Our Secret To Always Staying Energized: Vitamin B12
Health is the foundation of every dream we set out to accomplish, as it fuels the body and mind to work in synergy and verve to achieve our goals. When we are in the best of health we simply get-up-and-go for the things we desire. There is simply no stopping our zest for life. We begin to value the good things around us and get the strength to sail through difficult times with a positive attitude. Health is the buttress that holds us together and provides us with the energy required to live a meaningful and fulfilling life everyday.
Nature has provided us with a source of energy and vitality in the form of food. By consuming healthy and nutritious food we can cater to the daily nutritional requirements of our body. A regular supply of vitamins and minerals are vital for growth, repair and production of energy needed for the life-sustaining functions of all organs. Although all vitamins are essential and play unique roles in nourishing the body, Vitamin B12 is a magic nutrient that keeps the body always energized and ready to go.
Vitamin B12 helps the body to convert food into energy-giving glucose. It is required for production of red-blood cells that carry oxygen to all parts of the body. This essential vitamin is required by the body to synthesize DNA. Vitamin B12 helps to keep the nerve cells healthy and boost immunity by aiding regeneration of bone marrow as well as the lining of the gastrointestinal tract, thereby improving the absorption of nutrients and preventing bowel disorders like gastritis. It is also essential for pregnant and menstruating women as it prevents spinal and central nervous system birth defects in babies.
Vitamin B12 deficiency = Energy deficit
The most common symptom of Vitamin B12 deficiency is fatigue and weakness. Since it is a vital nutrient that helps the body breakdown food and release energy. Its deficit leaves us lethargic and weary the entire day. We begin to lose the luster of skin and hair, which become pale and dull due to vitamin B12 deficiency.
Low levels of this vitamin also causes trembling and imbalance in the body along with a prickly sensation in hands and feet.
In order to lead a quality life we must feel energetic at all stages, but as we age our body is unable to absorb vitamin B12 efficiently. This is why we must up our intake of supplements to slow down aging and retain essential micronutrients in the body that start to diminish with age.
Vegetarians and vegans are highly susceptible to vitamin B12 deficiency since it is mostly from animal-sourced foods like poultry, meat, fish, eggs and dairy products are rich natural sources of vitaminB12. Vegetarians must include dairy foods like milk, curd, yoghurt, buttermilk and cheese in their daily diets, which are vegetarian food sources of vitamin B12. Vegans can eat mushrooms, fortified cereals, nutritional yeast, seaweed and fortified non-dairy milk- soy, almond, coconut and supplements to get adequate vitamin B12.
Vegan Vitamin B12 MeltsWellbeing Nutrition’s rapid dissolving nano strips, Vegan Vitamin B12 Melts, contain vegan B12 formulated with a bioactive form of B12, methylcobalamin, which has the highest potency at 99% purity. It's an essential vitamin that helps support a healthy nervous system, boost metabolism and provide lasting energy. Each dose of Wellbeing Nutrition’s Vegan Vitamin B12 provides complete nutrition to remain energized all-day long.
This supplement is prepared using a patented nano technology that extracts essential plant-based ingredients and converts them into tiny molecules - aka nanoparticles. Studies have proven that Vitamin B12 and folate together, provide enhanced benefits by increasing formation of red blood cells and stimulating DNA synthesis.
Folate is immediately converted in the digestive tract into the active form of vitamin B9. It plays a key role in red blood cell formation and aids healthy cell growth. It also converts carbohydrates into energy, helps produce DNA and RNA, and plays a crucial role in preventing anemia.
For both body and mind to feel energetic and fresh throughout the day, one must nourish the body with a steady, reliable source of energy, all day long. Wellbeing Nutrition’s Vegan Vitamin B12 melts contains BacoMind® a patented, clinically tested 'memory and cognition enhancing' extract that contains 9 bioactives of Bacopa Monnieri. This scientifically developed phytochemical composition helps maintain and improve cognitive health.
When you are choosing a supplement to improve the quality of your daily life then it is advisable to go for the one that provides nutrients from 100% natural sources. Vegan Vitamin B12 Melts ensure a precise dose of therapeutics that interact in synergy to have a reciprocal reaction. This increases the efficacy of the entire formulation leading to more bioavailability and better as well as faster absorption of nutrients.
These oral thin strips also contain curcumin that provides antioxidant and anti-inflammatory benefits for cardiovascular support and protection at a cellular level.
When you are bubbling with energy and are full of vigor, you can make the best of each day. Your physical health impacts your mental health and vice versa. Feeling energetic inside-out highly depends on our daily diet and lifestyle. Key nutrients like Vitamin B12 play a crucial role in making us feel peppy throughout our lives. Life is in the now, what you do in the present will lay the foundation for your future, what you eat today will show up in your health tomorrow.
That is why we believe - good eating habits lead to feeling good too!
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