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The Science Behind Energy Boosting B6 & B12

Despite what the name suggests, B12 is one of only eight B vitamins. It is one of the most researched and studied vitamins because of the pivotal role it plays in many bodily functions. B6 is another B vitamin that works in tandem with vitamin B12 to help keep your nervous system and metabolism on track.

Like most other vitamins, B12 and B6 aren’t made by the body. You have to get these vitamins through either food or supplements. Vitamin B6 is in many foods from meats to starchy vegetables to fruit. However, vitamin B12 is only found in fortified foods and protein-rich foods like fish, poultry, beef, eggs and milk. <Read More>

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The Science Behind Energy Boosting B6 & B12

Despite what the name suggests, B12 is one of only eight B vitamins. It is one of the most researched and studied vitamins because of the pivotal role it plays in many bodily functions. B6 is another B vitamin that works in tandem with vitamin B12 to help keep your nervous system and metabolism on track.

Like most other vitamins, B12 and B6 aren’t made by the body. You have to get these vitamins through either food or supplements. Vitamin B6 is in many foods from meats to starchy vegetables to fruit. However, vitamin B12 is only found in fortified foods and protein-rich foods like fish, poultry, beef, eggs and milk. <Read More>