What is the most effective (and convenient)way to get vitamin B12?

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Effective Form of B12: We use the most highly absorbable form of B12 (methylcobalamin).
Science Backed: Multiple independent peer reviewed studies demonstrate high absorbability of inhaled B12.
Affordable: Each diffuser contains 10 times more B12 than a shot, at a lower price.
Convenient: Administer B12 from your own home (or on the go) - no painful needles needed.
 
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“The BOOST is a breakthrough concept for delivering B12.”*

Dr. Amir Shirazi, PharmD, PhD
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“It's one of two things I use before my workouts. It really works.”*

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“I replaced the B12 shots I was getting with BREATHE and I'll never go back.”*

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*The results described might not be typical and will vary based on a variety of factors.
 
 

What Are Vitamin B12 Diffusers & How Do They Work?

Starting in the early 1950s, doctors and scientists have demonstrated that inhalation is a safe and highly effective way to administer B12. This was shown to be true not only in the general population, but also for patients that did not respond to oral supplementation since they lacked the ability to readily absorb it in their stomach. The inhalation of B12 showed positive results for the patients in each trial [1,2,4].

Our Breathe B12 diffusers vaporize B12, allowing consumers to inhale the vitamin daily. B12 is a vitamin that is not affected by heat, and therefore the diffuser does not affect the integrity of the vitamin.

Is daily diffuser inhalation an effective way to absorb B12?

Yes. Studies show that the inhalation of B12 is a highly effective way to receive the necessary amount needed to bring patients out of a vitamin deficient state [1,2,4]. The results of the studies showed that inhaling the vitamins, using several different methods, showed similar results to intramuscular injections. This bioavailable form of B12 makes it a vegan-friendly method for those who choose a vegan or vegetarian diet and want to boost their B12 daily intake.

 

Our own internal research with vitamin B12 diffusers (we tested with cyanocobalamin, but the newer methylcobalamin is even more effective) confirms efficacy with once-a-day use.

The data is strong — it really works! — using Breathe shows extremely rapid B12 absorption into the blood, though individual results may vary. Athletes and others who want to increase their endurance and energy levels have a choice of methods to take B12 including lozenges and sublingual drops, patches, gummy vitamins, nasal sprays, and injections. Make an informed decision about the best B12 supplement for you, but w think the science behind our diffuser/vaporizers is clear upon direct comparison.




Why choose a diffuser over injections or pills?

If injections and diffusers both have superior efficacy relative to pills. So why choose one over the other? The two main differences between these products are convenience and cost.

How much your B12 shots cost varies depending on your dosage, location, insurance, and supply. Not to mention, the cost of doctor visits for a prescription of vitamin B12 vials, and clinic visits for the administration of the shots if you aren’t self-administering the injections.

The Breathe B12 diffuser is a pain-free (and fun!) way to administer the same amount of liquid B12 for a fraction of the cost. For less than $20 per inhaler, you get 30 servings of 333 mcg. Save yourself some time, money and inconvenience, and try out Breathe B12 and enjoy the benefits today.

A Better Way To B ™

Going to get B12 shots can cost hundreds of dollars, not to mention the pain and inconvenience. Each diffuser contains 10 times the amount of B12 you'd find in a shot.

More effective than pills

Studies have shown that inhaling B12 can be 100's of times more effectively absorbed than pills. Read the quoted science journals in our FAQ.

Save money

Each diffuser contains 10 times the amount of B12 you'd find in a shot.

Better for you

Unlike other products, Breathe contains NO nicotine, NO PG, and NO diacetyl.

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3-Packs of Methylated B12 Diffusers

 

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Each of our diffusers contains 30 servings of 333 mcg, or 10,000 mcg total (10 times the amount found in a typical B12 shot).
This is a one-off purchase, NOT a subscription.

This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.

Sources:

  • Shinton, N. K. and Singh, A. K. (1967), Vitamin B12 Absorption by Inhalation. British Journal of Haematology, 13: 75–79. doi:10.1111/j.1365-2141.1967.tb08696.x
  • Smith, F. J., Monto, R. W., & Rebuck, J. W. (1953). B-12 Inhalation Therapy in Pernicious Anemia. Transactions of the American Clinical and Climatological Association, 64, 27–39 https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/
  • Office of Dietary Supplements - Vitamin B12. (n.d.). Retrieved December 08, 2017, from https://ods.od.nih.gov/factsheets/VitaminB12-Consumer/#h6
  • Scarpa, E., Candiotto, L., Sartori, R., Radossi, P., Maschio, N., & Tagariello, G. (2013). Undetected vitamin B12 deficiency due to false normal assay results. Blood Transfusion, 11(4), 627–629. http://doi.org/
  • Pawlak, R., Parrott, S.J., Raj, S., Cullum-Dugan, D., Lucus, D. How prevalent is vitamin B12 deficiency among vegetarians? Nutrition Reviews, 71(2), 110–117, https://doi.org/

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