the article says at the end to take 1000mcg of sublingual b12 daily, which is (give or take) what most of us choose to do anyway. so, there's nothing new here really
(though the methylcobalamin vs hydroxycobalamin vs cyanocobalamin is new to me. alas.)
Taking 1000mcg of cyanocobalamin every day is completely different from taking 1000 mcg of methycobalamin as I understand it. Methycobalamin recommendations are that hight because it is an unstable form of B12. Recommendations for cyanocobalamin are much lower. http://jacknorrisrd.com/what-b12-supple ... ld-i-take/
The author of the article in the OP claims that methylcobalamin is superiour to cyanocobalamin. I would doubt that.
Jack Norris wrote:
Methylcobalamin is promoted by some alternative health practitioners and the supplement industry as superior to cyanocobalamin, primarily because it is a co-enzyme form of vitamin B12.
I must admit that I’m a bit wary of methylcobalamin supplements. They are not regulated with any significant scrutiny. Cyanocobalamin supplements are ubiquitous, cheap, and well-studied, while methylcobalamin is much more of an unknown entity. Unless you have a good reason to be using methylcobalamin, I recommend cyanocobalamin.
Personally, I have a hard time trusting articles who recommend supplements and use affiliate links.