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Vitamin B12 is essential for the production and protection of red blood cells. a deficiency in B12 can result in several types of illness including: anemia, fatigue, weight loss, and depression.
Vitamin B12 can be difficult to find in the levels needed to stimulate the positive effects of having it in your system without supplementation. Naturally, it can be found in fresh meats, poultry, dairy, and eggs. Also some breakfast cereals are fortified with Vitamin B12, but it is easiest to consume this product through supplementation.
* RESULTS MAY VARY
Take once daily, preferably with a meal.
Consult your physician before taking if you are pregnant, nursing, or under 18 years of age. Stop all consumption in the case of adverse effects and please consult your physician immediately.
Q. What are the side effects of taking Vitamin B12?
A. Vitamin B12 should work well when used in conjunction with most medications. In some cases medications can lower the body’s usage of Vitamin B12, resulting in a deficiency. No negative side effects have been reported in those that take more than the recommended amount.
Q. When should I take this supplement?
A. Once daily and with a meal. The time of day will not change this effect as long as it is regular.
Q. How much Vitamin B12 should I take?
A. Do not take more than the prescribed amount without first consulting your physician.
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