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Hydroxy B12 Hydroxy B12

AOR Hydroxy B12 is a dietary supplement containing B12 in the active form of hydroxocobalamin. The preparation is in the form of comfortable lozenges, thanks to which the absorption of the active substance is faster and more efficient.

Hydroxocobalamin is a natural, biologically active form of vitamin B12 that can be used by the organism the most efficiently. Other forms, including the one used the most often in supplementation, cyanocobalamin, have to go through the complicated process of conversion into hydroxocobalamin in the organism. Using vitamin B12 in its ready form of hydroxocobalamin allows the organism to skip that stage. Moreover, hydroxocobalamin easily binds with toxic cyanides and helps to dispose of them from the organism.

The preparation is recommended for supplementing deficiencies and maintaining the right level of vitamin B12 in the system. It should prove particularly interesting for people with methylation disorders (especially resulting from MTHFR polymorphism) and elevated homocysteine levels. Supplementation is also recommended for vegans, vegetarians, and seniors, as those groups are the most susceptible to cobalamin deficiencies.

Vitamin B12 is one of the most important vitamins of the B complex. Because it contains cobalt, it is sometimes called cobalamin or “the red vitamin”. It is engaged in many biochemical processes in the organism, responsible for protein, fat and carbohydrate metabolism, and necessary for the health of the nervous and circulatory systems.

Vitamin B12 is water-soluble, and its absorption is a rather complicated process. It is estimated that as much as 70 per cent of cobalamin deficiencies is caused by malabsorption or distorted assimilation typical particularly of elderly people. The risk groups of vitamin B12 deficiencies are also vegans and vegetarians, who exclude products of animal origin, the main source of cobalamin, from their diet.

Haematopoietic properties 
Cobalamin participates in the two most important processes – haematopoiesis (blood production), and erythropoiesis (the production of red blood cells in bone marrow). By binding with specific glycoprotein, it creates the haematopoietic factor – the element essential for the production of normal blood cells. In the case of cobalamin deficiency, the created erythrocytes are unnaturally big, more fragile and unable to perform their functions.

Insufficient vitamin B12 supply and absorption problems lead to the development of serious diseases – malignant and macrocytic (megalobstastic) anaemia. Malignant anaemia occurs when the organism lacks the compound responsible for binding cobalamin, while megaloblastic anaemia is caused by an insufficient amount of vitamin B12 in the organism.

Homocysteine modulator
Vitamin B12 is essential for normal methylation processes. It works as a cofactor for a large group of enzymes and determines the efficacy of homocysteine conversion to methionine and cysteine. Thanks to that, it prevents the storage of homocysteine in the organism.

Homocysteine, a by-product of methylation, is a significant factor in the pathogenesis of atherosclerosis, brain strokes and cardiac arrests. Scientists suggest that it can also be responsible for cognitive disorders and neurodegenerative diseases (like Alzheimer’s disease).

Effect on the nervous system
Vitamin B12 is responsible for the health of neurons and controls the most important processes that take place in nervous tissue. It’s necessary for the normal production of phospholipids in cell membranes. By keeping cell membranes healthy, it affects neurotransmission.

Vitamin B12 is one of important elements of neurolemmas, which protect nerve cells and participate in signal transmission. Cobalamin deficiencies lead to demyelination, which manifests itself through, for example, the feeling of numbness, tingling, or hyperaesthesia.

Vitamin B12 is engaged in the production of major neurotransmitters, which is why it’s so important for mental health and intellectual capacity. Numerous tests have proven that increasing cobalamin consumption and maintaining its proper levels in the system translates into better memory and normal cognitive functions.

The role of vitamin B12 in preventing depression has been a hot subject recently. It is cobalt that plays the most important role in that aspect – it’s a major element of a cobalamin molecule. Some scientists suggest that maintaining normal cobalt concentration in the system is crucial for preventing depression and mood disorders.

Support for energy metabolism
Vitamin B12 is responsible for normal protein, carbohydrate and fat management in the organism. It affects the production of some amino acids and it’s an essential cofactor in metabolic processes. It also participates in energy production in the mitochondria. It prevents the feeling of fatigue and tiredness, and boosts energy and vitality.

Improved detoxification
Vitamin B12 in the form of hydroxocobalamin supports the process of detoxification and helps with cyanide poisonings. Cyanide poisonings often occur by accident, as a result of inhaling smoke caused by burning plastics. In consequence, there might occur respiratory insufficiency, a stop in blood flow, and death.

Hydroxocobalamin works quickly and efficiently – it binds cyanides from red blood cells and the plasma, and stops them from permeating to tissues. Additionally, hydroxyl groups in hydroxocobalamin are replaced with cyanides. That way, cyanocobalamin is formed – the basic form of vitamin B12 that can be easily removed from the organism.

Hydroxocobalamin in high doses has a long history of intravenous administration in the case of life-threatening cyanide poisonings (for example in industrial disasters). In smaller doses, it improves the process of detoxification and eliminates toxic cyanides from the organism (commonly used in, for example, plant protection products and, as a result, found in food).

To sum up, Hydroxy B12 is the safest way to supplement cobalamin deficiencies. The preparation stands out significantly from other products – it contains a unique, rare form of cobalamin in its optimal dosage. Along with its unique form of administration (lozenges), they create a product with guaranteed highest efficacy and speed. 

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Description
  • Best absorption and fast release
  • Participates in erythropoiesis
  • Beneficial for nervous system
  • Best assimilable form of vitamin B12
  • Supports normal psychological functions
  • Biologically active hydroxocobalamin     
  • Participates in cell division
  • Reduces fatigue and tiredness
  • Improves energy metabolism 
  • Homocysteine modulator
  • Supports detoxification
  • Strengthens immunity
  • High dosage

AOR Hydroxy B12 is a dietary supplement containing B12 in the active form of hydroxocobalamin. The preparation is in the form of comfortable lozenges, thanks to which the absorption of the active substance is faster and more efficient.

Hydroxocobalamin is a natural, biologically active form of vitamin B12 that can be used by the organism the most efficiently. Other forms, including the one used the most often in supplementation, cyanocobalamin, have to go through the complicated process of conversion into hydroxocobalamin in the organism. Using vitamin B12 in its ready form of hydroxocobalamin allows the organism to skip that stage. Moreover, hydroxocobalamin easily binds with toxic cyanides and helps to dispose of them from the organism.

The preparation is recommended for supplementing deficiencies and maintaining the right level of vitamin B12 in the system. It should prove particularly interesting for people with methylation disorders (especially resulting from MTHFR polymorphism) and elevated homocysteine levels. Supplementation is also recommended for vegans, vegetarians, and seniors, as those groups are the most susceptible to cobalamin deficiencies.

Vitamin B12 is one of the most important vitamins of the B complex. Because it contains cobalt, it is sometimes called cobalamin or “the red vitamin”. It is engaged in many biochemical processes in the organism, responsible for protein, fat and carbohydrate metabolism, and necessary for the health of the nervous and circulatory systems.

Vitamin B12 is water-soluble, and its absorption is a rather complicated process. It is estimated that as much as 70 per cent of cobalamin deficiencies is caused by malabsorption or distorted assimilation typical particularly of elderly people. The risk groups of vitamin B12 deficiencies are also vegans and vegetarians, who exclude products of animal origin, the main source of cobalamin, from their diet.

Haematopoietic properties 
Cobalamin participates in the two most important processes – haematopoiesis (blood production), and erythropoiesis (the production of red blood cells in bone marrow). By binding with specific glycoprotein, it creates the haematopoietic factor – the element essential for the production of normal blood cells. In the case of cobalamin deficiency, the created erythrocytes are unnaturally big, more fragile and unable to perform their functions.

Insufficient vitamin B12 supply and absorption problems lead to the development of serious diseases – malignant and macrocytic (megalobstastic) anaemia. Malignant anaemia occurs when the organism lacks the compound responsible for binding cobalamin, while megaloblastic anaemia is caused by an insufficient amount of vitamin B12 in the organism.

Homocysteine modulator
Vitamin B12 is essential for normal methylation processes. It works as a cofactor for a large group of enzymes and determines the efficacy of homocysteine conversion to methionine and cysteine. Thanks to that, it prevents the storage of homocysteine in the organism.

Homocysteine, a by-product of methylation, is a significant factor in the pathogenesis of atherosclerosis, brain strokes and cardiac arrests. Scientists suggest that it can also be responsible for cognitive disorders and neurodegenerative diseases (like Alzheimer’s disease).

Effect on the nervous system
Vitamin B12 is responsible for the health of neurons and controls the most important processes that take place in nervous tissue. It’s necessary for the normal production of phospholipids in cell membranes. By keeping cell membranes healthy, it affects neurotransmission.

Vitamin B12 is one of important elements of neurolemmas, which protect nerve cells and participate in signal transmission. Cobalamin deficiencies lead to demyelination, which manifests itself through, for example, the feeling of numbness, tingling, or hyperaesthesia.

Vitamin B12 is engaged in the production of major neurotransmitters, which is why it’s so important for mental health and intellectual capacity. Numerous tests have proven that increasing cobalamin consumption and maintaining its proper levels in the system translates into better memory and normal cognitive functions.

The role of vitamin B12 in preventing depression has been a hot subject recently. It is cobalt that plays the most important role in that aspect – it’s a major element of a cobalamin molecule. Some scientists suggest that maintaining normal cobalt concentration in the system is crucial for preventing depression and mood disorders.

Support for energy metabolism
Vitamin B12 is responsible for normal protein, carbohydrate and fat management in the organism. It affects the production of some amino acids and it’s an essential cofactor in metabolic processes. It also participates in energy production in the mitochondria. It prevents the feeling of fatigue and tiredness, and boosts energy and vitality.

Improved detoxification
Vitamin B12 in the form of hydroxocobalamin supports the process of detoxification and helps with cyanide poisonings. Cyanide poisonings often occur by accident, as a result of inhaling smoke caused by burning plastics. In consequence, there might occur respiratory insufficiency, a stop in blood flow, and death.

Hydroxocobalamin works quickly and efficiently – it binds cyanides from red blood cells and the plasma, and stops them from permeating to tissues. Additionally, hydroxyl groups in hydroxocobalamin are replaced with cyanides. That way, cyanocobalamin is formed – the basic form of vitamin B12 that can be easily removed from the organism.

Hydroxocobalamin in high doses has a long history of intravenous administration in the case of life-threatening cyanide poisonings (for example in industrial disasters). In smaller doses, it improves the process of detoxification and eliminates toxic cyanides from the organism (commonly used in, for example, plant protection products and, as a result, found in food).

To sum up, Hydroxy B12 is the safest way to supplement cobalamin deficiencies. The preparation stands out significantly from other products – it contains a unique, rare form of cobalamin in its optimal dosage. Along with its unique form of administration (lozenges), they create a product with guaranteed highest efficacy and speed. 

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Container size: 60 vegetarian lozengesServing size: 1 vegetarian lozengeServings per container: 60
per 1 lozengeamount%DV
Vitamin B12 (as hydroxycobalamin)1000 mcg16,666%

Other ingrednients

Xylitol, sodium stearyl fumarate, microcrystalline cellulose, hyprolose.
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