By Devin Almonte
Vitamin B12 deficiency remains a common problem in the United States. Dr. Edward, from the Global Healing Center, tells us that it’s estimated nearly 40% of the American population suffers from B-12 levels that are too low. With low B-12 levels, your brain doesn't work quite right and more often than not you’re suffering from chronic fatigue.
Vitamin B12 is crucial to the human body, which needs it to produce new DNA, red blood cells, proteins, hormones and fats. It's one of eight B vitamins hat help the body convert the food you eat into glucose, which gives you energy.
So what should you eat to ensure you are getting enough B12?
Always consult your physician before beginning any nutrition regimen. This general information is not intended to diagnose any medical condition or to replace your healthcare professional. Consult with your healthcare professional to design an appropriate program for your needs.
All comments written above are my own opinion and thoughts as it relates to nutrition.
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