Vitamin B12 is a central component of enzymes that are involved in various metabolic processes in the body. An essential task is the breakdown of individual fatty acids. Vitamin B12 is an essential building block in the metabolic steps necessary for these processes. If the vitamin is missing, these important bodily functions cannot be maintained. B12 is also responsible for the energy production in the mitochondria and jointly responsible for the production of important messenger substances.
- Supports the fat metabolism
- Delivery of energy
- Production of important messenger substances
- Supports the nervous system