Marmite/Vitamin B12 question

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  1. *Leah*

    *Leah* Full Member

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    I've been feeling really pants for a long time now, sleeping all the time, forgetful and generally quite 'dumb' Anyway, yesterday I was told I have a vitamin B12 defficiency. I'm over the moon that it solves all my symptoms, but now I need to organise my diet so I get more of it. I have tablets for the next 3 months, but eating more is the long term cure.

    I've found out marmite has loads of it.. is it point free or am I wishful thinking? Its only got a tiy amount of calories and no fat.

    Can anyone else reccomend any foods or meal ideas?

    I was thinking a glass of milk every day would help, but I dont like milk so thought about putting some milkshake stuff in, does anyone know any low point milk shakes?
     
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    beef, condensed milk, milk, hard cheese, pork, turkey, lamb,haddock, cod, kidneys, liver, duck, mussels, eggs, fatty fish, pate, rabbit, sardines are all exampleds of foods rich in b12

    hope this helps
     
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