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A deficiency in vitamin B12 occurs when the body is not receiving or absorbing enough of the vitamin from the food it consumes. The production of red blood cells and DNA, the genetic material of all of your cells, both rely on vitamin B12.
Not treating a vitamin B12 deficiency can lead to serious health issues, including those related to the nervous system and the mind.

Deficiency in vitamin B12

If you aren't getting enough vitamin B12 in your diet or your body isn't absorbing what you do get, you could be suffering from a treatable condition known as Titlevitamin B12 deficiency. Deficiency in vitamin B12 can manifest itself in a variety of ways, including the body's nervous system and one's state of mind. Greenfood Powder, which is rich in vitamin B12, can help with this.
How does vitamin B12 work?

Vitamin B12 is essential for maintaining a healthy nervous system and red blood cell count. The building blocks of life, DNA, can be synthesised with its help. Vitamin B12 is essential for proper nerve and blood cell function, but your body can't produce it on its own. Meat, milk, and eggs are good sources of vitamin B12. Some breakfast cereals, loaves of bread, and nutritional yeast are examples of fortified foods (foods to which vitamins and nutrients have been added).

Pregnant and breastfeeding women require a higher daily intake of vitamin B12 than adults do (around 2.4 mcg). When it comes to vitamin B12, infants and kids have different requirements at different ages.

When take vitamin B12, how does it get absorbed into system?

Two things must occur for vitamin B12 to be absorbed by the body from the food you eat. Vitamin B12 is first destroyed by hydrochloric acid in the stomach. After that, vitamin B12 binds to a protein in your stomach called intrinsic factor. Once ingested, vitamin B12 can be absorbed by the body.

Rarely, the stomach stops producing intrinsic factor, leading to a condition known as pernicious anaemia. This results in poor dietary B12 absorption and an eventual B12 deficiency.
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