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Are you getting enough B12?

There are very few reasons to take supplements, but getting enough of this vitamin may be one of the most important. Vitamin B12 may not be high on your nutritional radar, yet it is essential to some of the bodyís most important functions, like forming red blood cells and maintaining nerve function. Doctors donít routinely test for vitamin B12 levels, so vitamin B12 deficiency can go unnoticed. But over time, such deficiency…

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