Vitamin B12

Some key info about Vitamin B12

What does it do and where does it come from?

Vitamin B 12 helps in the fromation of red blood cells, which is important to your cardiovascular health. Vitamin B 12 also helps covert food into energy and helps maintain your nervous system. You can find VitaminB12 in a number of things, like fish, meat, poultry, almond milk, eggs, and dairy.

What happens if your gets too much Vitamin B12 or too liitle?

If you take to much Vitamin B12 there really wont be any severe result. Your body takes small dosages of the Vitamin that you wont be affected by it. if your body does not get enough Vitmain B12 then you may have symptoms like numbness and tingling in hands and feet. Problems concentrating, swollen, red tongue or bleeding gums. Fatigue, lack of energy, or lightheadedness when standing up or with exertion.

What Vitamin B12 looks like

Vitamin B12 acrostic poem

Very good for you heart and matabolism

In all fish, meat, eggs, and dairy

This makes red blood cells

At the age of 50 and above people start taking VitaminB12

Meat contains Vitamin b12

Ingestions of too much can cause fatigue and numbness in hands

Not a very big deal if you take too much of it


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