How do your genes influence your vitamin B12 levels?

Vitamin B12 is essential for your health! It is a cofactor for biological reactions such as creating the myelin sheath in nerve cells and the synthesis of DNA (rather important!). A lack of vitamin B12 (also known as cobalamin) can create a cascade of effects. [ref]

There are several genes that can influence your absorption, transport, and need for vitamin B12.  Some people need higher amounts of B12, and some people thrive on different forms of B12. Looking at your genetic data may help you ...


 

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