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B12 & Slim Shots


The Benefits of Vitamin B-12*

  • Boost Energy
  • Increased Stamina
  • Better Mood
  • Deeper Sleep
  • Faster Metabolism
  • Stronger Immune System

Fat Burner Shots

  • Contains B-12
  • Contains 3 Amino Acids
  • Enhances Liver Function
  • Enhances Gallbladder Function
  • Decreases Fat deposits

Many forms of B-12 exist, Soza Clinic only offers the all natural form, please read the difference below and do your research.  Soza only offers methylcobalamin B12!  No synthetic B12 with Soza!

Please make sure you understand the vitamins and supplements before taking them.

What is Cyanocobalamin?

Cyanocobalamin is the most commonly supplemented form of vitamin B12, but you might be surprised to discover that this form of vitamin B12 does not actually occur in plants or animal tissues. In other words, outside of the chemically synthesized cyanocobalamin that you encounter as B12 in most vitamin supplements, you would be extremely hard pressed to find this compound in nature (in fact you would not be able to find it). As the name implies, cyanocobalamin contains a cyanide molecule. Most people are familiar with cyanide as a poisonous substance. Although the amount of cyanide in a normal B12 supplement is small and from a toxicology point, viewed as insignificant, your body may still need to remove and eliminate this compound. This removal is accomplished through your detoxification systems with substances like glutathione being very important for the elimination of the cyanide.

The Coenzyme Forms of B12

Another available form of B12 that offers significant advantages over cyanocobalamin is called methylcobalamin This form of B12 is called a coenzyme form of B12 and is believed to be a much more active form of the vitamin. In addition to the methylcobalamin coenzyme form, B12 is also available in another coenzyme form, which is most commonly called “adenosylcobalamin”. The adenosylcobalamin form of B12 is also occasionally called cobamamide or dibencozide. Although methylcobalamin and adenosylcobalamin are both considered to be active forms of B12, they do appear to offer slightly different health advantages. We will discuss those; however, before beginning this discussion it is important to make a distinction between an enzyme and a vitamin, so that you may be able to appreciate the advantage that coenzyme forms of vitamins can offer.