vitamin B12-Loges ® 1,000 ug capsules, vitamin b12 deficiency
Highly dosed vitamin B12 with depot effect for targeted supply in the event of impaired vitamin B12 absorption.
Food for special medical purposes (balanced diet).
For diet management with impaired vitamin B12 intake.
vitamin b12 deficiency
• For people who cannot absorb enough vitamin B12 due to illness or medication
• The high dose ensures a sufficient supply of vitamin B12
• High-quality hydroxocobalamin is available to the body for longer and is not excreted as quickly
• Without titanium dioxide, vegan, lactose- and gluten free
In general, there are two ways in which vitamin B12 can be absorbed in the body: absorption using the so-called intrinsic factor and passive absorption. The intrinsic factor is a special transport protein that is responsible for the absorption of vitamin B12. A large part of vitamin B12 is absorbed by the body in this way. With passive absorption, vitamin B12 enters the body all by itself through the intestinal wall.
The condition for this: there must be enough vitamin B12 available. Because here applies: the more vitamin B12 is supplied, the more can be passively absorbed.
Taking certain medications (proton pump inhibitors, H2-receptor antagonists, antacids, antidiabetics) often interferes with the absorption of vitamin B12. Chronic diseases (e.g. chronic gastritis, Chron disease, celiac disease, tumors, AIDS and pancreatic insufficiency) also hinder the absorption of the important B vitamin. In most cases, absorption by the intrinsic factor is affected, which is why an adequate supply of vitamin B12 must increasingly take place via the passive absorption route in such cases, e.g. with the help of vitamin B12-Loges ® 1,000 ug.
The special thing about vitamin B12-Loges ® 1,000 g
vitamin B12-Loges ®1,000 ug contains 1,000 ug of vitamin B12 as naturally occurring hydroxocobalamin and is free from titanium dioxide, lactose, sugar and gluten. vitamin B12-Loges ® 1,000 ug is suitable for vegans.
Food for special medical purposes ( vitamin b12 deficiency balanced diet)