-Vitamin B12 helps your body metabolize food and turn it into energy
-Helps with red blood cell formation and anemia prevention
-May prevent major birth defects
Adequate vitamin B12 levels are crucial to a HEALTHY PREGNANCY
-May support bone health and prevent osteoporosis
-May improve mood and symptoms of depression
-May benefit your brain by preventing the loss of neurons
Vitamin B12 deficiency has been associated with memory loss, especially in older adults
-May give you an energy boost
-Supports healthy hair, skin, and nails
Given vitamin B12’s role in cell production, adequate levels of this vitamin are needed to promote healthy hair, nails and skin
An estimated 3% of adults in the United States have vitamin B12 deficiency, while about 26% have low to normal or borderline deficient levels
It may take a few weeks before your vitamin B12 levels and symptoms, such as extreme tiredness or lack of energy, start to improve. Give it time. Stay consistent and be mindful of what you put in your body.
If you suspect you have a medical problem, disease or are pregnant please consult your physician for diagnosis and treatment before taking this supplement.