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Holland & Barrett High Strength Slow Release Vitamin B12 1000ug 120 Tablets

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Our daily timed-release vitamin B12 supplements will help to reduce tiredness and fatigue.

B12 is one of the most important vitamins for a normal and healthy energy-yielding metabolism; it’s also essential for psychological function, maintaining a healthy nervous system and reducing tiredness and fatigue.


  • Reduces Tiredness & Fatigue
  • Maintains a Healthy Nervous System
  • Supports Psychological Function
  • Suitable for Vegetarians & Vegans

The product description information listed above is indicative only and sourced from the product manufacturer and/or supplier. It may be possible that the product information is incomplete or inaccurate in certain respects. It is therefore recommended that you use the product description information as a guide, but that you verify the more detailed information in relation to the product upon physical receipt. This would include information on matters such as proper application, potential side-effects, ingrediants and any application/usage guidelines or warning. In the event you have any queries or concerns in relation to the product please contact one of our pharmacists in store or call 800BINSINA for more advice

  • Take one tablet daily (preferably with a meal). Do not exceed stated dose.

  • B12 supports and maintains your energy levels; a good level of B12 will help prevent tiredness and fatigue.


  • Our bodies need vitamin B12 to manufacture red blood cells, allowing the body to provide oxygen to body tissues.


  • Sufficient levels of B12 help support general good health, including the immune system and the process of cell division


Vitamin B12 naturally occurs in animal products, like meat and dairy, and can also be found in fortified vegan foods like plant milks, faux-meats, breakfast cereals and yeast extracts. Long-term vegans who avoid fortified products are at a particularly high risk of deficiency and should take supplements to make up for this.

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