It is one of the most destructive illnesses in the western world. Yet the symptoms are often grossly overlooked by doctors... and even by ourselves.
What your doctor doesn’t know about Vitamin B12 can hurt you.
If you feel sluggish in the afternoons, light-headed, suffer with brain fog and fatigue… you too may urgently need a B12 boost. 
Your body craves B12 to keep your nerves and cells healthy. 
Yet B12 cannot be made by our bodies alone. And plants don’t make it either. B12 is only naturally available in red meat and fish, where it’s found in abundance.
That means if you’re vegetarian or vegan, you’re almost certainly lacking the right amount of B12 in your body. 
Yet, even if you are supplementing, you may not be getting the full effect either.
Feel sluggish in the afternoon? Still weary after a long night’s sleep? You may be experiencing the first warning signs of B12 deficiency.
Lethargy, fatigue and sluggishness are often the first stage of the deficiency. A deficiency that, in severe cases, can lead all the way to pernicious anaemia — an autoimmune condition where the body effectively attacks itself, destroying intrinsic factor, a protein necessary for the absorption of B12.
As you’ll discover in a moment, B12 deficiency is more commonly associated with faulty absorption as opposed to low intake of the vitamin itself. 
Yes, B12 is essential for your energy levels, yet that’s just the tip of the iceberg. B12 is also crucial for your brain, your heart, your nervous system and so much more.
If you suffer from tingling limbs, fatigue, irritability, bouts of depression, feeling run-down (especially in the afternoon), memory loss, brain fog, lightheadedness… 
What does that mean? It means even if you’re suffering from fatigue, sluggishness in the afternoons, memory loss, brain fog and just a severe lack in energy...
...your doctor may still tell you your B12 levels are ok.
You see, most doctors will only treat you for B12 deficiency if your B12 count is below 150. Yet recent research suggests adequate levels of B12 should be much higher.
Right now, even if you have ‘normal’ levels, you still may need a boost.
Fortunately, one doctor is working to bring awareness to this silent epidemic...
Vitamin B12 can help you feel more energetic and to have a better overall sense of wellbeing.
YOU can get B12 in the right dose, without worrying whether your body can absorb it. How?
If you currently supplement with vitamins on a regular basis, maybe you’ve noticed your pee is bright yellow.
There’s a reason.
That means the supplement you’re taking is going right through you, failing to deliver any of the benefits you were looking forward to. Why?
Because these fragile nutrients have to pass through a harsh digestion process. Remember, your stomach alone digests food using hydrochloric acid. It disintegrates the vitamin right there in your belly.
And even if some B12 makes it through to your intestine, it has no effect unless it’s absorbed into your bloodstream.
Fortunately, here at PuraThrive, we’ve developed a solution. It’s derived from nature itself.
And we believe it’s a game-changer for anybody who wants the FULL effects and complete benefits of any vitamin.
I’m talking about the power of liposomal technology...
We surround our B12 with liposomes. Liposomes are a "sciency" word for a layer of fat very similar to your own cell walls.
They allow the B12 to pass safely through your digestive system system fully intact. Protecting and shuttling the nutrients into your intestines, then bloodstream and then finally your cells -- totally unharmed. Amazing isn’t it?
I work inside most days, and try not to eat much meat. I was feeling pretty tired and after doing some research I was pretty certain I was low in B12. After speaking with a friend about it she recommended this product, I did a lot of research and decided to try it.
- MIKE C.
“Since taking PureTHRIVE B12 I’m feeling sharp and full of energy. I’m way happier now and don’t feel tired throughout the day. The liquid is easy to take and it tastes great too.
- COLLEEN RENEE
I have only been on this for a week now but I feel my nerves have been eased and I’m feeling way better. I’ve also got more energy so I’ve started working out again too. I’m feeling sharp and full of energy. I highly recommend it! Thank you PuraTHRIVE!” - ISABELLE S.
“My B12 levels were frighteningly low. My doctor recommended I take this product because it’s high quality and bioavailable. I use it every morning and I’m amazed at how much more energy... It works.”- J. ROGERS
Now, Cyanocobalamin can be harmful because it draws from your body’s precious pool of methyl groups.
The methyl groups are fundamental to liver detoxification, metabolism so much more…. you’ll feel the difference when you’re adding to the methyl pool.
Our manufacturing process puts our product through a series of strenuous tests to ensure our liposomes are the exact size, structure, and integrity needed to perform optimally.
Our liposomes are produced at room temperature using only normal room pressure. This keeps the integrity of the liposomes intact (high heat and pressure can destroy the liposome and weaken effectiveness).
Our formula is created inside an FDA Certified Inspected lab. Made in the USA in a facility compliant with Good Manufacturing Practices. Our Product has been tested and is Heavy Meta Free / Prop 65 Compliant
Determined to make our B12 the most easily absorbable on the market to deliver the countless health benefits you deserve… we added one more piece to the puzzle:
Fulvic acid is renowned for its superior absorption capabilities. It'is found in humus, the highly nutritious layer of earth that feeds plants and ensures they grow strong and healthy. It contains over 77 macro and trace minerals in their natural form delivering ultimate
“Fulvic acid is beneficial in part because as plants and other living things absorb high levels of fulvic acid, their biochemical reactions are sped up and become more efficient. Enzyme activity increases and cell membranes become more permeable. Water is able to enter cells at an above-normal rate. This is beneficial for both plants and animals by promoting balanced hydration and allowing the body to pass unwanted toxic substances."
"Ingestion of fulvic acid is known to increase the ability of a cell to release toxic metals. Australia’s Ecotoxicology Program found that when fish swam in water with fulvic acid, their aluminum toxicity levels were up to six times lower than otherwise.”
A Finnish study, involving more than 400 patients with depressive symptoms was one of the first to discover that levels of B12 corresponded with depressive symptoms. 
Those with the highest levels of B12 suffered no symptoms of sadness, melancholy or depression.
And those with the worst symptoms or ‘melancholic depression’ had the lowest levels of B12.
Another study in the US of women over the age of 65 found that women deficient in B12 were twice as likely to be depressed as those with adequate levels. 
And a population study of 4000 elderly men and women found those with low B12 were 70% more likely to be depressed. 
The benefits of B12 are numerous. From a surge in your energy levels to brighter, clearer thinking.
No longer do we have to just ‘expect’ cognitive decline as we get older.
Yet it’s highly likely that right now you are grossly deficient in this crucial vitamin. And, even if you ARE supplementing, your body is failing to absorb and assimilate the delicate nutrients.
Fortunately, today, you came across THE solution.
Now you can guarantee you get the RIGHT DOSE of B12 every single day and just watch what happens to your health, your energy, your entire life.
Imagine leaping out of bed in the morning instead of dragging yourself out from under the duvet.
Picture having enough energy to chase your kids (or grandkids) around... even at the end of a busy day.
And just think what it will be like to be in that bright, happy and ‘sharp as a tack’ mood all day long.
At PuraTHRIVE™ we’re dedicated to bringing premium quality nutrients in our unique delivery system. No one else is doing this. Yet we don’t want to price out the people who need our supplements the most.
That’s why we’ve made it super-affordable to FEEL the difference today.
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