Sources of Vitamin B12.
B12 (also referred to as cobalamin) is sometimes overlooked in diets, but it plays a crucial role in everyday functioning – for one thing, it’s responsible for the production of red blood cells, which distribute oxygen to organs in your body. It doesn’t occur naturally in your body, so you either have to get it through food, or supplements, or vitamin injections.
So, here are eight meals, eight sources of vitamin B12.
There are a handful of shellfish that deliver a healthy punch of B12, so we’ll group them altogether here. For example, clams rank high for B12, potassium, and iron, which calls clams a “surprising king of the superfoods”.
Then there are oysters, a “top source” of B12 and also high in iron, and crabs (which fall under the crustacean category), which apparently contain 9.8-micrograms of B12 per 3-ounces (which is significantly more than beef). “If you buy red and blue king crabs, look for ones from the U.S,” notes the site. Mussels also rank very high on the B12 hierarchy.
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