posted on Jan, 8 2013 @ 02:21 PM
after reading the benefits of Liposomal vitamin C I have a question. Would the same procedure work with vitamin b 12? I'm a smoker= 1 pack a day
and I drink but not that much lets say 1 or 2 drinks a month. As well as piracetam Nootropic drugs. I guess the question I'm asking is if this
procedure helps to break down the vitamin better for absorption in the human body so its effectiveness is multiplied or does this only work with
could using this method have bad side effects?
This vitamin is also called cobalamin. People who complain about feeling tired all the time are usually asked to take this vitamin. This vitamin
certainly helps those suffering from chronic fatigue. It can boost one's energy levels. It helps in maintaining a healthy nervous system and aids in
speeding up metabolism. It also regulates the growth of red blood cells.
The recommended dietary allowance (RDA) of cobalamin for infants below the age of 6 months is 0.4 mcg, while infants who fall in the age group of 6 to
12 months is 0.5 mcg.
For children in the age group of 1 to 10 years, the RDA ranges between 0.7 mcg to 2 mcg.
For children aged 11 and above and adults, the RDA is 2.4 mcg.
The RDA for pregnant women and nursing mothers is 2.6 mcg and 2.8 mcg respectively.
The absorption of this vitamin decreases with age which is why aged people might need to take this in form of supplements. Though a person is not
likely to overdose on this vitamin as it is water-soluble, excess of anything is bad. If you have been experiencing a tingling sensation on the right
side of your body, that might be one of the warning signs. Other side effects include insomnia, panic attacks, heart palpitations or
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