Vitamin B12 Supplements

Vitamins With B12

If you are deficient in vitamin B12, then you might feel fatigued, short of breath or occasionally dizzy. It can also mean that you’re more prone to develop mouth ulcers and jaundice. Vitamin B12 is abundant in red meats, meaning that B12 deficiency is most common amongst vegetarians and vegans who don’t naturally eat foods with B12 or take vitamins with B12. Nutri Advanced has a range of vitamins with B12 which not only supports healthy levels of B12 in those following a meat-free diet, but also those suffering from a B12 deficiency. Browse our range of vitamins with B12 below.
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FAQ

A deficiency in B12 most often occurs through not consuming enough B12 in your diet, but may also be the result of gastrointestinal problems. A diet that includes a balance of meat, fish and dairy products typically contains enough vitamin B12 to support your body’s requirements.

People who follow vegetarian and vegan diets may find that they become deficient in vitamin B12 over time, as they won’t be naturally consuming foods containing vitamin B12. Consuming vitamins with B12 can provide your body with the B12 levels it needs to function properly, as can increasing your natural consumption of foods rich in vitamin B12.

If you don’t consume enough vitamin B12 through your diet or take vitamins with B12 daily, then you may become deficient over time. Symptoms of low vitamin B12 include mouth ulcers and a sore, red tongue, extreme tiredness and fatigue, breathlessness, headaches, palpitations and pale skin.

It’s important that, if you are experiencing any of these symptoms of low vitamin B12, that you visit your GP as a vitamin B12 deficiency can most often be diagnosed with a blood test. Your GP may recommend taking vitamins with B12 on a regular basis to give your body the levels that it needs to function optimally.

Vitamin B12 is required for the function and development of many different parts of the body and it plays an essential role in the formation of red blood cells in your body, as well as cell metabolism, nerve function and production of DNA. Vitamin B12 can also support your body in other ways and may boost your energy, improve your memory and support heart health. As your body doesn’t naturally produce vitamin B12, it is important to support your body through the consumption of vitamin B12 in your diet or by taking vitamins with B12.

Although our bodies require vitamin B12, it is one of the many different vitamins and minerals that our bodies can’t naturally produce. As well as taking vitamins with B12, you can increase your consumption of vitamin B12 naturally through your diet. Vitamin B12 is naturally found in meats such as beef and chicken, as well as fish and seafood, such as salmon and trout. You can also get vitamin B12 from foods such as dairy products, including milk, yoghurt and cheese, eggs and breakfast cereals fortified with vitamin B12.

If you follow a vegetarian or vegan diet, then you might wonder where you can get B12 from, as you might not eat or have restricted your consumption of animal products. If you are vegetarian or vegan, then you should consider taking vitamins with B12 as part of your daily diet, but you can also get vitamin B12 from foods such as nutritional yeast, soy and almond milk, plant-based meats and tempeh.

If you think you are deficient in vitamin B12, then it’s best to get advice from your GP for the recommended strength of B12 you should take. They will be able to give an accurate dosage recommendation based on your symptoms and may suggest taking vitamins with B12 to alleviate these.