Vitamin B12 (cobalamin) supplementation can cost as little as $2 a year.
Fortified foods, such as some breakfast cereals and types of nutritional yeast, can provide another cholesterol-free source of vitamin B12.
This is the third of a five-part video series this week on Vitamin B12. For why one might choose supplements and fortified foods, see Safest Source of B12. Next, I cover various daily regimens in Daily Source of Vitamin B12. B12 is one of the few Vitamin Supplements Worth Taking.
And if you’re new to the issue, see my blog post, Vegan B12 Deficiency: Putting It into Perspective, for some background. If you’re that much of a nutri-nerd to enjoy these derivations, see my nine-part video series on vitamin D, starting with Vitamin D Recommendations Changed. If you’d rather just cut to the chase, see my Optimum Nutrition Recommendations.
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