That’s because vitamin B12 is found naturally in a wide variety of animal foods and is added to some fortified foods.
“Plant foods have no vitamin B12 unless they are fortified,” explains the National Institutes of Health (NIH).
How to treat it
Naturally, the treatment for vitamin B12 depends on what’s causing the condition.
Busting B12 myths
“Most are based on poor or faulty evidence,” warns the health body.
It adds: “For now, it’s best to get enough vitamin B12 to prevent a deficiency, and not look to it as a remedy for what ails you.”
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