B12 Vitamin divider

Vitamin B12, also known as cobalamin, is a water-soluble vitamin that got its name from the fact that it contains cobalt. It plays an important role in the proper functioning of the central nervous system and participates in methylation, a process that helps, among other things, to correct errors in DNA and prevents inflammation.

Plant sources

Animal sources

Mussel 99 μg / 100 g
Sheep liver 85.7 μg / 100 g
Beef liver 83.1 μg / 100 g
Octopus 36 μg / 100 g
Oyster 29 μg / 100 g
Mackerel 19 μg / 100 g
Herring 18.9 μg / 100 g
Tuna 10.9 μg / 100 g
Sardinia 8.9 μg / 100 g
Beef 7,5 μg / 100 g
Trout 6.3 μg / 100 g
Salmon 5.5 μg / 100 g
Emental cheese 3,1 μg / 100 g
Lamb trotters 2,7 μg / 100 g
Low-fat milk 2,6 μg / 100 g
Mozzarella 2,3 μg / 100 g
Perch 2 μg / 100 g
Tilapia 1,6 μg / 100 g
Egg 1,1 μg / 100 g
Feta cheese 1.7 μg / 100 g
Shrimp 1.7 μg / 100 g
Lobster 1.4 μg / 100 g
Squid 1.3 μg / 100 g
Yogurt 1.5 μg / 100 g
Camambert 1.3 μg / 100 g
Vitaverzum

Vitaverzum

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Vitamin B12 is important in preventing anemia, as well as helping to avoid osteoporosis and various skin problems.