B12 deficiency symptoms: Three signs in your feet that can be 'permanently debilitating'

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Pernicious anaemia is an autoimmune condition whereby your immune system attacks the cells in your stomach that produce intrinsic factor; a protein your body uses to absorb vitamin B12.

Some people can develop a vitamin B12 deficiency as a result of not getting enough vitamin B12 from their diet.

According to the NHS, a diet that includes meat, fish and dairy products usually provides enough vitamin B12, but people who do not regularly eat these foods can become deficient.

“People who eat a vegan diet and do not take vitamin B12 supplements or eat foods fortified with vitamin B12, are also at risk.”



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