Pack Size: 10 Strips x 10 Tablets (100 Tablets)
Each 250mg Tablet contains:
ADULTS TAKE 1-3 TABLETS, BEFORE MEAL. PREFERBLY TAKEN IN THE MORNING
DOSAGE FORM: TABLET
MAL No: MAL21086029NC
Methylcobalamin is an active form of vitamin B12 that can be absorbed directly. It does not need to be converted from its inactive form Cyanocobalamin.
Cyanocobalamin is a synthetic form of vitamin B12 found only in supplements, while Methylcobalamin is a naturally occurring form that you can get through either food sources or supplements.
Methylcobalamin also has a higher retention rate. It helps in synthesis of methionine and S-adenosylmethionine. It is required for integrity of myelin, neuronal function, proper red blood cell formation and DNA synthesis.
Methylcobalamin is used to treat vitamin B12 deficiency. Vitamin B12 is important for the brain and nerves, and for the production of red blood cells.
Diabetics are advised to supplement themselves with Methylcobalamin as they are most likely to face diabetic nerve damage. Diabetics can develop nerve damage at any time, and the risk increases with age and the duration of diabetes.
Methylcobalamin can help protect against diabetic nerve damage.
Duoleaf Methylcobalamin helps to treat diabetic nerve damage, protect against the degeneration process of the nervous system and regenerate new, healthy nerves.
It alleviates pain behavior in diabetic neuropathy, low back pain, neuralgia and promotes nerve conduction.
Without enough methylcobalamin, myelin sheath does not form properly due to which nerve fibers suffers and people experience irreversible nerve damage.
Low vitamin B12 levels cause a reduction in red blood cell formation and prevent them from developing properly.
Healthy red blood cells are small and round, whereas they become larger and typically oval in cases of vitamin B12 deficiency.
Due to this larger and irregular shape, the red blood cells are unable to move from the bone marrow into the bloodstream at an appropriate rate, causing megaloblastic anemia.
When you’re anemic, your body doesn’t have enough red blood cells to transport oxygen to your vital organs. This can cause symptoms like fatigue and weakness.
People with a vitamin B12 deficiency usually has lower than normal bone mineral density.
Bones with decreased mineral density can become delicate and fragile over time, leading to an increased risk of osteoporosis.
Macular degeneration is an eye disease that mainly affects your central vision.
Maintaining adequate levels of vitamin B12 may help prevent the risk of age-related macular degeneration.
Vitamin B12’s helps in promoting vision health and preventing macular degeneration.
Preventing brain atrophy – which is the loss of neurons in the brain and often associated with memory loss or dementia.
Methylcobalamin aids in neuronal lipid production, axonal nerve regeneration, and has a neuro protective activity that enables neurons to function properly, thus strengthening Alzheimer’s disease, Parkinson’s disease, dementia, and neuropathic syndromes.
Given vitamin B12’s role in cell production, adequate levels of this vitamin are needed to promote healthy hair, skin and nails
|Vitamin B12 Deficiency||Symptoms|
(Red Blood Cell Impairment)
|Fatigue, dizziness, paleness and rapid heart rate.|
|Tingling, numbness, weakness, and balance problems.|
(Spinal Cord Impairment)
|Sensory issues, numbness, tingling sensations|
(Impaired ability to remember, think, or make everyday decisions)
|Cognitive decline and behavioral changes|