Vitamin B-12, also known as cobalamin, is a water-soluble vitamin involved in metabolism.
B12 is required by humans to use as a cofactor in DNA synthesis in both fatty acid and amino acid metabolism. B12 assists in maintaining a healthy nervous system, circulatory system, red blood cell formation, cell metabolism and immunity. Most people get enough vitamin B-12 from a balanced diet such as eggs and red meat. However, older adults, vegetarians, vegans, and people who have conditions that affect their ability to absorb vitamin B-12 from foods, might benefit from the use of oral supplements or shots. Vitamin B-12 supplements also are recommended for women who are pregnant or breastfeeding exclusively and follow vegetarian or vegan diets.
This is a detailed evaluation of why dissolvable vitamins are overall a better choice over swallowed vitamins with unnecessary additives, preservatives, and coatings. The vitamin industry is forming a TANK around the vitamin to protect it against the stomach acids and not to protect or benefit you. The concept of bypassing the stomach by changing the route of absorption from swallowing the vitamin to under the tongue placement is the main advantage that we present in today’s blog.
The industrial scale production of vitamins has been evolving over the century and it is extremely complex and difficult process. We shall touch upon the different tablet coating processes in this blog and the advantage we feel Frunutta Micro Quick Soft Molded tablets offer over the more traditional vitamin coatings. There are two principal methods of coating tablet: sugar coating and film coating. Both have advantages and disadvantages, and both coatings consist of a sugar or cellulose based binder, plasticizer, film forming agent and colorant.
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