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Reddit mentions of Freeda Kosher B Complex - No Folic No Paba - 250 Tablets

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Freeda Kosher B Complex - No Folic No Paba - 250 Tablets
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  • Recommended use: Adults, take one tablet daily preferably with food and liquid.
  • Nutrition facts: Thiamin (vitamin B1) (as thiamin hydrochloride) 25 mg 1667%"Riboflavin (vitamin B2) 25 mg 1471%"Niacin (as niacinamide) 100 mg 500%"Vitamin B6 (as pyridoxine hydrochloride) 25 mg 1250%"Vitamin B12 (as cyanocobalamin) 25 mcg 417%"Pantothenic acid (as d-calcium pantothenate) 25 mg 250%
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Size250 Count (Pack of 1)
Weight0.3 Pounds

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Found 2 comments on Freeda Kosher B Complex - No Folic No Paba - 250 Tablets:

u/NotQuiteHapa ยท 1 pointr/MTHFR

Doctor's Best multivitamin

It has the best form of everything (no synthetics) at a reasonable price, but you might need to limit methyl b12's depending on your VDR taq status. Check this out for more: http://methyl-nation.com/comt-vdr-taq-the-mutation-series/.

Taking one of these multis a day (says to take 3) hasn't given me any overmethylating symptoms so far. Each capsule has way more of everything compared to your average multi, so 1 should be good to shore up an otherwise healthy diet avoiding folic acid wherever you can.

Here's another idea I've been toying with and might try myself, in case you can't tolerate any methyl b12: make your own "multi" stack with minerals and a b complex, adding L-methylfolate (only need half of these) and hydroxy/adenenosyl b12 seperately if you want those. This leaves A/C/D/E/K which I believe can be pretty much covered in a healthy diet and supplemented cheaply (D+C). If you have GSTP1 mutation, you should be avoiding supplemental E.

That B complex has the best forms of the other B's and leaves out Folic Acid and B12 for us. There's another, cheaper brand on amazon without Folic Acid but it has cyano b12. I'm not sure why cyano b12 is so bad to be honest - everything I read on the net about it is kind of vague/woo-woo, but I'm erring on the side of caution anyway (at a cost to the wallet!). Perhaps you can enlighten me?

Hope this was helpful, good luck.

edit: found this on knowyourgenetics.com

>Cyano B12 contains a cyanide molecule. So when you take cyano B12 your body must first turn
it into hydroxy B12 in order to use it, and then must find a way to get rid of the toxic cyanide
molecule. We all know cyanide is a poison even if the rest of the B12 molecule is good for you.
The body actually uses hydroxy B12 in order to detoxify cyanide. So, not only is cyano B12 not
the form your body ultimately needs, but taking higher doses of cyano B12 may actually deplete
your hydroxy B12. So why would anyone use cyano B12 if it can be toxic? Well, in low doses it
may be helpful for the eyes, but for the most part cyano B12 is used because it is much less
expensive, and a form of B12 that is easier to keep stable.

Alright so honestly it sounds like as long as you get hydroxy, a little bit of cyano isn't a big deal (cyanide fears are majorly overblown reportedly). With that said I'm going to probably go with this B complex that's a much better value & low in cyano b12.

u/whenwillthewaitend ยท 1 pointr/TryingForABaby

You can sometimes get b vitamin supplements that are just specific B vitamins. Like I have one that's just b12 that I take.

I also found this one that appears to not have folic acid in it. Unless I overlooked it.

ETA: I think people mostly take the B supplements for B6. So you should probably take B6 individually.