I'm an Aussie. This is my first post here.
Just thought Harley might like to read this article;
If I'm understanding it correctly, it's suggesting that people with an Intrinsic Factor problem can take a daily 1000 μg under-the-tongue dose of B12 as an alternative to injections, because 1.2% of the oral dose is apparently still absorbed.
Just thought you might like to check into this to see if it's a viable alternative to injections.
Yes it is true that about 1% is still absorbed even if you are lacking IF. However, it is even more effective to use sublingual.
Hey Harley, since you're online at the moment, let's get your opinion...