Dr. Vasquez ND DC DO
Biotics uses hydroxocobalamin for oral use instead of a methyl source. consider anemia, chronic fatigue and debilitation, hypochlorhydria, homocystinuria, digestive inflammation, diabetes, neuromuscular disorders, elevated MCV/MCH, and vegetarian diet. It is absolutely essential for the formation of blood cells and for the proper function of the nervous system. Malabsorption can occur as a result of insufficient intake, insufficient protein digestion in the stomach essential to release vitamin B-12 from ingested foods, insufficient production of intrinsic factor produced from the parietal cells following their destruction by autoimmune or infectious processes, insufficient production of pancreatic enzymes, inefficient absorption in the ileum due to diseases processes such as bacterial overgrowth, bowel diseases such as Crohn's disease, or surgical resection. Although physicians have previously relied on intramuscular injections of vitamin B-12 for patients who are deficient in this vitamin, research has shown that patients can achieve higher blood levels of B-12 when administered orally.
References: Independent research and additional information
Kuzminski AM, Del Giacco EJ, Allen RH, Stabler SP, Lindenbaum J. Effective treatment of cobalamin deficiency with oral cobalamin. Blood. 1998 Aug 15; 92(4): 1191-8
Ingredients & Suggested Dose
Vitamin B-12 2000 mcg (hydroxocobalamin), Folate 800 mcg, B-6 phosphate 2 mg (P-5-P)
Suggested Dose: 1-3 lozenges daily between meals or as directed.
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