Source Naturals, Coenzymated Vitamin B 2, 25mg, 60 Sublingual
UPC Code: 021078009351
The Benefits of Coenzymated Sublingual Vitamins
In order for vitamins to be utilized by the body, they must first be converted into their active coenzyme forms. Coenzymated B-2 sublingual goes directly into the bloodstream in its active form, ready to go to work immediately. This avoids the loss that may occur not only during digestion, but during the liver's conversion process as well. Flavin mononucleotide (FMN), also called riboflavin phosphate, is one of the two metabolically active coenzyme forms of vitamin B-2. FMN is itself the predecessor for the other B-2 coenzyme, FAD. FMN is involved in a wide array of enzymes and has many roles in energy production from our food, as well as bio-converting B-6 to its coenzyme form.
1 tablet daily. Place tablet under the tongue and allow to dissolve slowly, altering the position of the tablet to avoid prolonged contact with the same area.
Riboflavin (from 25 mg flavin mononucleotide [Coenzymated]) - 18 mg
Other Ingredients: glucitol, mannose (reduced), natural peppermint flavor, and magnesium stearate.
About Source Naturals
Source Naturals was created in 1982 to support each individual's potential to enjoy optimal health. Source Naturals' comprehensive Bio-Aligned Formulas help bring the power of alignment to your body. When formulating, we evaluate the underlying causes of system imbalances, and then provide targeted nutrition to interdependent body systems. Our line of more than 600 products also includes well-researched, single entity nutrients in their highest quality and most bioavailable forms.
Do not use if pregnant or nursing. Keep out of reach of children. Please consult your health care provider if currently under care or treatment. Do not exceed recommended serving. See product packaging for additional safety information.
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