B12 1 000 mcg - cyanocobalamin - 60 veg caps for CA17.38
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B12 1 000 mcg - cyanocobalamin - 60 veg caps

Helps to decrease and normalize the homocysteine levels

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Sisu Vitamin B12 with pure cyancobalamin supports red blood cell formulation. Together with vitamin B6 and folic acid, vitamin B12 helps control homocysteine levels in the body. High levels of homocysteine are associated with cardiovascular disease, pregnancy complications, neurological disorders and osteoporosis. Vitamin B12 supplementation may be particularly beneficial for vegetarians, vegans, and people suffering from age-related degenerative conditions.

Benefits

Pure cyanocobalamin

Supports red blood cell formation

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Number of Caps
60
indication
No GMO
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emballage 60vcaps
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About SISU

SISU’s corporate headquarters are located in Burnaby, BC, Canada. Currently, SISU has 50 employees, including a full-time National Sales Team. The corporate headquarters in Burnaby accommodate a New Product Development team as well as Marketing, Quality Control, and Research and Development departments. From warehouses in Burnaby and Montreal, SISU distributes to over 1400 Canadian Health Supplement Retailers.

Sisu means “inner strength”

The word "sisu," (pronounced see-sue), can be loosely translated from Finnish as "strength and stubborn determination" combined with "stamina and courage" - especially when overcoming obstacles. At SISU, this definition appropriately explains our devotion to the design and development of premium vitamins and supplements. It also speaks to those who take assertive command of their health and wellness - people like our customers. SISU can help you release your inner strength™.

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To foster an environment where dedicated people produce premium products and promote good health.

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