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Children's Formula Life Extension Mix ™, 100 chewable tablets

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 Posted 1/11/2014 8:36:56
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hello, why don't LIFE EXTENSION replace cyanocobalamin with methylcobalamin even within the Children's Formula Life Extension Mix ™, 100 chewable tablets?
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 Posted 1/12/2014 11:06:16
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Methylcobalamin is best absorbed sublingually rather than orally, however, your inquiry has been forwarded to Life Extension's Product Development Department for their consideration.

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 Posted 1/12/2014 3:04:49 PM
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If Methylcobalamin is best absorbed sublingually then why did they change LE Mix to
Methylcobalamin?
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 Posted 1/13/2014 5:25:55
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The change was based on member requests.  The Children's Formula could incorporate a similar change in the future, according to product development (your request has been noted by them). 

B12 is best absorbed sublingually or by injection, so my concern is not so much what is in my B complex but what is separately consumed sublingually. 


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