Tri B12 Synergy

AOR04412
Combine trois formes de vitamine B12
  • Contient les formes les plus efficaces de vitamines B
  • Dose élevée de formes actives et biodisponibles de vitamine
  • Ingrédients en provenance de l’Europe et certifiés écologiques.
  • Sous forme de pastille, facile à
Absorbable
Non-GMO
Sans Gluten
Végétalien

$34.95 $27.96

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Tri B12 Synergy d’AOR est une combinaison de trois formes actives et indépendantes de vitamine B12. La vitamine B12 est utilisée comme un cofacteur des processus enzymatiques facilitant ainsi les réactions dans l’organisme, comme lorsque vous tournez la clé dans le contact de la voiture pour la démarrer. Les carences en vitamine B12 peuvent être la conséquence d’une mauvaise alimentation, d’un microbiote affaibli, d’une malabsorption généralement causée par la maladie de Crohn ou par une maladie cœliaque, ou par l’utilisation d’inhibiteurs de la pompe à protons comme des antiacides. Les populations à risque incluent les personnes âgées, les végétaliens et les fumeurs. L’utilisation chronique d’antibiotiques et les facteurs génétiques peuvent également augmenter les risques. La méthylcobalamine, l’hydroxocobalamine et l’adénosylcobalamine sont trois éléments distincts de la cobalamine possédant des avantages uniques à chacun. Combinés ensemble, ils offrent une dose adaptée de formes actives et biodisponibles de vitamine B12 pour un soutien complet dans la réparation d’une carence.

Serving Size: 1 pastille
Amount Per Serving
% Daily Value
Vitamin B12
5 mg
0%

†Daily Value not established

Ingrédients non médicinaux: Hydroxypropyl cellulose, palmitate d’ascorbyle, sirop de riz, xylitol, cellulose microcristalline et eau distillée.

In a review on the several forms of vitamin B12, authors Thakkar and Billa (2015) state that both methylcobalamin and adenosylcobalamin are essential with their own distinct functions. They concluded that it would be more beneficial to treat a vitamin B12 deficiency with a combination of methylcobalamin and adenosylcobalamin or hydroxocobalamin (or cyanocobalamin). As well, oral supplementation (ie. Tablet, capsule or liquid) has been shown to be as effective as an intramuscular injection for treating a B12 deficiency.In a 2016 review by Rizzo et al., the authors describe the unique function(s) of each form of cobalamin: Cyanocobalamin and hydroxycobalamin are provitamin forms of B12 that require activation by methylcobalamin or adenosylcobalamin. Adenosylcobalamin works within the mitochondria of cells and when it becomes deficient, this can lead to disrupted communication between nerve cells. Methylcobalamin is responsible for recycling and reducing levels of homocysteine (a marker of cardiovascular disease). The authors also noted that in cases of genetic mutations (also called “polymorphisms”), alternative forms of cobalamin such as methylcobalamin and hydroxycobalamin could improve the effectiveness of supplementation in vegetarians, who are at risk of a B12 deficiency.A prospective observational study tested the efficacy of using methylcobalamin B12 to treat anemia in children. In this study 28 children with macrocytic anemia (a form of anemia where red blood cells are larger than normal, due to either a vitamin B12 or folate deficiency) were supplemented with methylcobalamin for one month. At the end of the treatment period there was a significant increase in hemoglobin levels, and a significant improvement (decrease) in red blood cell size. Researchers also noted significant improvements in platelet counts and vitamin B12 levels. 

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