Vegan Vitamin B12 1000mcg – High Strength – 120 Tablets, Contributes to The Reduction of Tiredness & Fatigue.
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Our Vitamin B12 is an incredibly important vitamin for a number of reasons. It is used by your body for the completion of numerous functions. B12 for example contributes to a normal energy-yielding and homocysteine metabolism, the normal function of the immune system, the reduction of tiredness and fatigue and normal red blood cell formation, all of which are substantiated claims by the European Food Safety Authority (EFSA).
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UK’s leading brand of scientifically formulated Vegan Vitamins specially formulated to balance your lifestyle choices. Whatever your dietary choices no one should lack essential nutrients, and in fact we can help drive the change to a more healthy and sustainable future by giving people confidence that their ethical / environmental choices will not affect their health, now that's what we call a purpose.
DESIGNED SPECIFICALLY FOR VEGANS & VEGETARIANS. SUITABLE FOR EVERYONE, EVERY AGE, EVERY LIFESTYLE, FREE FROM –
gluten, wheat, palm oil, GMO’s, Allergens, artificial colours and preservatives, dairy, yeast, starch, soya, sugar, alcohol, porcine and lactose. Not tested on animals.
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No Animal derived Ingredients. Nature’s Well do not use animal gelatin, or any animal derived ingredients or by products in their black seed oil capsules. Many manufacturers use Halal Beef Gelatin. It’s impossible to prevent cross contamination with pork bones and flesh, and other non halal and kosher animal products
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Vitamin B12, also known as cobalamin, is an essential vitamin that your body needs but cannot produce. It’s found naturally in animal products, but also added to certain foods and available as an oral supplement or injection. Vitamin B12 has many roles in your body. It supports the normal function of your nerve cells and is needed for red blood cell formation and DNA synthesis. For most adults, the recommended daily intake (RDI) is 2.4 mcg, though it’s higher for women who are pregnant or breastfeeding. Vitamin B12 may benefit your body in impressive ways, such as by boosting your energy, improving your memory and helping prevent heart disease.
Supports Healthy Hair, Skin and Nails -
Given vitamin B12’s role in cell production, adequate levels of this vitamin are needed to promote healthy hair, skin and nails. In fact, low vitamin B12 levels can cause various dermatologic symptoms, including hyperpigmentation, nail discoloration, hair changes, vitiligo (the loss of skin colour in patches) and angular stomatitis (inflamed and cracked mouth corners). Supplementing with vitamin B12 has been shown to improve dermatologic symptoms in people with B12 deficiency. However, if you’re well-nourished and not deficient in this vitamin, taking a supplement is unlikely to improve your skin, nail strength or hair health
May Give You an Energy Boost -
Vitamin B12 supplements have long been touted as the go-to product for a surge of energy. All B vitamins play an important role in your body’s energy production, though they don’t necessarily provide energy themselves. Currently, there is no scientific evidence to suggest that vitamin B12 supplements can boost energy in those with sufficient levels of this vitamin. On the other hand, if you’re significantly deficient in vitamin B12, taking a supplement or increasing your intake will likely improve your energy level. In fact, one of the most common early signs of vitamin B12 deficiency is fatigue or lack of energy.
May Support Bone Health and Prevent Osteoporosis -
Maintaining adequate vitamin B12 levels may support your bone health.
One study in more than 2,500 adults showed that people with a vitamin B12 deficiency also had lower than normal bone mineral density. Bones with decreased mineral density can become delicate and fragile over time, leading to an increased risk of osteoporosis. Other studies have also shown a link between low vitamin B12 levels and poor bone health and osteoporosis, especially in women
Helps with Red Blood Cell Formation and Anaemia Prevention
Vitamin B12 plays a vital role in helping your body produce red blood cells. Low vitamin B12 levels cause a reduction in red blood cell formation and prevent them from developing properly. Healthy red blood cells are small and round, whereas they become larger and typically oval in cases of vitamin B12 deficiency. Due to this larger and irregular shape, the red blood cells are unable to move from the bone marrow into the bloodstream at an appropriate rate, causing megaloblastic anaemia. When you’re anaemic, your body doesn’t have enough red blood cells to transport oxygen to your vital organs. This can cause symptoms like fatigue and weakness.
May Improve Mood and Symptoms of Depression -
Vitamin B12 may improve your mood. The effect of vitamin B12 on mood is not yet fully understood. However, this vitamin plays a vital role in synthesizing and metabolizing serotonin, a chemical responsible for regulating mood. Therefore, vitamin B12 deficiency may lead to decreased serotonin production, which may cause a depressed mood. Studies support the use of vitamin B12 supplements for improving symptoms of depression in people deficient in this vitamin. One study in people with depression and low vitamin B12 levels found that those who received both antidepressants and vitamin B12 were more likely to show improved depressive symptoms, compared to those treated with antidepressants alone. Another study discovered that vitamin B12 deficiency was associated with twice the risk of severe depression. Additionally, high vitamin B12 levels have been linked to better treatment outcomes and an increased probability of recovery from major depressive disorder (MDD).
Though vitamin B12 supplements may help improve mood and depression in people with a deficiency, research does not currently suggest that they have the same effect in those with normal B12 levels.