Explanation / Benefits
Understanding exactly what vitamin B12 does and why it is important; B12 is a naturally occurring vitamin found in animal products such as meat, eggs, and dairy. It is important for the proper functioning of the circulatory and nervous systems. Vitamin B12 plays a critical role in red blood cell production and provides energy for the brain to function smoothly.
Improve mood, energy, and concentration
Most people get enough B12 from diet alone, especially if their diet includes lots of animal products. However, even a slight deficiency can cause problems that may seem minor at first but can escalate if the deficiency is not addressed. Common signs of a slight deficiency include fatigue, difficulty in remembering, light-headedness, and constipation or diarrhea. These problems can persist if a deficiency is left untreated.
Targeting / Specifically for:
- Improve mood, energy, and concentration
- Guests who do not eat animal products, including vegetarians and vegans
- Guests with intestinal disorders such as Crohn’s disease or celiac disease
- Guests with long-term illnesses such as diabetes, osteoporosis, muscular degeneration, and Lou Gehrig’s disease
- Upper Arms
- Outer Hips