No, because they are pasteurized. This heating process destroys the nutrients and denatures the proteins. They are certainly better than most things in a bottle, but they are still pasteurized.
Drinking juice fortified with B12 is the same as drinking regular juice and taking a B12 supplement. Only difference is that when a vitamin is fortified into food, they usually use the cheapest form of the vitamin.
In this case, cyanocobalamin is what is generally used. It is B12 bound to a cyanide molecule. This might not be a problem for most people, but you still will have to detoxify that cyanide. It makes more sense to take methyl or adenosyl cobalamin which is B12 bound to other compounds that are actually useful for your body.
Like others have said, no. But for B12, I'd recommend you look at some sub-linguals or B-12 shots. Check out Harley's video on B-12
That is one of them among the several that he has on the topic. Hope it helps.
No,sorry I used to drink the banana and coconut when I ran out of fruit and was out of the house.Kinda expensive always better to leave them out.