Greatest Daily Energy Booster
Since the Discovery of Coffee”
The odds are good you are deficient in this "energy vitamin" discovered by natural doctors.
Vitamin B12 is known as the “energy
vitamin,” and it is essential for many critical functions in your
body, including energy production, supporting your immune system, and
helping to regulate the formation of red blood cells.*
Recent studies from the US Framingham trial show that one in four adults
in the US are deficient in this vitally important nutrient and nearly
half of the population has suboptimal blood levels.
Vitamin B12 is present only in
animal sources of food--which is one of the reasons I advise against
being a strict vegetarian or a vegan. This deficiency can result in
less than optimal nervous system function, a tendency toward nervousness,
and even less-than-optimal eye health.*
How You Get Vitamin B12 Deficient
The older you get the more likely you
are to have a vitamin B12 deficiency. The two ways that you become deficient
in vitamin B12 are from not getting enough in your diet and from losing
the ability to absorb it.
I recently visited India which is primarily
a vegetarian based culture and current studies there show about 80%
of the adults are deficient in vitamin B12. However, vegans are not
the only ones who can become vitamin B12 deficient.
The older you get the more your digestive
system breaks down, especially if you have been following the standard
American diet. Specifically the lining of your stomach gradually loses
its ability to produce hydrochloric acid which releases vitamin B 12
from your food. The use of antacids or anti ulcer drugs will also lower
your stomach acid secretion and decrease your ability to absorb vitamin
B 12. Infection with Helicobactor pylori, a common contributor to stomach
ulcers, can also result in vitamin B12 deficiency.
However the main cause of vitamin B 12
deficiency is a term researchers call food-cobalamin malabsorption syndrome.
Cobalamin is the scientific term for vitamin B12. This typically results
when your stomach lining loses its ability to produce intrinsic factor
which is a protein that binds to vitamin B12 and allows your body to
absorb it at the end of your small intestine.
Figure 1. Cobalamin (cbl) absorption
and metabolic pathway. (A) Structure of cobalamin (vitamin B12) with
a corrin ring bound to a central cobalt atom. (B) The metabolic journey
of cbl from nutrient intake to its intestinal absorption. Endocytic
receptors and proteins responsible for vitamin B12 intestinal absorption
include cubilin (CUBN), amnionless (AMN), receptor-associated protein
(RAP) and megalin (LRP-2). The membrane megalin/transcobalamin II (TCII)
receptor complex allows the cellular uptake of cbl. Lysosomal-mediated
degradation of TCII and subsequent release of free cbl is essential
for vitamin B12 metabolic functions. MS: methonine synthase; THF: tetrahydrofolate;
MTHFR: methyltetrahydrofolate reductase; MCM: methylmalonyl coA mutase.
NEW Form of
Vitamin B-12 Not Found in Most Health
Food and Vitamin Stores
If you often feel tired, run-down, and lacking in
energy, you're not alone. Low energy is one of our country's biggest
Some of the top reasons for this are:
Refined foods sold in grocery stores
are depleted of vital nutrients...
Refined foods are loaded with sugar...
Refined foods are full of chemicals...
Refined foods are overloaded with food colorings; and...
Refined foods are loaded with preservatives...
...but it doesn't stop there, either.
Add the harmful effects of caffeine,
pollution, conventional therapies, and the stress most of us experience
everyday... and you've got yourself a recipe for energy drain.
Well, I'm here to tell you there's a
new way to give yourself extra energy.* Actually, a cutting edge way
to feel more energized -- without the jitteriness of caffeine.* More
on this in a moment.
Now, of course, powering up with
extra energy is just one of B-12's many health benefits*. So...
What Critical Health Benefits Does
this Vitamin Bring to the Table?
For starters, vitamin B-12 helps folic acid regulate the formation of
red blood cells, and helps your body use iron*.
In addition, it is also needed for proper
digestion, food absorption, carbohydrate and fat metabolism.* It also
helps keep your nervous system healthy by assisting the nerves of your
body to function and communicate in an optimal manner.*
But that's not all...far from it!
B-12 also helps in cell formation and
cellular longevity.* Plus, it can support female reproductive health,
and promote normal nerve growth and development by maintaining the fatty
sheaths.* These fatty sheaths play a vital role as they cover and protect
your nerve endings.*
What's more, this workhorse of
a micronutrient is critical to your circulation and adrenal hormone
production -- plus, it helps boost your immunity.* And, oh
yes, let's not forget...
Vitamin B-12 supports a healthy mood
and feelings of well-being.* And then there's this -- it also provides
excellent support for your memory, mental clarity, and concentration.*
Aside from using B-12 to give you an
energy boost, when does it also make sense to supplement with this all-important
vitamin? Well, there are several good reasons to take vitamin B-12
And the first reason to take it
is if you are a carb type or a strict vegetarian.
If You Avoid Meat, You Probably Need
to Take B-12
Many people avoid red meats for a large variety of reasons. If you are
one of them, you are at a high risk for developing vitamin B-12 deficiency.
Why? Because plant sources have virtually no vitamin B-12. And oral
forms of B-12 in nearly all supplements are practically useless, as
little is absorbed into your bloodstream.
Vegetarians should take this essential
micronutrient to ensure an adequate supply of it, because it is found
almost exclusively in animal tissues. And, the few plant foods that
are sources of B-12 are actually B-12 analogs -- not the form that provides
all the benefits of the real deal.
Simply put, an analog is a substance
that blocks the uptake of true B-12. The result being, your
body's need for the nutrient actually increases.
Studies suggest that 10% to 30% of patients
taking Metformin show evidence of reduced vitamin B-12 absorption. That's
why it is important to speak with your doctor to discuss the best way
to maintain B-12 levels when taking this medication.
Now, if getting a good night's sleep
has also become increasingly more difficult for you, here's...
What Your Sleeping Difficulties May Be Trying
to Tell You!
If you suffer from sleeping difficulties, I recommend
taking vitamin B-12 during the day. I believe it can help you.* Here's
B-12 plays a vital role in melatonin
production.* Melatonin has been called "the sleep hormone"
because it is responsible for letting you get a good night's sleep.
As you age, it becomes increasingly more
difficult to get a good night's sleep because your body becomes less
efficient at making this hormone. And that's why it's a good idea to
take B-12 to help you sleep like a baby each night.*
Moreover, a lack of adequate B-12
can have other annoying consequences too.
Do You or a Loved One Experience Any
of the Following?
Not many know it, but if you or a family member experience:
Tiredness and feelings of weakness...*
Less-than-optimal nervous system functioning...* Less-than-optimal eye health...*
Loss of appetite and unintended weight loss...* Occasional constipation and gas...*
Feelings of mild moodiness...* Less-than-optimal memory...*
A tendency toward nervousness...* Less-than-optimal balance...*
Less-than-optimal liver or heart health...* Premature grey hair...
Occasional digestive issues...
...you may need to supplement with vitamin B-12, even if you eat foods
rich in B-12. Oddly enough, that wasn't a typo.
You can eat plenty of meat, poultry,
lamb's liver, brewer's yeast, clams, eggs, herring, mackerel, kidneys,
milk, dairy products, or seafood -- and still have low levels of B-12.
How can that be?
It could be because your body is unable
to absorb it from your gut. You see B-12 needs the help of a protein
in order to be absorbed. That protein is called intrinsic factor. And
because the lining of your stomach makes intrinsic factor, people with
less-than-optimal gastrointestinal health often need to supplement with
Likewise, most people over the
age of 50 have a limited ability to absorb B-12, too. Thus,
the need for supplementation
With that said, the form of vitamin B-12
I'm recommending does NOT come as a pill, tablet, capsule, gelcap, or
Amazingly, it's B-12 in a spray.
A modern marvel that I believe gives most people far
better results than anything else. The name of this new product is B-12
Energy Booster.* And it's only available here on Mercola.com.
Now, here's the question you may be asking at this point:
"How can something as simple as a spray
work so much better than a pill, tablet, or capsule?"
In a nutshell, I came across an American company
that uses Nano technology. This breakthrough technology uses a patented
NanoMist® delivery system that shrinks the size of the B-12
molecule all the way down to microscopic nanodroplets™.
How does this benefit you?
Quite simply, the B-12 in B-12
Energy Booster comes in an easily absorbed form your body can
It turns out that this fine-mist spray
formula you spray into your mouth causes the essential nutrients to
become absorbed rapidly. .*
As a result, it delivers more
of this product's nutrients to your circulatory system, tissues and
cells quickly.* And that's not all...
The tiny nanodroplets™ in each
fast-acting spray are designed to release the B-12 vitamin within a
steady, time-controlled manner. This ensures a longer-term benefit from
each single dose, boosting efficiency even further.
Needless to say, when you combine B-12
Energy Booster's* time-release mechanism with its rapid, uniform
and complete absorption, you get one incredible product. A product that,
in my opinion, is clearly superior to any B-12 pill, tablet, capsule,
gelcap, or liquid on the market today.
Remember -- only a small fraction
of this crucial vitamin gets absorbed through your gut when you take
it in a pill, tablet, capsule, or gelcap.
Let's take that a step further and shed some light on multivitamins
you may find shocking...
Here's the REAL TRUTH about the B-12
in Most Multivitamins:
It all boils down to this...
Most of them contain 100-200 micrograms
of B-12. But, if you actually took 500 micrograms of B-12, you'd get
an absorption of about 1.8 micrograms. Let me repeat, only 1.8
out of a total of 500 micrograms. That's an absorption rate
of only one third of one percent! But, that's only half of the story.
The late Victor Herbert, a renowned B-12
researcher, said that many multivitamin products on the market
today contain dangerous B-12 analogs.
In other words, analogs get created when
crystalline B-12 interacts with other nutrients in multivitamin products,
such as vitamin C, iron and copper -- increasing your body's need for
B-12. Does the company selling the multivitamin tell you this vital
bit of information? Probably not!
Truth be told, most multi-vitamins
sold today are a complete waste of money when it comes to their B-12
quality and performance. Now listen up:
Each bottle of B-12 Energy Booster
delivers a serving size (1,200 micrograms) of 6 sprays
per day. And you get approximately 205 metered sprays in each container.
Because this ends up being a 34 day supply, you actually receive a nice
bonus of 4 additional days!
How can you beat that? And that's just
the beginning. Another nice feature of B-12 Energy Booster*
is that it...
Comes in a Tasty Natural Spearmint
And in addition to tasting great, it's absolutely FREE of...
Better yet, it's also FREE of artificial flavors, color, synthetics,
binders, fillers, wax, shellac, talcum and animal gelatin.
The bottom line is that our B-12
Energy Booster is stimulant-free, contains only natural ingredients,
and tastes great! Best of all, it's packaged in a convenient pre-metered,
non-aerosol container that easily fits in your purse or pocket.
Last but not least, it...
Costs Far Less Than a Cup of Even
By now, you're probably wondering how much B-12 Energy Booster
costs. I'm happy to tell you the price is very reasonable.
A 34-day supply normally costs just $19.97
-- an excellent value when you consider all the health-promoting and
energy-boosting benefits you get*. But as part of a special introductory
offer, you don't have to pay the regular price. You can get
a full 34-day supply for only $17.87. That's just 52 cents a day
-- far less than that cup of caffeine-loaded coffee (and you know that
caffeine is certainly not a smart solution to give you more energy).
Why am I being so generous?
Because I know how much you can benefit
from this breakthrough product, and I want to give you every incentive
to get started right away. And whether you order one, two, three or
more B-12 Energy Boosters for yourself and loved ones,
you're completely protected by my...
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No doubt about it, B-12 Energy Booster*
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and improve overall health and well-being*..
In fact, I'm so sure you'll be delighted
with it that I'm offering the following unconditional guarantee.
If you're unsatisfied with B-12
Energy Booster for any reason at all, simply let me know anytime.
Yes, you read that right. Anytime. And, of course, I will give you a
prompt, courteous refund of every penny you paid. No questions asked.
How can I make such a bold guarantee?
It's simple: I'm betting that once you start using it, you'll feel so
good; you'll never want to be without it again.
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