The Importance of Vitamin B12
The only downside to veganism
There are very little disadvantages to consuming a vegan diet. Whether you’re a vegan pro, or just starting out, I’m sure you can agree that contributing to veganism is incredibly rewarding. Veganism gives you the power to protect the environment and welfare of animals. Not to mention the nutrient rich foods are mouth wateringly good and do an array wonders for our health and well-being.
However, the only downside to veganism – vitamin B12 deficiencies.
Vitamin B12 is a vital nutrient that helps keep our body’s nerve and blood cells healthy and helps to make DNA, the genetic material in all cells. Vitamin B12 also helps prevent a type of anemia called Megaloblastic anemia that makes people tired and weak. Unfortunately, foods that are highest in B12 tend to be animal products, meaning vegans and vegetarians are at high risk to B12 deficiencies.
A Vegan’s best friend
Brand new from the NaturaVits line, our high strength Vitamin B12 capsules ensure that you get your essential vitamin B12 intake without having to eat animal products. In order for you to experience Vitamin B12’s maximum potential, we have designed high potency, easy to consume capsules. Ensuring that you don’t miss out on any of the good stuff!
It is very important that you incorporate Vitamin B12 capsules you’re your vegan diet, as B12 deficiencies are associated with:
- Cardiovascular disease,
- Weakness and fatigue,
- Psychiatric and cognitive problems,
- Alzheimer’s disease and other types of cognitive impairment,
- Neuropathy or nerve pain,
- B12 deficiency in the elderly can increase the risk of weakness, frailty and disability
- Increase the risk of bone fracture
Here at NaturaVits, we pride ourselves on using 100% natural, plant-based ingredients. Our Vitamin B12 capsules are suitable for vegan, Kosher and Halal diets.
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Vegan or not, by using our products, you are contributing to healing the planet. We thank you for that.