In the U.S., people get about 40 mcg per day from food (which is about the amount in a typical American turkey burger), but the amount of vitamin B12 in the food varies widely.
“Vitamin B12 is made in our bodies, it’s found in our bones and in the foods we eat,” Dr. Robert Pape, director of the Center for Biodeterioration and Nutrition Research at New York University, told the New York Times.
“In the case of meat, it may be because of the meat that it’s been raised on.”
The B vitamins are needed to keep the body working properly, to produce the hormones that make us feel good, and to fight off illness.
So it’s important that you get enough vitamin B1 and B2 to keep you healthy, but not so much that you don’t get enough to keep your muscles healthy.
And if you’re in a long-term relationship, it can be important to get a lot of B vitamins.
You’ll want to aim for one or two daily doses of vitamin D, which helps your skin absorb the sun’s rays.
The other nutrients that people should get are iron and calcium, as well as B12.
In general, a good source of vitamin K1 is fortified soy milk.
K1 helps prevent osteoporosis, which is a type of bone loss that can lead to heart disease, kidney disease, and stroke.
The most important vitamin K is folic acid, which provides the basic building blocks for the body’s cells, DNA, and proteins.
But even folic acids can have a bad side effect: The risk of a serious blood clot is higher if you take too much of it, and some studies have shown that taking too much folic can cause kidney damage.
And vitamin D3 is needed to make your skin produce the proteins your body needs to make collagen, the connective tissue that makes up the skin.
There’s a lot more to the process of getting your vitamin B-12 and B-2, and you can read more about the nutrients and how they affect you in our post about how to get the best B-vitamin and vitamin B2 for men and women.