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Vitamin B12 Benefits – Know about Vitamin B12

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1 – Benefit

B12 helps your bone marrow to make blood. It also helps your body to maintain your red blood cell count, thus preventing anemia. Anemia can cause fatigue or poor energy and cravings for certain things such as ice.

2 – Benefit

This vitamin has been called energy in a bottle; because, it imparts energy, stamina, and vitality to those who take it. For best results/absorption, one should take vitamin B12 with other B complex vitamins, such as B1 (Thiamin), B2 (Riboflavin), B3 (Niacin), and B6 (Pyridoxine).

3 – Benefit

Vitamin B12 helps to keep the nervous system healthy. It allows the nerves of the body to function and communicate in an optimal manner. Your sense or feeling vibration is facilitated by this vitamin. It also helps to support the body’s cognitive (thinking) processes such as memory, mental clarity, and concentration. Furthermore, it helps to support a healthy mood or feeling of well-being

4 – Benefit

B12 applied to the skin (topically) may improve certain skin diseases such as atopic dermatitis.

5 – Benefit

This supplement can be taken several ways: under the tongue (sublingual) for a rapid increase in the level of this vitamin, liquid form, pill form, or even as an injection which can also lead to a rapid increase in the vitamin’s level.

6 – Benefit

For individuals with kidney disease and on epogen (a medicine to prevent significant anemia), it can help to make the epogen more effective. Therefore, less medicine may be required.

7 – Benifit

It is helpful in protecting an unborn child from developing birth defects such as those defects affecting the spine.

8 – Benefit

It can help in certain cases of poisoning. A form of B12 called Hydroxocobalamin can be used as an antidote for cyanide poisoning. It complexes with and thus neutralizes cyanide.

9 – Benefit

It provides support to the immune system and promotes proper functioning.

10 – Benefit

B12 has been shown to lower homocysteine levels. An elevated homocysteine level has been associated (not causal) with heart disease, diabetes, and Alzheimer’s dementia. This implication is very exciting and promising.

Dr John Anne is a herbal specialist with years of experience and extensive research
on Herbs and Alternative health. For more helpful information read about Vitamin B12 Benefits and Vitamin B Benefits at Vitamins and Mineral Guide.

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