STS Methylcobalamin B 12 Review
What You Should Know
STS Methylcobalamin B 12 is a B vitamin supplement. The lozenges are dissolved under the tongue for a quick boost of energy. Vitamin B 12 takes part in many body functions, but the one most weight loss supplements are aiming for is energy production and cell metabolism. STS lists a complete ingredient list for all supplements and supports direct ordering. Consumers can contact the company with questions about a product or order, but no testimonials are available.
List of Ingredients
5000 mcg Vitamin B 12 (Cyanocobalamin and Methylcobalamin).
Vitamin B 12 is one of the most common ingredients in weight loss products. The B vitamin is supplemented for extra energy, included in sports drinks and injected by men and women who have undergone weight loss surgery.
The effects of Vitamin B 12 lozenges like STS Methylcobalamin are minimal. After dissolving under the tongue, the dieter may feel a small boost in energy, but the life (or how long Vitamin B 12 lasts in the body) is only a few hours. Anyone who has taken a multivitamin or B vitamin and noticed yellow urine a short time later is witnessing the B vitamin flushing out of the body.
Injected Vitamin B 12 lasts up to 30 days. The longer active time is due to the fact that injections bypass the digestive system. The B 12 enters the blood stream and cells pick up the vitamin as needed.
STS Methylcobalamin is a lozenge style product that may perk energy for a bit, but the effects are only short-lived. There is no known toxic level of Vitamin B12, so dieters can feel free to take the supplement more than one time per day without feeling the negative side effects of stimulants, including jitters and nausea.
The STS Methylcobalamin version of Vitamin B 12 sells for $16.79 from the official website. We assume there will be shipping and handling added to the order. This is a much higher price than a consumer would pay for the same type of B 12 supplement in a retail store or vitamin shop.
- Consumers can read ingredients directly from the label.
- Vitamin B 12 is generally considered safe for use.
- B 12 may cause a small energy boost.
- The effects of oral Vitamin B 12 are short-lived.
- STS Methylcobalamin is priced higher than other comparable supplements.
We would suggest dieters try Vitamin B 12 for added energy because it is safe. Using the STS Methylcobalamin version is just throwing away money, however. Dieters can find the same product for less than $10 in stores. Vitamin B 12 will not boost fat burn or suppress appetite like other proven fat burners.