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Nutritional Support for Heart, Energy, and Nerve Health

  • Supports Heart Health
  • Provides Central Nervous System Support
  • Promotes Mental and Physical Energy
  • Anemia Support

In the U.S., foods fortified with folic acid has increased the percentage of adults who have adequate folate levels. Yet, still only a fraction of U.S. adults currently get the recommended daily intake of all B vitamins solely by diet.

B12 deficiency is the most common nutritional deficiency in the developing world and probably in the U.S. (August 2005 Harvard Letter)

Early detection of B12 deficiency is important. Ask your doctor about checking your vitamin B12 level by a simple blood test.

You may be at a higher risk for vitamin B12 deficiency if you:

  • are over 50 years old
  • take a proton pump inhibitor (Prilosec/omeprazole or Nexium) or antacids (Pepcid/Zantac)
  • take Metformin (a drug to control blood sugar)
  • are a strict vegetarian
  • have had weight loss surgery or malabsorption

 

Supports Heart Health

Folate, Vitamin B12, and Vitamin B6 play key roles in decreasing homocysteine, a protein product in the blood linked to hardening of the arteries. Most studies link high levels of homocysteine to increased risk of heart conditions and stroke. Folic acids supplements are found to be most protective for cardiovascular health when combined with vitamin B6 and B12.

JAMA. 1998; 279: 359-364.
J Am Coll Nutr. 2008; 27:127-136.

 

Provides Central Nervous System Support

B12 deficiencies may cause decreased brain function, poor balance and even memory loss. Vitamin B12 cannot be made by the body, but must be obtained through food or supplements such as B-force.
A lack of vitamin B12 may lead to damage of the myelin sheath which protects the nerves and may cause permanent nerve damage. Several studies link reduced levels of B12 to cognitive decline and impaired memory.

Amer Jour Clin Nutr; Feb 2007
           

Promotes Mental and Physical Energy/Anemia Support

By supporting the body’s production of energy through the metabolism of food, vitamin B12 is needed to make DNA and maintain healthy nerve cells.

According to the Office of Dietary Supplements, vitamin B12 is believed to alleviate fatigue and weakness due to megaloblastic anemia- a decrease in hemoglobin in the blood. This can occur when levels of B12 or folic acid are deficient.

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