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Cyanocobalamin – Vitamin B12 Definition
Even a slight lack of vitamin B12 may increase the risk of heart disease, depression and possibly Alzheimer’s disease. Vitamin B12, also called cobalamin, was discovered as the last of the vitamin. Vitamin B12 is one of a group B vitamin that the body stores in large quantities mainly in the liver.
The most common use of vitamin B12
Vitamin B12 protects against certain types of anemia, helps relieve depression, prevents nerve pain, tingling and numbness in the extremities. Reduces risk of heart disease and may improve multiple sclerosis and tinnitus.
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