Vitamin B12, also known as cobalamin, is one of the eight B vitamins. The B vitamins work together to support your metabolism, cognitive function, and energy production - Vitamin B12 especially.
Below are answers to the most common questions about Vitamin B12:
What are good sources of Vitamin B12?
Unlike the other B-vitamins that are found in several different food groups (such as grains, legumes, nuts), B12 is found only in animal products such as eggs, poultry, fish and beef.
Who is at greatest risk for a deficiency?
What are the proposed benefits?
Even though taking in too much vitamin B12 is rare, it is still recommended you speak to your provider before taking any new supplement.
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