Methylcobalamin is an endogenous vitamin B12, but it is more easily absorbed by the human body than vitamin B12, and has better conduction to nerves. As can be seen from its name, it contains the metal element cobalt. When methylcobalamin enters the human body, it can act quickly, accelerate the metabolism of folic acid and nucleic acid, and improve the excitability and transmitter levels of nerves.
Lycopene is a kind of carotenoid in plants, and it is also the main pigment of ripe tomato. Since it was first isolated from tomato, it is called lycopene. Lycopene widely exists in red fruits, such as tomato, watermelon, grapefruit, etc.
L-arabinose, also known as gum aldose and pectin sugar, is a kind of aldopentose with a chemical formula of C5H10O5. In nature, L-arabinose seldom exists in the form of monosaccharides, usually combined with other monosaccharides, and exists in the form of heteropolysaccharides in pectin, hemicellulose, pectic acid, bacterial polysaccharides and some glycosides.
Trypsin, a kind of protease, EC 126.96.36.199, is a serine proteolytic enzyme extracted from the pancreas of cattle, sheep, and pigs. In vertebrates, acts as a digestive enzyme. In the pancreas, trypsinogen, the precursor of trypsin, is synthesized and secreted as a component of pancreatic juice.