November 2023 Newsletter

What is B Complex and methyl-cobalamin?

Methyl-cobalamin is one of the active forms of the vitamin B12 (cobalamin) which is water soluble vitamin essential for the formation of red blood cells and metabolism of amino acids.

Intramuscular or Intravenous, Our B complex contains B5, B3, B1, B6, B2. This can be added to an IV or given intra muscularly

How does it work on a cellular level?

Methyl-cobalamin is involved in the methylation cycle- essential for DNA, RNA and myelin. It can naturally be found in fish, eggs and dairy and available as a supplement.

At a cellular level, B vitamins serve as coenzymes and are used in biochemical reactions to regulate the cell functions

Functions include, energy metabolism, DNA synthesis, amino acid metabolism and the production of neurotransmitters.

What can B Vitamins do to help with health conditions?

1. Energy metabolism: B vitamins, are essential for energy production through the metabolism of carbohydrates, fats, and proteins.

2. Neurological function: B vitamins are crucial for the nerve function and maintenance of a healthy nervous system.

3. Red blood cell formation: B6 is crucial for the formation of red blood cells and helping to reduce the chances of developing anemia.


1. Reference: Combs, G. F. (Ed.). (2012). The Vitamins: Fundamental Aspects in Nutrition and Health (4th ed.).

2. Reference: Smith, A. D., Smith, S. M., de Jager, C. A., Whitbread, P., Johnston, C., Agacinski, G., … & Refsum, H. (2010).

3 Reference: Toole, J. F., Malinow, M. R., Chambless, L. E., Spence, J. D., Pettigrew, L. C., Howard, V. J., … & Wang, C. H. (2004).

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What is ALA?

ALA, is alpha lipoic acid which is needed for energy metabolism. Antioxidant neutralized harmful free radicals in the body.

Antioxidant properties– helps to protect cells from damage caused by free radicals. Free radicals are unstable molecules which contribute to the aging process and development of various diseases including heart disease and cancer.

Regeneration of other antioxidants- Able to regenerate other antioxidants from vitamins C and E. ALA helps recharges allowing them to continue their oxidant functions.

Energy production- ALAL is involved in energy production with cells- plays an important role in the conversion of glucose into energy.

Chelation of metals– ALA has metal chelating properties meaning it can bind to certain metals of the body and help to eliminate them.