Vitamin B12

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B12 vitamin is also called cobalamin. It is a vitamin required for the formation of red blood cells and the normal functioning of the nervous system. B12 deficiency when untreated can cause anemia and severe and irreparable damage to nerve tissues and brain. Individuals with Pernicious anemia or patients with Crohn's disease are most of the times unable to absorb vitamin B12.

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