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New scientific study. Vitamin B12: Essential for tissue repair

New scientific study. Vitamin B12: Essential for tissue repair

Un estudio liderado por el instituto IRB Barcelona de investigación biomédica ha investigado el papel de la B12 en la reprogramación celular, un proceso que se considera que imita las primeras fases de la reparación de los tejidos. Este nutriente se consigue en alimentos como pescados, carne roja, carne blanca, huevos, leche y otros productos lácteos.

Vitamin B12 is a well-known micronutrient that has long been known for its essential role in maintaining nerve function, contributing to the production of red blood cells, and facilitating DNA synthesis, all of which vital processesfor general health.

Considering the abundance of vitamin B12 in the mice's normal diet, the researchers were surprised to observe that a B12 supplement significantly improved the efficiency of reprogramming.

Fountain of life

Vitamin B12 is found naturally in foods of animal origin and is generally not present in plant foods. Fortified breakfast cereals, for example, are an available source of vitamin B12.

What happens when there is B12 deficiency? The Vitamin B12 deficiency is found mainly in:

  • Over 50 years old.
  • In those people who follow a vegetarian or vegan diet.
  • In patients who have had stomach or intestinal surgery.
  • In people with digestive system conditions such as celiac disease or Crohn's disease
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