Date: 2 months ago   Category: Science

Scientists found out, than the shortage of B12 vitamin is dangerous


The shortage of B12 in an organism leads to development of chronic fatigue, an anemia and schizophrenia. Scientists from the Raysovsky university in Houston (USA) called the main consequences of shortage of B12 vitamin in an organism, PLoS Genetics reports. Researchers used
hearts nematodes for studying of how the diet influences work of an organism of animals.
during the experiment was unexpectedly revealed that food with the high content of B12 vitamin sharply increased resistance of worms to stressful factors and pathogens. At the same time the lack of vitamin, on the contrary, weakened immunity and led to accumulation of toxic products of disintegration of some amino acids.
according to scientists, the shortage of B12 leads also to development of chronic fatigue, an anemia and schizophrenia, and the surplus can accelerate accumulation of mutations in DNA. we Will remind
, earlier scientists opened new property of vitamin D. Besides, the vitamin prolonging youth was found. News from the Correspondent.netv of Telegram. Subscribe for our https://t.me/korrespondentnet channel

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