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Maybe you know you should eat more sweet potatoes for their vitamin A, but you're not entirely sure why. Or maybe you know vitamin B12 helps your heart, but you

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Vitamin B12 deficiency causes reversible megaloblastic anemia, demyelinating disease, or both. Current assays have insufficient sensitivity and specificity; methylmalonic acid levels are useful to confirm diagnosis. Parenteral or high-dose oral vitamin B12 is effective therapy.

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from STYLECRAZE

27 Reasons That Will Make You To Add Vitamin B12 In Your Diet

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Please Share This Page: Please be sure to Join our email list and receive all our latest tutorials daily – free! Vitamin K Knowledge – © naturalhealthzone.orgHuman circulation image © fotolia.com under license. Food images – Wikipedia lic. under CC (see foot of article for full info) What Is Vitamin K? Vitamin K is a … More

Vitamin B12: Adults need .4 micrograms per day (water soluble, so must be taken daily). Beef/chicken liver: 3oz=81mg; Salmon: 108g=19.5mg; Herring: 143g=18.7mg; Mackerel: 3oz=15.3mg; Sardines: 1c=13.3mg; Tuna: 3oz=9.3mg; Trout: 1 filet=9.1mg; Greek yogurt: 170g=1.3mg; Turkey: 3oz=1.1mg; Raw milk: 1 c=1mg; Beef tenderloin: 3oz=0.9mg; Lamb: 3oz=0.8mg ...https://www.fiverr.com/healthy_guru
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Vitamin B12 Benefits and Deficiency Symptoms

Vitamin B12: Adults need .4 micrograms per day (water soluble, so must be taken daily). Beef/chicken liver: 3oz=81mg; Salmon: 108g=19.5mg; Herring: 143g=18.7mg; Mackerel: 3oz=15.3mg; Sardines: 1c=13.3mg; Tuna: 3oz=9.3mg; Trout: 1 filet=9.1mg; Greek yogurt: 170g=1.3mg; Turkey: 3oz=1.1mg; Raw milk: 1 c=1mg; Beef tenderloin: 3oz=0.9mg; Lamb: 3oz=0.8mg ...https://www.fiverr.com/healthy_guru

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Our body needs 13 vitamins: vitamins A, C, D, E, K and the B vitamins (thiamine, riboflavin, niacin, pantothenic acid, biotin, vitamin B-6, vitamin B-12 and folate). Other than vitamins D and K that can be produced in the body, all other vitamins have to be absorbed from food. Learn more about vitamins in this guide.

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