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    Default Methylcobalamin vs Adenosylcobalamin and dosage intake

    I know that these two are the good active forms of b12, (stay away from cyanocobalamin, the bad form) but they both have different benefits in your body. Would I need to take them both? If yes, How does this affect my daily intake(Like do I have to meet the daily recommended amount for them both)? How does it affect my absorption rate if i take them both at the same time?

    Some of my information I got here
    http://www.4yourtype.com/methylb12.asp

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    Default Re: Methylcobalamin vs Adenosylcobalamin and dosage intake

    You don't need both. Either is fine since your body can convert Methylcobalamin into Adenosylcobalamin and Adenosylcobalamin into Methylcobalamin.

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