Vegetarian

  • Date: May 27, 2014
  • Category: Health

B-12 500 High Potency Mist Can Be an Alternative to Costly, Painful Injections

Vitamin B12 is found primarily in meat, and if an individual is a vegetarian, it is essential that they take a vitamin B12 supplement, because the usual dietary source of vitamin B12 are organ meats like liver, and dairy products. An individual’s daily Vitamin B12 requirement is very small, but government studies show that the American intake from their diet is less than 70% of the reference daily value (DV). Not only is the intake below recommended levels, but as people get older, the ability to absorb B12 from the diet decreases due to lower secretion of “intrinsic factor” and the onset of other digestive complaints.