Deva - Vegan B12 Fast Dissolve, 90 Tablets

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Deva - Vegan B12 Fast Dissolve, 90 Tablets

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Quick Description

Vegan, gluten-free, and soy-free, Deva’s B12 Fast Dissolve dietary supplements are designed to support your body’s blood cells, nerve cells, and development.

Key Information

  • Fast dissolving vegan dietary supplement
  • Contains vitamin B12 & B6, and folate
  • Designed to support healthy body function and development
  • Each pack lasts 3 months
  • Free from gluten, soy, and yeast

Product Overview

Did you know that most of the foods that are high in vitamin B12 are animal-based?

Deva delivers Vegan B12 Fast Dissolve dietary supplement tablets, designed to support your body’s function and development of red blood cells, brain cells, and nerve cells. 

These Vegan B12 Fast Dissolve tablets contain bioactive methylcobalamin, a strong blend of bioactive B12 vitamins. This dietary supplement also contains vitamin B6 and folate, designed to support the immune system and cell growth. 

With a fresh and light lemon flavor, these tablets are naturally sweetened with xylitol. One bottle has 90 tablets, lasting you for approximately three months.

Suggested use for adults:

Take one tablet a day. Dissolve in the mouth or chew before swallowing. 


Supplement Facts (Per Serving Size): Vitamin B6 (2 mg), Folate (400 mcg), Vitamin B12 (1000 mcg).
Other Ingredients: Mannitol, Xylitol, Crospovidone, Vegetable Stearic Acid, Silica, Lemon Flavor, Citric Acid, Sodium Citrate, Vegetable Magnesium Stearate. 

Frequently Asked Questions

Should vegans take vitamin B12 supplements?

It is very important for everyone to have a reliable source of vitamin B12. For those who don’t consume meat, eggs, milk products, or other animal-based products, getting the needed amount of vitamin B12 can be hard. The few reliable vegan sources for vitamin B12 are foods that are fortified with vitamin B12. If not wanting to rely on fortified foods, vitamin B12 supplements are a great option. 

Although there is no harm in exceeding the recommended amount of vitamin B12 (the body will only absorb the needed amount and the excess is removed in urine), always speak to a health care professional before taking dietary supplements. 

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