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There's no need to worry about this. Methylcobalamin is a natural form of B12 (found in animals including humans), whereas cyanocobalamin is a synthetic form which is cheaper to produce and considered to be slightly more stable than methylcobalamin (meaning can have a longer shelf life). Cyanocobalamin is converted into methylcobalamin or adenosylcobalamin ...


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Disclaimer: I am not a medical professional. 2 cups of lentils should be enough to cover your protein, 50% of your zinc requirements, and iron requirements for one day in addition to other food sources. Lentils contain 18 grams of protein and 8 milligrams of iron (80% of the male DRI) in each cup and are considered fruitarian since they are harvested without ...


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You can find a LOT of meatless recipies with potatoes from many parts of the world... including central/eastern Europe (I'm Czech, hi). Just a few as example: A very simple yet popular dish is new potatoes, boiled in skin, with cream cheese or sour cream and possibly fresh herbs of your choice. Potatoes (boiled, mashed, baked...) make a nice side dish to ...


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A surprising new potential source of Vitamin B12 is fortified grains, such as buckwheat. In an academic dissertation written by Chong Xie and published by the University of Helsinki in 2020, it is shown that various grains including wheat flour and buckwheat flour can be enriched in situ using the P. freudenreichii microbe. I've seen at least one commercial ...


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