Vitamin B-12 Booster

Vitamin B-12 is an essential water-soluble vitamin that plays an important role in many functions in the body, including; energy production, nerve cell health, red blood cell formation and neurological function. A B12 booster shot is particularly ideal during times of high stress and activity.

Vitamin supplements are very popular. People often believe they’ll act as a safety net and help to ensure adequate nutrient intake. Supplementing with vitamin B12 is particularly common, because deficiency is widespread. In fact, many people regularly get injections with vitamin B12. These are claimed to help with energy levels, brain function and weight loss, to name a few. In addition to helping with the breakdown of fats and carbohydrates to release energy, vitamin B-12 supports the creation of healthy blood, neuron, and body protein cells. It also helps control hunger and mood, which are important variables in overeating, and is an excellent treatment for those who cannot absorb vitamin B-12. A popular source of the water-soluble vitamin B-12 is a variety of foods such fish, shellfish, meat, eggs, and dairy goods. Vitamin B-12, which is crucial for DNA synthesis, is usually combined with other B vitamins in a formulation known as a vitamin B-complex. Food proteins bind vitamin B-12, which is then released by stomach acids as food is digested. B-12 is released and joins forces with something called intrinsic factor (IF) before it can do anything.

What is Vitamin B12 and What Does it Do?

Vitamin B12 is a water-soluble vitamin, also known as cobalamin. It plays a vital role in brain function and the production of DNA and red blood cells. The vitamin can be stored in the liver for a long time, so it may take a few years for a deficiency to develop Those at greatest risk of vitamin B12 deficiency are vegans and vegetarians, who get little to no B12 from the diet. Deficiency can also be caused by poor absorption. The recommended daily intake (RDI) of vitamin B12 is 6 micrograms per day. Deficiency is common, especially in people who follow a vegetarian or vegan diet. In fact, it’s thought that up to 90% of people following these diets have a deficiency. those at greatest risk of vitamin B12 deficiency are vegans and vegetarians, who get little to no B12 from the diet. Deficiency can also be caused by poor absorption naturally. However, vegans and vegetarians are not the only ones who are deficient. Even some meat eaters don’t absorb it very well   Unlike other vitamins, the absorption of vitamin B12 depends on a protein produced in your stomach, called intrinsic factor. Intrinsic factor binds to vitamin B12, so that you can absorb it into the blood. People who don’t produce enough intrinsic factor can become deficient. Deficiency is particularly common in elderly people, because the ability to absorb vitamin B12 can decrease with age. Other people at risk of deficiency include those who have had intestinal surgery, including weight loss surgery. Those with diseases that affect the gut, such as Crohn’s disease or celiac disease, are also at risk

Vitamin B12 Shots Are Very Effective

An untreated vitamin B12 deficiency can lead to neurological problems or pernicious anemia, which occurs when your body doesn’t have enough B12 to produce the amount of red blood cells it needs  Vitamin B12 shots are the most common way to prevent or treat a deficiency.  These are very effective at raising blood levels of B12 and preventing/reversing a deficiency.

Recommend x 3 weekly.



Vitamin B-12 Booster Shot $59