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[Amazon.ca] Jamieson Vitamin B12 Tablets, Timed Release, 1,200 mcg, 80 Count $6.49

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[Amazon.ca] Jamieson Vitamin B12 Tablets, Timed Release, 1,200 mcg, 80 Count $6.49

Just for the hell of it I was looking up B12 supplements because I was messing around with the idea of trying out veganism and noticed that they're actually on special on Amazon. With that, I figured I'd make a post about it case any actual vegans on here needed some of this.

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Feb 22, 2010
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This is the product to buy if you're looking into veganism; the timed release is important with B-12. Thanks OP, I needed to refill.
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Sep 21, 2019
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Just spent $75 on vitamins and supplements because of this 🤦🏽‍♂️
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May 4, 2005
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Costco if you have a membership will have 190 tablets for 14.99 next week
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BlazinTrini wrote: Costco if you have a membership will have 190 tablets for 14.99 next week
With a subscription, this is cheaper.
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Feb 22, 2015
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Is Jamieson brand any good?
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May 3, 2020
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I have been using this and it's good. Been waiting for the price drop (which occurs once a month). Totally recommend B12, they are water soluble, anything excess goes out in your pee, so there is no harm in taking it, of course without over dosing. I had B12 deficiency when I was heavily on a meat diet, which was not very smart of me.
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johnsena wrote: I have been using this and it's good. Been waiting for the price drop (which occurs once a month). Totally recommend B12, they are water soluble, anything excess goes out in your pee, so there is no harm in taking it, of course without over dosing. I had B12 deficiency when I was heavily on a meat diet, which was not very smart of me.
I am confused. OP said this would work better for vegans (i.e. no meat in diet), yet you had a deficiency on a heavy meat diet?
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May 3, 2020
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1theguy1 wrote: I am confused. OP said this would work better for vegans (i.e. no meat in diet), yet you had a deficiency on a heavy meat diet?
That is correct, I know many who consume animal products (Meat/Dairy) and still deficient on B12, so this is not just a vegan thing. Only blood work can tell how deficient one is.
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Costco has their own brand, Kirkland Signature Vitamin B12, 1200mcg, 360 Tablets for $10.99 in their warehouse until Aug 2, 2020. Regular price is $13.99. They charge a bit more when you order them on-line. $12.99 plus $3.00 Delivery Surcharge until Aug 2, 2020.

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Trout wrote: Costco has their own brand, Kirkland Signature Vitamin B12, 1200mcg, 360 Tablets for $10.99 in their warehouse until Aug 2, 2020. Regular price is $13.99. They charge a bit more when you order them on-line. $12.99 plus $3.00 Delivery Surcharge until Aug 2, 2020.

Costco B12 Online
1. The other option is to buy this via instacart (today's promo price $14.09 and no Costco membership is required), as they just started working with Costco in the GTA. They just offered me $15 off my first order and two-week free delivery on orders over $35, etc.

2. If you are taking or plan to take B-12, consider a 2012 AARP article: 'I’d suggest you talk with your doctor or other health care provider about treating your slightly elevated cholesterol with a combination of sublingual (under-the-tongue) vitamin B12 (1000mcg daily), folic acid (800mcg daily) and vitamin B6 (200mg daily). This approach should boost your level of protective HDL, or “good” cholesterol, benefit your overall health, and help keep you on your bicycle and walking laps for many years to come.' from: https://www.aarp.org/health/drugs-suppl ... -neel.html

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