Vitamin B 12 enables new cell formation in the human body, makes the old cells regenerate and maintains the nerve cells and red blood cells. This particular vitamin attaches to the proteins in food and when it’s released, it bonds with intrinsic factor (glycoprotein), a substance that allows our intestines to absorb vitamin B 12 better.
There is a recommended daily amount of vitamin B12. Here’s how much vitamin B 12 you should be consuming:
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