Low vitamin B12 levels linked to autism, schizophrenia – study

Vitamin B12 deficiency, which affects up to 40% of the population, may contribute to autism, schizophrenia and a defective nervous system, research shows. Vitamin B12 helps the body produce DNA, red blood cells, proteins, hormones and lipids (fats). It’s also important for a healthy nervous system,...

Treat vitamin B12 deficiency early to avoid nerve damage

Vitamin B12 deficiency, which contributes to fatigue, anaemia, lethargy and depression, is believed to affect about 40% of the population and may cause permanent nerve damage if not treated in time.   Other ailments linked to low levels of B12 include poor memory, brain “fog”, pins and...

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