Those with a Vitamin B12 deficiency often feel tired or fatigued and tend to use stimulants such as caffeine and sweets to help them through their day. Vitamin B12 should be stored in the liver, pancreas, brain, bone marrow, blood and kidneys then be free to be circulated round the body.
I see a lot of people who are suffering from a B12 deficiency, its a common issue and often one that is hard to overcome through diet alone.
Benefits that B12 may have on your health:
- Plays a vital role in melatonin (sleep hormone) production, and is responsible for letting you get a good night's sleep.*
- Provides support for your memory, mental clarity, and concentration.
- B12 is almost exclusively found in animal tissues so is perfect for vegetarian & vegans alike!
- Essential for supporting your immune system and helping to regulate the formation of red blood cells.
- Helps folic acid regulate the formation of red blood cells, and helps your body use iron.
- Needed for proper digestion, food absorption, carbohydrate and fat metabolism.
- Helps to keep your nervous system healthy by assisting the nerves of your body to function and communicate in an optimal manner.
- Supports female reproductive health, and promote normal nerve growth and development by maintaining the fatty sheaths.
- Critical to your circulation and adrenal hormone production.