Your Body Needs Vitamin B12 Complex

The Health Benefits of Taking Vitamin B Complex

Vitamin B – 12 is one of the most important water – soluble vitamins your body needs,also known as Cobalamin due to the mineral Cobalt. It is a nutrient that helps make DNA, the genetic material in all cells, it supports normal nerve cell function, and is necessary for red blood cell formation. It cannot be produced by your body and is usually found in animal sources but are now available through supplements or injections.

Vitamin B – 12 also helps with weight management by increasing your energy levels, as it helps convert your body’s fat and protein into energy. It is responsible for strengthening the brain and the nervous system and enhances immune reactions and function.

A deficiency in vitamin B – 12 can cause a reduction in red blood cell formation, malformation and this irregularities in the red blood cell shape can restrict the movement from the bone marrow into the bloodstream at a good rate which leads to anemia. With anemia, your body is short of red blood cells to transport oxygen to your vital organs and this can weaken your body and cause fatigue.

Vitamin B – 12 plays a crucial role in pregnancy. Studies show that for a developing fetus to have normal and healthy brain and nervous system development, sufficient amount of B – 12 levels from the mother is required. Appropriate vitamin B – 12 intakes is important to prevent spinal cord and brain defects in a fetus and aid a healthy pregnancy.

Sufficient intake of vitamin B – 12 may support your bone health by supporting proper bone density to decrease the risk of osteoporosis. According to some studies, it may also prevent macular degeneration. A kind of eye disease that affects your central vision by lowering homocysteine, a type of amino acid found in your bloodstream which at elevated levels can increase the risk of age-related macular degeneration and by suppressing homocysteine may improve heart health, although more research is needed.

With further studies, vitamin B – 12 can play a role in elevating your mood and help symptoms of depression. Because this vitamin plays a role in metabolizing and synthesizing serotonin, a chemical responsible for regulating mood, it can prevent a decrease in serotonin production especially for people with an existing deficiency.It promotes healthy memory functions and brain health. Vitamin B – 12 deficiencies have been linked to memory loss especially in older adults. It may help prevent the loss of neurons also called brain atrophy and memory loss to those who are deficient although more studies are needed to prove this theory to those with normal B – 12 level.

Good amount of vitamin B – 12 can enhance your energy levels. All the B vitamins play an important role in the production of energy. Since it is a water-soluble vitamin, extra amounts cannot be stored in your body and any excess amount passes through your body into your urine. If you are deficient, it may increase your energy although it is unlikely for people with normal levels.

Making sure you are not deficient in vitamin B – 12 and other B vitamins is important to maintain a healthy nerve and blood cell function and normal DNA production.

Here are the benefits of other Vitamin B compounds in Vervo’s Vitamin B – 12 Drops:

Vitamin B-2 (Riboflavin)  is responsible for breaking down fats, carbohydrate and protein and plays a key role in maintaining the body’s energy supply, normal cell growth and function. It helps converts carbohydrates into adenosine triphosphate (ATP) which produces energy as required by the body.

Vitamin B-3 (Niacin) plays an important role in maintaining good health. It can improve cholesterol levels by lowering LDL “bad” cholesterol and boost levels of HDL “good” cholesterol and is only used as treatment in higher doses to those with severe Vitamin B deficiency. Sufficient amount may boost and support brain function. It is a component of NAD and NADP, two coenzymes involved in cellular metabolism. By aiding enzymes, Niacin helps convert food into energy. It acts as an antioxidant and aids with DNA repair. It may help prevent heat disease and help those with Type 1 diabetes.

Vitamin B-6 (Pyridoxine) is a vitamin that plays an important role on maintaining nerve health, skin and red blood cells. It has been used to prevent or treat certain nerve disorder called peripheral neuropathy and other hereditary disorders. It is an essential vitamin to maintain good overall health.

Vitamin B-12 (Cyanocobalamin) plays a crucial role for growth, cell reproduction, blood formation and protein and tissue synthesis. It is used to treat vitamin B-12 deficiencies in people with pernicious anemia and other related conditions. It supports metabolism and intestinal functions and helps prevent low red blood cell count and permanent nerve damage especially to those deficient in this vitamin.

Vitamin B-5 (D-Calcium Pantothenic Acid) is also a water-soluble vitamin that helps produce energy by breaking down fats and carbohydrates. It is a needed vitamin to synthesize and metabolize proteins, fats and coenzyme A properly. It also helps promotes a healthy skin, hair, eyes, and liver. It helps convert food to glucose, red blood cell formation, synthesizing cholesterol and sex and stress-related hormone formation. The relationship between B-5 and coenzyme A is important for coenzyme A to create sphingosine, a fat-like molecule that helps deliver chemical messages inside the body’s cells. The liver needs coenzyme A to safely metabolize drugs and other toxins. It helps maintain a healthy digestive system and assist the body in using other vitamins especially B2 which aids in stress management.

If you are not deficient in Vitamin B Complex, it is essential to reach your daily allowance to maintain good overall health and for those deficient it is important to get treated by a physician or healthcare practitioner in order to get back to normal heath and prevent further diseases and deficiencies. Vitamin B-12 and other B vitamins are essential to support your health and bodily functions.

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