  textured vegetable protein  sunflower margarines Eggs  yeast extracts red meat Known Sources of Vitamin B12 Sources of Vitamin B12 for Vegetarians http://www.lexorhealth.com/vitaminb12/vitamin-b12-sources
  10. 10. Lexor Health Vitamin B12/B6/Folic Acid http://www.lexorhealth.com/t/vitamins-and-minerals/vitamin-b/vitamin-b6/

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