Are the B12 supplements useful in the long term?
Yes, they are useful for the long term
Research is suggestive that fat soluble vitamin D is deficient in people who have digestive tract disorders such as bowel disease because vitamin D along with dietary fats are not absorbed adequately.
No, you are recommended to check with a doctor before taking vitamin B12.
High levels of serum cobalmin may be a sign of a serious, even life-threatening, disease. Hematologic disorders like chronic myelogeneous leukemia, promyelocytic leukemia, polycythemia vera and also the hypereosinophilic syndrome can result in elevated levels of cobalamin. You are recommended to check with a doctor.
The role of vitamin B 12 is very crucial as without enough red blood cells, your tissues and organs don't get enough oxygen. As a result your body cannot work well. You will suffer from weak musles, numbness and extreme fatigue.You are recommended to check with a doctor. You can either take cynocobalmin tablets or hydroxocobalamin injections to boost your vitamin B12 levels. In addition take a protein rich diet comprising of dairy, poultry and meat to increase your B12 naturally.