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Foods naturally rich in vitamin B12 include eggs, liver, shellfish, dairy products and poultry. The vitamin only occurs naturally in animal foods, but some fortified breakfast cereals also contain vitamin B12. Vegans sho... More »

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The human body needs vitamin B-12 to produce genetic material, convert carbohydrates into glucose, regulate homocysteine levels and maintain a healthy nervous system, according to the University of Maryland Medical Cente... More »

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Vitamin B-rich foods include poultry, fish, whole grains and mushrooms, which are rich in niacin; other such foods include dairy products, which are rich in vitamin B12, choline and vitamin B3. Many foods, including toma... More »

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Foods that have vitamin B12 include fish, meat, dairy products, eggs and shellfish, as stated by MedlinePlus. Vitamin B12 is only found in animal foods and is not available in plants, unless they are fortified. It is als... More »

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Many foods contain vitamin B12, but some of the foods with the highest B12 content include shellfish, liver, fish and crustaceans. Fortified cereals, red meat, low fat dairy products, eggs and cheese are other foods rich... More »

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Vitamin B-rich foods include poultry, fish, whole grains and mushrooms, which are rich in niacin; other such foods include dairy products, which are rich in vitamin B12, choline and vitamin B3. Many foods, including toma... More »

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Shellfish, liver and mackerel contain the highest levels of vitamin B12 per 100 gram serving. Clams, oysters and mussels have the highest levels among shellfish. Salmon, herring and tuna also have significant levels. Lik... More »

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