With sanitary standards and soil conditions the way they are in America today, vitamin B12 supplementation is something for everyone to consider. We used to get this important vitamin by eating foods like carrots right out of the garden without a thorough washing. For adults under age 65 Dr. Michael Gregor recommends 250 mcg a day or 2,500 mcg a week in the form of cyanocobalamin.

Nutritional Yeast is another healthy way to get B12 (try one of my very favorite recipes: Eat Everyday Cheesy Sauce under the Dressings and Sauces section at HealthyFactsInc.com), Please visit NutritionFacts.org for more information.

Symptoms of B12 Deficiency may include: 
Poor appetite
Digestive problems
Mood changes like depression and anxiety
Poor memory
Feel dizzy
Joint pain
Constantly feeling tired

B12 Benefits:
Helps maintain Energy Levels
Boosts Mood
Healthy Skin and Hair
Healthy Pregnancy
May Help Prevent Cancer
Aids in Digestion
Prevents Memory Loss