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Product Code: ML FMB12

Put some pep in your step! These perfectly pink lozenges pack a powerful punch of natural instantaneous energy when you need it most - allowing you to push through whatever may get in your way.
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This product helps to:

• Boost energy naturally
• Encourage healthy cell formation
• Prevent mood swings
• Renew hair, skin and nails

Other Ingredients:

Mannitol, Crospovidone, Vegetable Stearic Acid, Natural Flavor, Contains <2% of: Beet Juice Color, Vegetable Magnesium Stearate.

What is Vitamin B12?

Vitamin B12 helps to stabilize the body’s red blood cells responsible for carrying oxygen to the entire body. It is known to insulate nerve cells and produce cell-restoring DNA to help your body build new, healthy cells.

What are the common symptoms of a Vitamin B12 deficiency?

Depression, numbness of limbs, balance problems, anemia, memory loss, and fatigue are among the common symptoms of a vitamin B12 deficiency.

What type of B12 is in the M’lis Vitamin B12?

Methyl Cobalamin

What can I do to make my Vitamin B12 lozenge dissolve quickly?

Chew the lozenge slightly and place it under the tongue for optimal absorption.

What does M’lis B12 taste like?

VITAMIN B12 has a natural berry flavor.
For an instantaneous kick in the pants, one lozenge will help push you towards a boost of consistent energy through adrenal strength. Chew twice, then place under tongue for 30 seconds and dissolve before swallowing.
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David From Salt Lake City, UT
Energy Booster
April 3, 2018
Love the M'lis B12, helps keep me going day in and day out when I"m hiking all over the place.
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