Methylcobalamin is a form of Vitamin B12. Vitamin B12 is an Essential Vitamin or Mineral that is found in foods such as, meat, fish, and dairy products. Vitamin B12 consists of a large structure known as a octahedral cobalt compound, associated with the corrinoid series . This molecule is important with the involvement of the metabolism of cells in the human body. The process occurs through methylation, where a methyl group is essentially donated to other methyl groups in order to reinforce the metabolic process function in cells . This process also catalyses the metabolism of fatty acids, and amino acids .
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1 mg per serving
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