What Cobalt Does? Cobalt is a constituent of Vitamin B12 (Which is required for synthesis of DNA, A Bio-Chemical-An Essential Nutrient-Choline & RBC’s). It is stores in Our Plasma/RBC’s, Spleen, Liver, Pancreas & Kidneys. It does or is required for following:
- Daily Growth & maintenance of Body Cells,
- Main constituent of Cobalamin (Vitamin B-12),
- Active Role in the production of RBC’s in The Body,
- Regulates Casein & Phosvitin (Family Of Related Phosphoproteins),
- Has a role in carboxypeptidase (Enzymes-Pancreatic Functions), Carbonic Anhydrase (Enzymes which convert CO2 + H2O to Bicarbonates) & Metallo-Enzymes (Enzyme Proteins containing Metal Ions – 1/3rd Enzymes are Metallo-Enzymes),
- Being part of Vitamin B12, has an active role in Nervous System-Metabolic Processes of the body (Including Repair of Myelin Sheath),
- Proper functioning of our Pancreas,
- Has a Role in Body’s absorption of Vitamin-C & Iron,
- Keeps cardiovascular Processes Stabilised in The Body,
- Optimum Nervous System – Holds Myelin (Nerve Covering) in Place.
Reasons for Shortage of Cobalt: Un-Balanced Diet
Rich Source of Cobalt: Please understand Cobalt Content in a Plant Source would entirely depend on the Quality/Bio-Composition of The Soil but Then “The Modern technology….No Comments – The Chemical Laden Pesticides & Fertilisers & GMO’s….May The Sense Prevail….Amen…!!”
Plant Sources: Green Leafy Vegetables (Spinach), Beet Greens, Cabbage, Figs, Kelp, Lettuce, Mushrooms, Broccoli, Whole Grains, Oats, Nuts.
Animal Sources: A2 Milk, Organ & Muscle Meats, Oysters, Fish.
Daily Recommended Values:
Adults: Not Specified Directly but DRV for B-12 is 1.5-2.5 mcg/Day.
Contra-Indications: High Doses may lead to:
- Reduced Men Fertility,
- Destabilise Cardiovascular Functions – Cardiac Arrest,
- Over-Production of RBC’s,
- Damage to Thyroid Glands.