There have been a number of studies showing that about 40% of Americans happen to be vitamin B12 deficient.
Vitamin B12, which is a water-soluble vitamin that works to maintain nerve and brain health, as well as it is responsible for creating red blood cells.
The long-term result of a vitamin B12 deficiency can lead to nerve damage and potential paralysis.
Even a mild deficiency could lead to low energy and impaired mental function.
Vitamin B12 also works to form red blood cells, so any deficiency can lead to immature, large cells that will be products that are not able to carry oxygen properly.
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