Supports the metabolism and has a positive effect on brain and nervous system health
Vitamin B12, or cobalamin, is one of the so-called water-soluble vitamins, those that cannot accumulate in the body, but must be consumed regularly as part of one’s diet. Vitamin B12 is not affected by heat. It is present in all food of animal origin, albeit in small quantities. In particular, it is found in meat, fish, liver, milk, and eggs.
Vitamin B12, or cobalamin, is involved in the metabolism of amino acids and nucleic acids - like folic acid, which supports the synthesis of DNA and RNA - as well as fatty acids. It plays a key role in red blood cell production and bone marrow formation.