Dibencozide, the biologically active form of vitamin B12 acts
directly on muscles, nerves and other cells for a quick burst of
energy. Vitamin B12 plays an important role in fat oxidation. It does
this by pairing fats with odd numbered carbon chains thus utilizing
your fat as energy. The benefit is twofold, you get a sudden burst of
energy and burn fat simultaneously.
What is it and where does it come from?
Dibencozide is not a drug. It is the biologically active coenzyme of
vitamin B12 (5-deoxyadenosylcobalamin) found predominately in muscle
tissue. The Dibencozide molecule includes methyl groups and hydrogen
in replacement of the cyanide group in the B12 vitamin. It is
absolutely necessary for carbohydrate, protein and fat metabolism as
well as active component in amino acid and DNA synthesis.
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Each capsule provide: 10 mg. of Dibencozide
What does it do and what scientific studies give evidence to support
Dibencozide, otherwise known as Co-Enzyme B-12, is the primary active
form of Vitamin B-12 in the body and is directly involved in the
body's building of lean muscle tissue. It is required for processing
Branch Chain Amino Acids (BCAAs) through the Krebs' cycle, for
sustained energy production. Supplementation with Dibencozide may
reduce fatigue during prolonged exertion. It helps stimulate protein
metabolism for increased conversion efficiency of proteins into amino
Who needs it and what are some symptoms of deficiency?
Dibencozide is the primary active form of Vitamin B-12 in the body.
It has become a popular nutritional supplement for athletes and body-
builders. Deficiencies can be loss of appetite, low energy, slow
muscle growth and recovery,
How much should be taken? Are there any side effects?
Follow the directions on the bottle. There are no negative side
effects when taken in the recommended dosages... only increased
energy, strength, and muscle mass! Dibencozide goes well with
Creatine, Andros, and Aminos.
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