Vitamin B12 is one of the most advertised vitamins. Vitamin B12 is also called cobalamine and is involved in various processes in the human body. The focus is on cell division and metabolic processes in which vitamin B12 is an important factor. However, the human body cannot produce vitamin B12 itself and must therefore be supplied to the body with food or through other sources. However, the body can store vitamin B12 over a longer period of time. A test can determine whether a person has a vitamin B12 deficiency. Whether vitamin B12 helps you lose weight has not been scientifically proven.
Everyone must decide for themselves how and in what quantity to take vitamin B12. Consultation with a doctor is advisable in any case. If necessary, a test can also help. Analysis via blood serum or urine.
Everyone also decides for themselves in which form vitamin B12 is to be taken. The following foods contain vitamin B12: meat, fish, eggs, milk and dairy products. There are various food supplements. The best known are probably capsules or drinking ampoules. There is also toothpaste that contains vitamin B12 or injections that the doctor injects intramuscularly.