30
Jun
2017

Ways to get B12 into your diet

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Tired? Depressed? Feeling run down? You may not have enough B12 in your diet. Although these symptoms can be caused by different imbalances in the body, it could be an indicator of a B12 deficiency. Hypocobalaminema is the medical term for vitamin B12 deficiency. B12 deficiency affects physical and mental health. Some of the main causes of this condition are medications, genetics, malnutrition, poor digestion, chronic inflammation of the stomach, intestinal parasites, etc. If not treated in time the lack of B12 can lead to development of blood diseases and neurological issues.

The B12 vitamin has a lot of benefits such as elevated mood, increasing energy levels, helping improve memory and helping enhance your memory. There are many roles that B12 is vitally important in, like brain function, DNA production, immune system and production of nerve and blood cells.

Now when looking to enhance in your diet the following are the foods to ensure you include: meat, dairy, eggs, shellfish and generally all animal products.

Here are some delicious recipes and helpful tips that you can try out in help increase your B12 intake.

1. Vitamin B12 supplements

Not all supplements are created equally. You will want to find one that is best for you and it is suggested that you buy a B complex complete with folic acid. This will allow your body to not be thrown out of balance with other vitamins. It helps create a more balance of overall with B vitamins in the body.

2. Vitamin B12 shots

Vitamin B12 shots are another route to help your body fight the deficiency. A usual ay is that when a person starts vitamin B12 shots there is more of an intense schedule at first and then after a while the frequency is backed off. But it is strongly recommended that you work with your doctor for the correct dosage and frequency.

3. Adding foods that have B12

Adding healthy meats and animal products to you diet can help boost your vitamin B12. Meats such as beef, chicken and fish also eggs and dairy can significantly increase your B12. Here are some recipes that are not only tasty, but healthy.

1. Lemon-Garlic Shrimp & Vegetables

This is a wonderful recipe that is simple and tasty!

http://www.eatingwell.com/recipe/249648/lemon-garlic-shrimp-vegetables/

2. Grilled Pesto Salmon Kebabs

Want a fun, delicious way to eat salmon? Check out this recipe with salmon recipe!

Recipe 7 – http://dailyburn.com/life/recipes/vitamin-b-healthy-recipes/

3. Mac and Cheese Scrambled Eggs

This is a nostalgic treat adds B12 to your diet and takes two amazing dish and combines them into something you will not want to miss!

Recipe 9 – http://dailyburn.com/life/recipes/vitamin-b-healthy-recipes/

These three ways that you can ensure your body get the B12 into your diet. Just think that an elevated mood and more energy could be just around the corner. A heathy diet with the correct vitamins and minerals can increase health benefits dramatically and prevent disease and illness.

Happy Eating!

http://www.prevention.com/health/signs-of-b12-deficiency