Daneuron Suitable For Vegetarian?

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Aik Says:

Hi, Is Daneuron , which consists of Vitamin B1, B6 B12 suitable for a vegetarian who does not take eggs, garlic, scallian ,leek achives and animal origin?

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Jenna Says:

Hi Aik,

I believe that supplement should be suitable. However, I actually recommend patch/trans dermal or sublingual versions of supplements because they deliver more of the active ingredients straight into the blood stream- as opposed to getting digested. Also, be sure that the version of B-12 is Methylcobalamin and not Cyanocobalamin. Cyanocobalamin is actually the synthetically derived version of B -12 and is ineffective in some people who lack the enzyme that's needed to digest it. I personally think it's better to have the naturally derived version!

You can learn more about this drug on the page for B vitamin complex

Please post back if you have any more questions!

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