Hi-Potency B12 with Biotin
Vitamin B12 deficiencies are often found in older adults and in vegetarians or those who eat very little meat. As we age our bodies have a harder time absorbing Vitamin B12. Symptoms of a B12 deficiency include any of the following:
Difficulty thinking and reasoning (cognitive difficulties), or memory loss
Strange sensations, numbness, or tingling in the hands, legs, or feet
A swollen, inflamed tongue
Plants don't make Vitamin B12. In order to get it from the foods you eat, you'll need to consume things like meat, eggs, poultry, dairy products, and other foods from animals. Strict vegetarians and vegans are at high risk for developing a B12 deficiency if they don’t eat grains that have been fortified with the vitamin or take a vitamin supplement.
Vitamin B12 supplementation may help improve your energy levels, mood, and reduce anxiety levels.*
Biotin plays a major role in helping the human body convert food into usable energy. Dietary sources of biotin include nuts, eggs, beans, cauliflower, mushrooms, liver and other animal protein sources. Virtually all Hair, Skin and Nails supplement on the market contain Biotin. Studies indicate that Biotin can improve nail quality over a period of time.* Additional research indicates it may benefit those with alopecia or thinning hair.*
Both Vitamin B12 and Biotin are water soluble supplements. This means, when taking higher doses of these vitamins your body will eliminate (via urine) excess amounts. Our Planet 3 Hi-Potency Vitamin B12 with Biotin contains 1,000 mcg of Vitamin B12 and 5,000 mcg of Biotin.
*These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent disease. Consult a healthcare provider prior to se if: pregnant, nursing, on medications, have a medical condition or are planning a medical procedure. Stop use and contact a physician if adverse reactions occur. Keep out of reach of children.
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