Who knew that mashed potatoes with corn is a 3.5 mio
old recipe.. :)
Fortified cereals. I have no idea what that is. English isnt my first
language, but i'll look into that.
If you have any links to studies on sources of active B12,
i would be more than grateful.
Aaah the magic word is "Cyanocobalamin".
Cereals that have added B12 in the form of cyanocobalamin, which is produced by cyanobacteria. I usually have looked before on the labels out of curiosity, and it's always in this form.
Well, in terms of active B12, any form of B12 (methyl or cyano) is used to improve blood levels, therefore it is active.
Have you ever gotten a B12 shot?
Check this video : The Evolution of Human Nutrition". Very interesting and quite detailed.
Drinking from the river where fish crap and all sorts of life live in, in stead of drinking chemically neutered water.. Also not washing their fruits and veggies. is what i would imagine.. apparently indian vegans never have b12 deficiency until they move to europe or whatever.
It's simply not true. And you should think that these indian people would get enough B12 from all the dairy-products. Apparently eating dairy-products is not enough.
In 1955, Wokes et al ( 6) systematically compared a group of US, Dutch, and British vegans with nonvegetarians from those same countries and found that many of the vegans had significantly lower vitamin B-12 concentrations than did the nonvegetarians. A year later, Dhopeshwarkar et al ( 8) observed that asymptomatic Indian lactovegetarians, who make up more than half of the Indian population, had distinctly lower serum vitamin B-12 concentrations than did nonvegetarians. This was confirmed by studies from different geographic regions in India ( 7, 9– 11).
I think i'll include some shellfish once in a while in my diet, to get natural active B12.
maybe consider taking b-12 pills if your concerned
shellfish =heavy metals cadium mercury pcb's etc
Yeah i know, a lot of crap in the ocean. B12 in tablets, as far as i know, i'll
look into this, is not active B12. I might be wrong though.
does any one know
how does meat have b-12 after its been roasted or fried grilled? bacteria would die ? i have always wondered about this .
cat food and dog food have b-12 added ? cows get routine b-12 shots all the chlorine water and antibiotics every where make b-12 scarce IMO
Should be very stable, and even cooking for several hours, sholdn't break
down the vitamin. Try google B12 stability.