CCL Advanced Vitamin B12 Complex Review – Really Best For 2019?

In this CCL Advanced Vitamin B12 Complex Review, we will investigate every single thing there is about the supplement.

Or in other words, we will assess the supplement as a whole by looking at the vitamin B12 form, analyze if that is really what you should go for, we’ll check also the amounts of the vitamin, as well as explore information on the additives it uses.

CCL Advanced Vitamin B12 Complex – Overview

There are quite a few bold claims on the description page (sale’s page) of the CCL Advanced Vitamin B12 Complex.

My ‘favorite’ one is “Most Effective Delivery with Nano Technology provides Instant Absorption. More effective than Pills, Powders, and Capsules. Satisfaction Guaranteed” [R].

CCL Advanced Vitamin B12 Complex ReviewThey further specify that what they mean by this is that the advanced spray design ensures sanitation, rapid absorption, and easy use. Thus, in their words, it’s the most technologically advanced vitamin B12 complex supplement [R].

There are also claims like spray absorbing more quickly and effectively than pills, liquids, gummies, and powders. As well as supposedly nano-structured, ultrapure water allows sublingual, mucosal, and digestive absorption.

The cool thing about the supplement though is that they actually guarantee your satisfaction. Namely, they offer a 60-day money back guarantee if you’re unhappy with the product.

Overall the prime reason for me writing this post is that I’ve seen some websites marketing this supplement as the best vitamin B12 supplement of 2019 (won’t name them though).

However, nothing can be further from the truth. In fact, any of the supplements present on the list of the best vitamin B12 supplements are better options for a health benefit than this Advanced Vitamin B12.

This is not to be cocky or to say that I know everything. I don’t. But this thing is for sure. And in this article, I will show you exactly why it’s the case. Keep reading.

Advanced B12 Employs The Best B12 Form

Advanced Vitamin B12 Complex of CLL provides not one but 3 nutrients to benefit from.

These 3 nutrients are vitamin B12, which comes in the form of Methylcobalamin, vitamin B9 (Folate) in the form of Folic Acid, and vitamin B6 in the form of Pyridoxine Hydrochloride.

While this might sound cool and everything, and it might give off the impression that you might be getting a good bang for your buck, that is not entirely the case. That becomes evident when we further explore the vitamin forms that the supplement uses.

It’s prime function surely is the providing of vitamin B12, which it does a rather good job of. Methylcobalamin is considered the best form for vitamin B12 supplementation and the Advanced Vitamin B12 Complex provides exactly that [R, R, R, R, R, R, R, R].

However, the same can not be said about the other two nutrients.

Vitamin B9 in the form of Folic acid, which is the synthetic form of the vitamin, is a pretty useless, hard to absorb form for most people. Thus, while you might think you’re getting sufficient amounts of Folate, in truth, you are not [R, R].

Vitamin B6 in its form (Pyridoxine Hydrochloride) is another one of the not too efficient forms. I mean, it’s okay and most multivitamins have it. However, in terms of the benefit for your health, it’s incomparable with the Pyridoxal-5-Phosphate, which is bioavailable for the body immediately [R, R, R, R].

Bioavailable is just a fancy word to describe the nutrient not needing to be transformed by the body to utilize and gain the health benefits from it. Thus, all in all, while the vitamin B12 form is a good one, I would not choose this supplement myself or recommend it for others for any of the other nutrients it has.

B12 Amounts Are Sufficient And Compatible With Great Health

So, we have three nutrients – B12 in an effective form, B9, and B6 in not so effective ones.

Theres Not That Much Of A Value In The SupplementThe B12 comes in at 1000 micrograms, B9 – at 800 micrograms and B6 – at 2 milligrams.

Again, while it seems like a lot of value, it’s not.

Surely, B12 is sufficient amounts for great health and thus, as far as nutrients go, is a great choice [R].

On the other hand, as discussed earlier already that B9 won’t account for much value as it’s the synthetic form is pretty miserable in terms of absorption.

As regards to the B6, it’s even worse. Not only is its forms not the most effective one but the vitamin is also in such low amounts that calling it miserable would be praise.

Thus, you won’t really get too much value out of those vitamins of B6 and B9 in this supplement.

I said this already, and I’ll say it again – don’t consider this supplement for nutrients other than that B12.

Additives Are Its Achilles Heel

Okay, so, here’s the kicker. Additives.

Many supplements struggle with this. And in that regard, the Advanced Vitamin B12 Complex of CLL is no different.

In fact, the additives that this supplement has is the primary reason, why this supplement does not deserve a spot on the list of the best vitamin B12 supplements for 2019 for sure.

The supplement employs 5 different additives – Purified Water, Glycerine, Xylitol, Citric Acid, and Berry Flavor.

Purified Water Serves As One of The Additives in The CCL Advanced Vitamin B12 Complex

While Purified Water and Glycerine are completely harmless and generally does not pose any kind of threats to your health, sadly the same can not be said about the Xylitol and Berry Flavor. And Citric Acid is also somewhat in question [R, R, R, R, R, R, R, R, R, R, R, R, R, R, R, R, R, R].

Excuse me, for my directness, but do you like farts?

Are you into farts, my friend? Like smelly farts?

Cause, this is what the Xylitol – the sugar alcohol – will give you. It’s one of its most common side-effects along with other stomach related issues [R, R, R, R, R, R, R].

While it is considered to have some minor health benefits, it shouldn’t be neglected that it is also a form of sugar, which can potentially (although the potential might be quite low) have any of the sugar-related negative side effects [R, R, R, R, R, R, R].

Thus, it can potentially quite literally make you stupid, cause obesity, heart disease, hyperactivity, aggressive behavior, eating disorders, depression, diabetes, learning difficulties, cancer, and induce many, many other unpleasant health states [R, R, R, R, R, R].

I don’t believe that a supplement should provide these kinds of potential adverse health effects so that you could benefit from the vitamin B12.

There are plenty of awesome vitamin B12 supplements, which while providing health benefits – improved mood, brain function, energy levels, and metabolism along with other positive effects – won’t in return compromise your well-being at the same time.

The potential negative effects of the additives, however, does not end there. In truth, this was kind of the minor part of it.

There’s also the Berry Flavor.

The trouble with Berry Flavor lies in the manufacturing process. Meaning, if the manufacturing processes are not of high quality enough, such flavoring can potentially have some very harmful, even incidental and not-listed, additives. Which, without a doubt, you would not want to be there as those will only compromise your health [R, R, R, R, R].

In that regard, I can’t really confirm that the manufacturing processes are truly of the highest quality. There are no third-party assertions or testing involved in the creation of CLL products, which also includes the Advanced Vitamin B12 Complex.

Berry Flavor In The CLL Advanced Vitamin B12 Complex May Be More Harmful Than It Might Superficially AppearAnother aspect to consider, did you notice that they do not specify that it’s a natural flavor? They just listed it as a Berry Flavor.

Thus, potentially it involves artificial flavoring, which is really hard to say whether or not it is worse than it’s supposedly (at least so-called) ‘Natural’ counterparts. Namely, potentially this type of flavoring might be more dangerous but for sure it’s really hard to tell and it necessarily is not so [R, R, R, R, R, R, R, R].

What we do know, however, is that also this type of flavoring can have harmful additives within it that are not needed to be specified on the label as long as the manufacturer considers them to be part of the flavoring. Thus, they can easily label it as Berry Flavor, even if it composes of quite a few hazardous additives [R, R, R, R, R, R].

Thus, in truth, apart from the most reputable companies, every flavor is a gamble with your health.

Therefore, the question you should really ask yourself before purchasing such a supplement is, whether any of the discussed potential hazardous implications is something that you want for your health?

Final Thoughts On The Advanced Vitamin B12

Ultimately, while CCL Advanced Vitamin B12 Complex is not of the worst supplements to get that B12 in your system, it’s by no means among the best either.

It offers great amounts of the best form for vitamin B12, as well as some vitamin B9 and B6 not in their best shape.

However, the additives within it pose a huge downside to the supplement.

Thus, you really should not go for this one.

In fact, any of the supplements mentioned in the article on the best vitamin B12 supplements will be a much better choice for your improved health and well-being.

10 thoughts on “CCL Advanced Vitamin B12 Complex Review – Really Best For 2019?”

  1. B12 is such an important vitamin, and I know that delivery of the vitamin and absorption are so important.  I’ve actually never tried a spray before, but I agree that I would not be excited about additives. We get enough additives in our food (although I do try to eat close to the earth and organic). I see you recommend the Thorne Research Methylcobalamin B12 along with the MegaFood Methyl B12. I’ve heard of MegaFood but have never heard of Thorne Research.  

    Thank you for doing so much research to really make sure your readers get full information on exactly what they are putting in their mouths. It’s so important, and most of us don’t have the time or resources to be able to really get the information, so it’s great you did it for us.

    • Hey, Babsie!

      I’m truly, truly delighted you enjoyed the article and found it useful.
      And don’t mention it, I’m really happy I can help other people and be of service. :)

      Cheers, and have a Great One, Babsie!

  2. I followed you very well up to the last word although you are saying B12 is not that bad of supplements to have in our bodies you are not entirely recommending it. So my question is what would recommend instead B12 complex what is the best alternative to those supplements? And why is by far the best alternative to B12 complex?

    • Hey, Charles!

      If I understood your question correctly, yes, I do not recommend going with this one as there are a bunch of much better ones. Better ones in the sense that they don’t have any harmful ingredients that can backfire on your health.

      If you need any other questions answered or you want to clarify, just let me know.

      Cheers, and have a Great One!

  3. Thank you for posting this content, I think am very lucky to have come across it, I and my friend have been searching for a reliable and trustworthy site that can provide the real truth about the supplements. Having gone through your post I found great information, especially about the CCL advanced vitamin B12 complex.

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    • Hey, Joy!

      I appreciate the kind words, I’m really glad you enjoyed the article!
      And I sincerely appreciate the sharing. Thank you. :)

      Cheers, and have a Great One!

  4. VitaminB12 is very important to us all. You explained a bit of the importance of vitamin B12 but deemed vitamin B9 as a useless kinda stuff. What’s the benefit of vit B9 the folic acid to us? Does it not have any benefits? Is there any means you can truly detect if additives are contained in supplements without using the label to judge?

    • Hey, Kenechi!

      By no means, I was aiming to come off as deeming the vitamin B9 useless. I consider it to be one of the most important vitamins there is. It has a lot to do with some of the most important functions in our bodies and mind. What I was trying to say is that this vitamin B9 form in this particular supplement won’t benefit you much as it’s not a very effective one (as far as I know).

      You can always examine the capsule/tablet/etc visually, however, it will only give some superficial insights. If you want it to be tested for the ingredients shown on the label, you’ll probably have to just take it to a laboratory.

      Cheers, and have a Great One!

  5. B12 is one of the vitamins that for some odd reason does not have enough exposure. Many people need it and they are simply unaware of it. 

    I have been taking B12 from the company Solgar in a dose of 5000. They no longer make the 5000 and the 1000 means I have to remember to take it much more often. I have been looking for a new B12 supplement for a which now but I guess the CCL Advanced is no the one to get. Thanks for the review.


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