Sally-Ann Creed Vitamin B12

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Sally-Ann Creed Vitamin B12

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Sally-Ann Creed®, brings you our very own Vitamin B12. Our clean, quality products are well-known on supplement shelves, and we ensured that our Vitamin B12 is no different. It contains no sugar, artificial sweeteners, flavouring or colourants. Our Vitamin B12 is in the form of methylcobalamin, which is known to be the most absorbable form of B12 by the body. Our supplement is encapsulated in a veggie capsule, making it suitable for vegetarians and vegans too.

Benefits may include:
-Improved energy production
-A reduction in tiredness and fatigue
-Assistance with the formation of healthy red blood cells
-Optimal function of the nervous system
-Assistance in the prevention of anemia

Vitamin B12, also known as methylcobalamin, is a water-soluble vitamin that is essential for DNA synthesis, red blood cell formation, and the optimal functioning of the nervous system. Our bodies cannot produce vitamin B12 on its own, and we therefore need to obtain it through animal-based foods or from supplementation.

Do you get enough vitamin B12? This can depend on one’s age, eating habits and / or medical conditions.
Some common symptoms of a lack of vitamin B12 include:
-weakness, tiredness and / or fatigue;
-heart palpitations and / or shortness of breath
-pale complexion
-nerve issues such as numbness, tingling, muscle weakness and or difficulty walking
-vision loss
-behavioral changes, and psychological effects such as depression and / or memory loss

Foods naturally rich in vitamin B12 are those of animal origin such as meat, fish, poultry, eggs and dairy products. Individuals who follow a vegan diet (meaning they do not eat any animal products including dairy and eggs) can often suffer from a vitamin B12 deficiency, and supplementation can greatly assist as well as opting for foods fortified with B12.
You may also be likely to suffer from B12 deficiency if any of the following applies to you:
-you suffer from celiac disease, Crohn’s disease or bacterial overgrowth. Each of these conditions affect the small intestines ability to absorb the nutrient
-certain medications that interfere with the absorption of B12 such as Nexium, metformin and H2 blockers
-Excessive use of alcohol
-atrophic gastritis, which is the thinning of the stomach lining
-immune disorders such as Graves’ disease and lupus

Most people can obtain sufficient vitamin B12 through consuming enough animal-based foods. If however, you do not eat animal products or have a medical condition that hinders your body’s ability to absorb vitamin B12, our Sally-Ann Creed® Vitamin B12 is a great option for you!

Each capsule contains:
Vitamin B12 (Methylcobalamin) 100mcg

Dosage and directions for use:
Adults and children (aged 1 – 18 years): Take 1 capsule daily, with breakfast
Do not exceed the recommended daily dose

Keep in a dry, cool place at or below 25°C
Reseal after opening

Warnings and special precautions:
If you suffer from any serious ailments or conditions (such as anemia); or if you are taking any prescribed medication, please check with your healthcare provider before taking this medicine
Nutritional supplementation should not replace a balanced diet
Do not exceed the recommended daily dose without consulting your healthcare provider
If you are pregnant or breastfeeding, please consult your doctor, pharmacist or other healthcare provider for advice before taking this supplement

This information is not meant to prevent, diagnose, treat or cure any disease. Nor does it take the place of professional medical advice. If professional assistance is needed, a qualified physician or licensed health care practitioner should be consulted.

This unregistered health product has not been evaluated by the South African Health Products Regulatory Authority (SAHPRA) for its quality, safety or intended use. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.

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