A daily dose of Vitamin B12 through shots

Filed under: Vitamin B12 Shots - 22 May 2009  | Spread the word !

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Nobody really likes getting sick and the thought of having to go to the doctor when you feel yucky is the worst feeling. Most people would rather wrestle a bear than get a shot, even though most shots the doctors give you are for your own benefit. So why would I go to the doctor to get a B12 shot? All vitamins are good for you and are required to keep you healthy and keep the immune system strong. Vitamins are micronutrients, only required in trace amounts. The B group vitamins are water soluble which means they travel smoothly and quickly through the body however they also deplete rapidly and are passes out through the normal waste disbursement process. Because they are water soluble B vitamins are required to be replenished daily. B12 shots are used to help with boosting energy levels and to help regulate other body processes. These shots can be received from a medical practitioner or private hospital.

B12 shots are a great source of the B vitamin if the body is deficient and needs a rapid boost. Vitamins are organic compounds found in food. Other than injections, B vitamins can be found in food groups such as oysters, fish, some other seafood products, beef, egg yolk and cheese. Vegemite is another fantastic source of B12 which is generally eaten at breakfast leaving you energized for the rest of the day. B12 plus foliate is a co-enzyme for the metabolizing of amino acids and is used in the process of synthesizing red blood cells and the reconstruction of DNA. So as you can see B12 is a fundamental vitamin with a lot of vital attributes. This is why the medical community designed B12 shots to be mass produced and distributed to anyone in need.

B12 aids in the formation of neural transmitters to benefit our neural pathways. B12 is also known to protect the body against heart disease. Deficiencies can cause neurological disturbances affecting the neurological pathways. Deficits or excess B12 vitamin in the body can cause complications. Deficiencies are rare and the toxicity of B12 is very low. It is recommended that if your energy levels are feeling low a B12 shot will boost your energy by speeding up required metabolic processes. Just ask your doctor for information regarding the B12 supplements.

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