- Provides the complete range of B vitamins in the active, coenzymed form.
- They are five times more active which allows for a faster action in the body.
- Available in sublingual tablets for rapid absorption.
Coenzymated B Formula provides the complete range of B vitamins in the active, coenzymed form biologically identical to that used by the body.
The liver converts B vitamins into a coenzyme form to make them biologically active. The need for such a conversion in the body means they are not immediately available, and that metabolic energy must be used to perform this conversion. For most healthy, young individuals, this conversion of synthetic B vitamins into coenzymated vitamins does not present a problem. However, in older, ill or nutritionally deficient people, the conversion is not so easy: thus supplementing with non-coenzymated B vitamins often has little effect.
B vitamins in Coenzymated B Formula are already in their active form, a great advantage that is now available to buy at Supersmart. Once absorbed, they go directly to where they are needed without the need for metabolism by the liver, which means they can act faster.
Coenzymated forms of vitamin B are up to five times more biologically active than other forms. Its sublingual tablets are absorbed rapidly into the highly capillarised tissues found in the cheeks and under the tongue and therefore enter the bloodstream intact, without the risk of being degraded or diminished by the digestive system. The combination of these two benefits - the coenzymated form and the sublingual tablet delivery - makes it highly bioavailable.
Buy Coenzymated B Formula today to benefit from the quicker action of active vitamin B.
|Daily dose : 2 tablets
Number of doses per box : 15
|Amount per dose|
|Vitamine B3 (35 mg inositol hexa nicotinate + 30 mg niacinamide ascorbate)||130 mg|
|Choline bitartrate||100 mg|
|Flavin mononuclotide (conenzymated vitamin B2)||100 mg|
|D calcium pantothenate (vitamin B5)||80 mg|
|Pyridoxal-5-phosphate (conenzymated vitamin B6)||60 mg|
|Cocarboxylase (coenzymated vitamin B1)||50 mg|
|Benfotiamine (fat-soluble vitamin B1 derivative)||50 mg|
|NADH (nicotinamide adenine dinucleotide)||13,2 mg|
|Biotin (vitamin B8)||10 mg|
|Dibencozide (coenzymated vitamin B12)||1 mg|
|Methylcobalamin (a specific form of vitamin B12)||1 mg|
|Folinic acid (from 0.648 mg of calcium folinate)||0,6 mg|
|Other ingredients : Acacia gum, sorbitol, mint essential oil, sucralose.|
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