Vitamin B12 (Cyanocobalamin)- Benefits, Deficiency Symptoms And Food Sources
Other names :: Cobalamin, cyanocobalamin
Vitamin B12, known as cyanocobalamin, cobolamin and also known as the energy vitamin is a very widely researched vitamin, and used in supplementation to a very large degree.
Vitamin B12 is also linked to the production of acetylcholine, a neurotransmitter that assists memory and learning.
Actions and benefits of vitamin B12
Recommended dosage of vitamin B12
Signs of Overdose:
Deficiency symptoms of Vitamin B12
When more may be required
Anybody consuming alcohol should look at their B12 levels or if you take laxatives or antacids regularly. Older people could also benefit from this vitamin as the intestinal situation changes as you age, and many people older than sixty have difficulty extracting the vitamin from ingested food since the correct stomach acids are not present.
Best food sources of vitamin B12
Sunflower seeds, comfrey leaves, kelp, bananas, concord grapes, dairy products, liverwurst.
How to Use vitamin B12
Available as :-
Liquid:- the best form due to its high bio availability and fast absorption. Always choose liquid as your first choice when supplementing your diet.
Heat and/or moisture may alter the vitamin. Refrigeration is recommended.
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