B12 (Cobalamin), is one of the eight B vitamins that is needed to ensure the proper functioning and health of nerve tissue, brain function and the production of red blood cells.
(Basically, an energy booster with vitamins.)
Why is B12 needed for the body?
Helps Maintain Energy Levels. Vitamin B12 benefits your metabolism because it’s needed to convert carbohydrates into usable glucose in the body. Glucose from carbohydrate foods is used as a form of energy, so this is the reason why people with vitamin B12 deficiencies often experience fatigue.
(Turns the sugars, starches and fibers into usable glucose for the body)
What are some of the signs & symptoms of B12 deficiency?