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Nutritional Herbal Supplement Safety and Health Diet

Is vitamin B12 safe?

Large amounts of this vitamin have been taken and there have been no reports of toxic side effects.

Excess amounts of vitamin B12 are excerted in the urine.

People on long-term medications that interfere with vitamin B12 absorbtion or use, including cholesterol-sequestering agents, certain ulcer medications, and Dilantin, should consult their physicians about vitamin B12 supplements.

How much B12 vitamin do I need?

The Daily Value for vitamin B12 is 6mcg.

A deficiency of vitamin B12 is caused from either poor intake or inadequate stomach secretion of a protein-compound called intrinsic factor needed for vitamin B12 absorption.

Vitamin B12 is stored in the body; deficiency develops slowly and symptoms do not appear for 5 to 6 years.