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Cobalamin

Cobalamin

Cobalamin: Cobalamin is a water soluble vitamin that is not stored effectively in the body and requires a daily intake to maintain health. Cobalamin is found naturally in fish, eggs, meats, dairy products. Cobalamin is essential for many aspects of health, including carbohydrate, protein, and fatty acid metabolism, and healthy growth and development, nerves, blood cells, skin, hair and gene production.

Adequate Amounts Claimed As Beneficial For Conditions: Cobalamin

Adequate amounts of Cobalamin are claimed to be potentially beneficial for:

Adequate Amounts Claimed As Preventative For Conditions: Cobalamin

Adequate amounts of Cobalamin are claimed to be potentially preventative for:

Toxicity/Overdose Risks For Supplement Or Excessive Intake: Cobalamin

Excessive intake of Cobalamin may involve the following risks:

Descriptions of Cobalamin

Cobalamin: A B 12 vitamin. It has been used therapeutically in the treatment and prevention of VITAMIN B 12 DEFICIENCY.
Source: Diseases Database

Cobalamin : complex nucleotide produced by certain bacteria consisting of a porphyrin like corrin ring cooordinated with a cobalt ion, a phosphoribose, and a 5,6-dimethylbenzimidazole base.
Source: CRISP

Cobalamin: Other Names

Other names for this supplements (Cobalamin) include:

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