Vitamin B12 is one of the few B vitamins that can actually be stored in the body!
It's estimated that almost 40% of the U.S. population is deficient in vitamin B12, according to a 2000 study from Tufts University in Boston and a vast majority of them are completely unaware.
This can lead to a whole host of problems, namely Anaemia which leads to lethargy, extreme tiredness, muscle weakness, skin pigmentation problems and even dealing with an inability to be productive or think clearly. Not to mention the fact that, Vitamin B12 intake has a major impact on the health of our hair such as hair loss and loss of pigment. Taking vitamin B12 supplements will help to restore the health of your skin and nails and colour to your hair.
Vitamin B12 helps our bodies to reproduce DNA. This means that when we want to make new skin or new hair cells, we are in a bit of trouble without enough B12 there to make that possible.
There are two types of B12 deficiency:
A Lack of dietary B12 – this is common amongst vegetarians and vegans. B12 is mostly found in animal produce rather than plants. Vegetarians and veagans are advised to increase their dietary B12 or/and take a B12 supplement.
Autoimmune: This type of deficiency occurs when antibodies prevent absorption of dietary B12. Your doctor will then likely suggest Vitamin B12 injections.
Getting enough Vitamin B12 in your diet will prevent deficiency symptoms and will reverse them if they’ve already begun.
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