Vitamin-B12 Quiz

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1. Vitamin B12 is not  needed to form red blood cells and DNA.

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2. In addition to dietary sources, in what form is vitamin B12 commonly available in supplements?

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3. Which organ is primarily responsible for absorbing vitamin B12 from food?

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4. How is vitamin B12 absorbed in the body?

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5. What is the primary function of vitamin B12 in the body?

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6. Which of the following foods is a rich source of vitamin B12?

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7. What role does vitamin B12 play in nerve function?

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8. Adequate vitamin B12 is required  for neurologic development of the fetus.

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9. What is the medical term for a deficiency of vitamin B12?

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10. Anemia is a sign of deficiency of vitamin B12.

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11. Which group of individuals is most at risk for vitamin B12 deficiency?

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12. What is the recommended daily intake of vitamin B12 for adults?

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13. Vitamin B12 can be consumed through supplements.

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14. Which health condition is associated with a lack of intrinsic factor, a substance necessary for vitamin B12 absorption?

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