12. They are good for your bones
The onset of osteoporosis becomes a looming reality as we get older. Once diagnosed, people start worrying about bone health. By then, it’s too late. We need to be concerned with the integrity of our bones from the time we are very young.
Taking steps to ensure bone health from a young age delays or avoids the occurrence of conditions such as osteoporosis. Osteoporosis can have a very negative effect on your quality of life.
Osteoporosis is caused by declining bone mass. It results in reduced bone mass, making the bones weaker and more inclined to fracture or break. Tentative research indicates that reduced bone mass is linked to low levels of Vitamin B12. This means you can improve your bone mass by making sure you have enough Vitamin B12 in your body.
Red blood cells are important role players in producing and protecting your bones. Vitamin B12 helps your body produce red blood cells. Improved blood production improves the health of your bones.