Sources of Vegetarian B12
Vitamin B12, also known as cobalamin, is an essential nutrient. This vitamin is water-soluble and is stored in the liver in the human body. Vitamin B12 is usually involved in the metabolism of almost every cell in the body, and affects DNA synthesis and regulation, fatty acid synthesis and energy production. Since the human body cannot synthesize vitamin B12, fish and meat foods are the main sources of this vitamin. The recommended daily intake is 2-3 micrograms.
B12 deficiency is a common disease all over the world. There are many factors that can cause this disease. People over the age of 50 who suffer from vitamin B12 malabsorption are caused by chronic and stable parietal cell loss due to aging. People who consume low amounts of vitamins in their diets, such as vegetarians and vegans, also tend to be deficient in vitamin B12. Lack of vitamin B12 is closely related to neurological and cognitive dysfunction, and severe deficiency can lead to pernicious anemia. Although vitamin B12 deficiency is widespread, most of the illnesses are asymptomatic. Therefore, the diagnosis of B12 deficiency can only rely entirely on biomarkers. So far, there is no direct way to diagnose B12 deficiency. Symptoms of B12 deficiency include: pernicious anemia (dizziness, headache, heartbeat, numbness of hands and feet), neurological disorders (shoulder pain, low back pain, neuralgia), loss of appetite, and indigestion.
Vitamin B12 has active and inactive types. B12 usually derived from meat, milk, eggs and fish foods are all active and physiologically functional B12 vitamins. Studies have shown that Japan Sun Chlorella contains active B12 vitamins with physiological functions. Each 30 tablets (6 grams) of Sun Chlorella contains approximately 14 micrograms of B12 vitamins, which is enough to provide the daily intake of human body. In addition, Chlorella contains the highest chlorophyll content among all the green plants on the earth. Vitamin B12 and folic acid are the main elements for the production of red blood cells. For this reason, Japan Sun Chlorella can effectively improve pernicious anemia caused by the lack of B12 vitamins.
My family are vegetarians, and I am often afraid that my children do not eat meat, lack of iron, and lack B12, so I look for natural food everywhere. My friend told me that chlorella is rich in nutrients, so I started to eat it. (Japan Sun Chlorella), there is no fishy smell of other brands, and children can accept it. Since I am a vegetarian and I have two children, I often feel that I am not physically strong and dizzy. After eating, it has improved a lot.
My husband is busy at work and lacks of sleep. He slept for a whole day during the holiday and still can't recover. After eating chlorella, his physical strength is much better and he will not be so tired after socializing. He used to go to the dermatology department to rub steroid drugs, but now he doesn't need it. He felt that Chlorella did improve his physical strength a lot.
Me too. I take Sun Chlorella before going to bed. When I wake up the next day, I feel much better and more energy to take care of my children. Generally, vegetarians do not have enough protein sources. They can only rely on beans to supplement protein, but it is boring to eat beans every day. Therefore, I eat chlorella to supplement protein. After eating it, I think it’s very helpful for physical strength. For vegetarians, chlorella does provide more comprehensive nutrition. (Mrs Lee)