Written By Roxanne Goldberg
Vitamin B12 is mega important. WebMD explains it’s responsible for such big tasks as making DNA and red blood cells. You may be surprised
to learn that this vital vitamin is not made naturally in the body. We rely on food to supply us with enough vitamin B12 to keep us healthy.
If you suffer from Crohn’s disease, celiac disease, or any immune disorder, such as Grave’s disease or lupus, your doctor may have talked to
you about the dangers of a vitamin B12 deficiency. But people with those conditions are not the only ones that need worry. Vegans and
vegetarians, as well as people over the age of 50, are at particular risk. Here’s how to know if you are vitamin B12 deficient: