Difference Between Mecobalamin And Methylcobalamin

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Adarsh Says:
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Please explain the mechanism of action on human body of mecobalamin and methylcobalamin



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Verwon Says:

Hello, Adarsh! How are you?

Both of these are names for vitamin B 12, which is essential to your overall health, as well as nerve health and function.

The U.S. FDA warns that some of them may cause nausea, if they are very potent.

Is there anything else I can help with?

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