Vitamin B12 is a nutrient the helps keep nerve and blood cells healthy and helps support DNA. We do consume Vitamin B12 in our foods. Eggs, poultry, red meat, and fish are all abundant with it. Sometimes though we either aren’t getting enough through our foods or we aren’t absorbing it well. It is widely documented that almost 40 percent of Americans could be deficient in Vitamin B12. Those who are especially susceptible to deficiency include vegetarians, vegans, and people with gastritis, pernicious anemia, immune disorders, gastric bypass, or long-term use of acid reducing drugs, or heavy drinking.
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