4 thoughts on “B-12 – What is the best dosage? – 1:39”

  1. Hi Andrew: I have a question about Vitamin B12. I know the B12 you are using, like many other manufactures, are synthetic form of Cyanocobalamin. But I know some manufactures are using Methylcobalamin form of B12. They claim Methylcobalamin is a better form of B12 than Cyanocobalmin. What is your comments on this? And if Methylcobalamin is a better form of B12, why aren’t you using it? I’m not trying to be offensive here but just trying to understand the different between those two forms of B12.
    Thanks Andrew

  2. i have the same question as LLS above, regarding methylcobalamin vs. cyanocobalamin. i was just sent information about a b12 patch that uses methylcobalamin.
    here is a ‘blip’ from the info i received regarding this. i hope you will comment.
    " Many multivitamins only contain 1-10 mcg of the cyanocobalamin form of B-12. It then needs to be converted to methylcobalamin before it can be used by the body. The absorbtion of B-12 is a serious problem with oral supplementation. For example, taking 500 mcg of vitamin B-12 can result in as little as 1.8 mcg that will be absorbed into the body. That is 99% waste! "

  3. I just ordered the B-Complex and I cannot wait to get it! I know I will feel a difference, as I do with all of your vitamins. It’s kind of a funny thing when I think of how every meal I eat is accompanied by AL vitamins! Thanks to you Andrew, my hair is finally growing, my joints feel healthier, and my overall health is just better. 😉

    1. Yes, Em, that is another solid argument. I think I can understand somewhat, the feeling of having your life used as enreattinment for people who might not really understand the true issues surrounding the struggles. I do get that. Which is why, when I get to writing about a situation like that I get someone who *has* gone through it to help me get it right.

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