From Methylation to Mitochondria: An Update on the Functions, Forms and Personalized Application of Vitamin B12
Vitamin B12 is a critical cofactor in methylation reactions and mitochondrial bioenergetics, with broad clinical relevance in neurocognitive health, metabolism, muscle function and healthy aging.‡ Responses to supplementation vary because of genetic and physiological factors affecting absorption, transport and metabolism. In this webinar, you will learn how to optimize vitamin B12 based on individual needs and health goals.
1. Recognize methylation and mitochondrial function as key mechanisms behind the health benefits of vitamin B12‡
2. Learn how to assess B12 status, recognizing key distinctions between serum levels, methylmalonic acid and 4 different genetic markers
3. Understand the major differences between methyl-, adenosyl- and hydroxycobalamin, and how to select the right form and dosing protocol to meet individual needs