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A vitamin B12 deficiency can have serious health implications, from simple sluggishness to slowed metabolism to chronic fatigue syndrome. Vitamin B12 assists with the production of red blood cells. Without enough vitamin B 12, the body may become anemic and weak as it struggles to produce enough red blood cells to carry oxygen to tissues and organs throughout the body.

What Causes a Vitamin B12 Deficiency?

B12 is found in eggs, milk, and cheese. If vitamin B12 is not able to be absorbed in the digestive system, or if a person’s diet is lacking enough B12, this deficiency will occur.

How Can Vitamin B12 Deficiency Be Treated?

Along with a change in diet including vitamin B12 rich foods, regular Vitamin B Complex injections will increase the body’s red blood cell production, energy levels, and metabolism. B Complex shots also act as a weight loss aid, helps reduce stress and can help relieve the symptoms of chronic fatigue syndrome. Read more about how Vitamin B12 and B Complex Vitamins can help you today! here and here.