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Vitamins Information: Vitamin B12 for Red Blood Cells


Vitamin B12, also called Cobalamin, helps maintain healthy Nerve cells and formation of red Blood cells. In collaboration with Vitamins B6 and B9, Cobalamin helps excellent support for some bodily functions including our genetic makeup.

Ginseng Deficiencies of Vitamin B12 will result in anaemia, lethargy, loss of appetite, constipation, and weight loss. Other symptoms include swelling of the tongue, some memory loss, confusion and some degree of dementia issues.

People that are at most risks of suffering a Vitamin B12 deficiency are those persons who have a gastrointestinal problem that limits the stomach's ability to soak up the vitamin B12.

People that practice veganism and eat no meat or dairy products whatsoever will have minimal dietary access to Vitamin B12 and should take supplements separately.

Pregnant women and lactating mothers are at risk of having a deficiency of Vitamin B12 and may need to take supplements.

People that have had parts of their stomach or intestines removed because of accident or disease such as Crohn's disease may not have the ability to absorb B12 from their food. In such cases, a Vitamin B12 supplement is strictly required.

Elderly folk may lose the natural ability to absorb Cobalamin from their food, for some reasons, this ultimately leads to neuropsychiatric disorders. If a B12 deficiency is detected by a doctor then, possibly, he will recommend a Cobalamin fortified diet or a Vitamin B12 supplement for sort out the issue.

Unlike most other water-soluble vitamins, Cobalamin is not disposed of on a daily basis, by the body. In fact, the collection gathers Vitamin B12 which is stored in the liver and kidneys. Consequently, a Vitamin deficiency is not noticeable for several years after the B12 intake has ceased one.

Foods that are sources of vitamin B12 are liver, kidneys, eggs, cheese, shellfish, tuna, salmon and bluefish fortified breakfast cereals.

Apart from supplements, the only vegan source of B12 is the Chinese herb Dang Gui or female ginseng, which the Chinese use for treating anaemia.

Because Vitamin B12 has a shallow toxic level, there have been no known cases of people suffering any ill effects from an excessive intake of Vitamin B12.

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