Knowing the mental benefits of B12

By | April 5, 2018| 0 Comments

Many use B12 to boost energy and keep the body’s blood cells healthy, but did you know that it actually plays a huge role in your mood and is also one of the easiest vitamins to become deficient in?

Join Celebrity Trainer, Purathrive Advisory Board Member & Organic Foods Expert, Thomas DeLauer as he explains what the myelin sheath is, how it helps nerves transmit information and how B12 plays a role in this process.

Many use B12 to boost energy and keep the body’s blood cells healthy, but did you know that it actually plays a huge role in your mood and is also one of the easiest vitamins to become deficient in?

Join Celebrity Trainer, Purathrive Advisory Board Member & Organic Foods Expert, Thomas DeLauer as he explains what the myelin sheath is, how it helps nerves transmit information and how B12 plays a role in this process.

Thomas talks about how B12 has been shown to affect your mood and how your mood affects your performance. Also, you will learn about SAMe and how it works together with vitamin B12 to form serotonin, melatonin and dopamine.

Vitamin B12 has been shown to benefit your mood, energy level, immune system, memory, heart, skin, hair, digestion and much more. You definitely want this vitamin in your body, but you need to get the right kind.

It’s important to avoid cheap B12 supplements, as many have been shown to contain cyanide.

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