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GLOSSARY
VITAMIN B12 (METHYLCOBALAMIN)

Vitamin B12 (Methylcobalamin)

 

How does it work?

Vitamin B12 is an essential water soluble vitamin required for its role as an important cofactor for cell growth and replication, carbohydrate, protein and lipid metabolism, fatty acid synthesis and production of red blood cells.1 It has been shown to assist in converting homocysteine to methionine which then converts into SAMe, known to improve depression.2 Vitamin B12  is found mostly in animal food sources therefore deficiency is common amongst vegans, vegetarians and those consuming strict diets.3 Pernicious anaemia can exacerbate this, which is rectified with supplementation of vitamin B12.4 It has also shown to assist in alleviating symptoms of tinnitus, poor memory and depression.5

What results can be expected?

Vitamin B12 is used to treat and prevent deficiency states including pernicious anaemia and those at risk of deficiency, and may assist in reducing high homocysteine levels, depression, poor memory and tinnitus.6

1Braun, L. &. Cohen, M. (2010). Herbs and Natural Supplements (3rd ed.). Chatswood: Elsevier pp958.

2Braun, L. &. Cohen, M. (2010). Herbs and Natural Supplements (3rd ed.). Chatswood: Elsevier pp960.

3Braun, L. &. Cohen, M. (2010). Herbs and Natural Supplements (3rd ed.). Chatswood: Elsevier pp957-59.

4Braun, L. &. Cohen, M. (2010). Herbs and Natural Supplements (3rd ed.). Chatswood: Elsevier pp957-59.

5Braun, L. &. Cohen, M. (2010). Herbs and Natural Supplements (3rd ed.). Chatswood: Elsevier pp963.

6Braun, L. &. Cohen, M. (2010). Herbs and Natural Supplements (3rd ed.). Chatswood: Elsevier pp958-61.