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The first thing to consider with the "Super Elixir" is that it contains Vitamin B12 as Cyanocobalamin. Not only is this a synthetic form of "B12", it is also the most cheap form of synthetic B12. This is not a good indication of the manufacturers quality standards. The product also contains Folic Acid which is a synthetic vitamin. A truly all natural product will contain Folate, not Folic Acid.
Also this product contains synthetic Xylitol. While Xylitol occurs in nature, it is manufactured for products using a process called "hydrogenating” xylose; a chemical process that treats a compound with hydrogen usually with a catalyst such as nickel. There are two major problems with this process. First, the fact that xylitol is “hydrogenated” should raise some concerns because hydrogenated foods are known to cause: Alzheimer’s Disease, Behavioral irritability and aggression, Cancer, Diabetes, Obesity, Liver dysfunction, Major depressive disorder, Secondly, nickel is a known toxin has been linked to Asthma attacks, Cancer, Dermatitis (skin allergies), Hand eczema (skin rash), Indigestion, Kidney problems, Lung disorders.
While the Super Elixir product makers claim to have mostly natural ingredients. Finding a comprehensive nutrition label for the product is difficult to find. See: http://draxe.com/xylitol-side-effects/
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