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Black Friday deal B12 supplements £6.89 @ Holland and Barrett
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Posted 21st Nov 2019

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Fab deal I use these regularly and they do make me deal more energised.

they also get really good reviews!
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have added heat because the deal is technically good BUT if you think you are deficient in B12 and/or have the symptoms please just go and ask your GP for the bloodtest instead. Lots of people are not able to absorb b12 via the digestive tract at all so if you are on of those unlucky people ( welcome to the club) then these will do nothing, and are a total waste of money, you will be urinating them down the toilet.

If you are severely deficient in b12 you are entitled to injections on the NHS as this is the only way to get it into the system for people with things like pernicious anaemia, or potentially those of you who take PPI's (indigestion/ acid reflux remedies) long term, or have certain gastric issues. B12 deficiency if left can cause permanent nerve damage ( again, welcome to the club) so see the GP first and get the test done. If your primary symptom is fatigue, get your thyroid and vit D tested while you're there!
this is low quality B12, you should really try getting methylcobalamin rather than cyanocobalamin (synthetic).
Your GP will give you an injection every 6 to 8 week's free on the NHS if you need B12.
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Your GP will give you an injection every 6 to 8 week's free on the NHS if you need B12.
@Kirstyt1991 how many do you take a day? It says to take 1-6 tablets a day.
I take one so the bottle lasts me over 9 months 😬😬😬
Buy injectable from Germany if you want any actual benefit.
HotUKDealSeeker21/11/2019 19:05

@Kirstyt1991 how many do you take a day? It says to take 1-6 tablets a …@Kirstyt1991 how many do you take a day? It says to take 1-6 tablets a day.


It depends on your weight/age etc.
Thanks, I just ordered and found I had a £1.75 voucher I'd forgotten about
Kirstyt199121/11/2019 19:12

I take one so the bottle lasts me over 9 months 😬😬😬


I’ve been talking one since Monday. Still feeling lethargic zzZzz
Started taking 2 today
Takes a couple of weeks to take affect I take them alongside iron and vitamin c tabs which are also on offer at the moment 1.64 for 30
this is low quality B12, you should really try getting methylcobalamin rather than cyanocobalamin (synthetic).
Look for the sublingual type to get any real benefit.
If you have Pernicious anemia they are pointless ..
They work for me so I must be one of the lucky ones
have added heat because the deal is technically good BUT if you think you are deficient in B12 and/or have the symptoms please just go and ask your GP for the bloodtest instead. Lots of people are not able to absorb b12 via the digestive tract at all so if you are on of those unlucky people ( welcome to the club) then these will do nothing, and are a total waste of money, you will be urinating them down the toilet.

If you are severely deficient in b12 you are entitled to injections on the NHS as this is the only way to get it into the system for people with things like pernicious anaemia, or potentially those of you who take PPI's (indigestion/ acid reflux remedies) long term, or have certain gastric issues. B12 deficiency if left can cause permanent nerve damage ( again, welcome to the club) so see the GP first and get the test done. If your primary symptom is fatigue, get your thyroid and vit D tested while you're there!
These are good if you are vegan or eat a low b12 diet, but if your body cannot store b12 itself they are a waste of money as you will need injections.
Supplements (tablets) are my only source of B12 and have been for the past 5 years. I get annual blood tests and it's always been in the normal range. They work well.
In cyanocobalamin form - not very bio available, bargain basement B12. If you have a deficiency I'd strongly recommend looking for methyl cobalamin, look for a brand like Igennus Healthcare on Amazon
missjmc21/11/2019 20:58

have added heat because the deal is technically good BUT if you think you …have added heat because the deal is technically good BUT if you think you are deficient in B12 and/or have the symptoms please just go and ask your GP for the bloodtest instead. Lots of people are not able to absorb b12 via the digestive tract at all so if you are on of those unlucky people ( welcome to the club) then these will do nothing, and are a total waste of money, you will be urinating them down the toilet. If you are severely deficient in b12 you are entitled to injections on the NHS as this is the only way to get it into the system for people with things like pernicious anaemia, or potentially those of you who take PPI's (indigestion/ acid reflux remedies) long term, or have certain gastric issues. B12 deficiency if left can cause permanent nerve damage ( again, welcome to the club) so see the GP first and get the test done. If your primary symptom is fatigue, get your thyroid and vit D tested while you're there!


Thank you for saying this! My mum has severe PA and is always trying to get people to go get tested if they have any of the symptoms rather than just taking supplements. Better to be caught before the long term effects set in. Sad to see you’re also in the club but hope you have good days sometimes x
Vegans are deficient in B12 and Choline. But I would prefer B Complex tablet than just B12 vitamin alone . Many foods are already fortified with it . Excess of fat soluble vitamins like A &D can be toxic as well.
missjmc21/11/2019 20:58

have added heat because the deal is technically good BUT if you think you …have added heat because the deal is technically good BUT if you think you are deficient in B12 and/or have the symptoms please just go and ask your GP for the bloodtest instead. Lots of people are not able to absorb b12 via the digestive tract at all so if you are on of those unlucky people ( welcome to the club) then these will do nothing, and are a total waste of money, you will be urinating them down the toilet. If you are severely deficient in b12 you are entitled to injections on the NHS as this is the only way to get it into the system for people with things like pernicious anaemia, or potentially those of you who take PPI's (indigestion/ acid reflux remedies) long term, or have certain gastric issues. B12 deficiency if left can cause permanent nerve damage ( again, welcome to the club) so see the GP first and get the test done. If your primary symptom is fatigue, get your thyroid and vit D tested while you're there!


Thank you for the detail, much appreciated.
HnB supplement are filled with bulking agents read the label.
I have severe b12 deficiency and have to have injections every 8 weeks. They wont make them anymore frequent than that so i have to supplement too. I take a 1000ug methylcobalamin tablet aswell which combined with the injection helps keeps my symptoms fairly under control. Not a nice deficiency to have.
If anyone thinks they have this problem they must get diagnosed as it can cause permanent nerve and neurological damage.
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