To be absolutely sure that you have vitamin B12 (cobalamin) deficiency let measure your levels by doctor. Even the vitamin B12 deficiency is most targeted to vegetarians, vitarians or someone with a special diet, it is not uncommon by meat eaters too.
It is not the meter of how much you get of it into your digestive system but the more important is how much and how good you can vitamin B12 digest. The simplest solutions for treatment of a deficiency is to go to a pharmacy shop and buy B12 in a tablets. There many products on todays market, that are with this vitamin enriched including soy products. Even when the symptoms of deficiency can be misleading with other illnesses, the most common signs are white spot in the skin, nagging pain underneath the ring finger, memory loss, eye twitching, tickling sensation, migraines, fatigue, insomnia, digestive problem, neurological damage.
This vitamin plays are very important role in the DNA synthesis and the growth of the red blood cells. The B12 deficiency is frequently mistaken to be an Alzheimer’s. The foods highest in vitamin B12 are (from highest to lowest amount) clams, oysters, and mussels, liver, caviar, octopus, fish, crab and lobster, beef, lamb, cheese, eggs.