Vitamin B12 is a vitamin that plays a fundamental role in red blood cell formation, cell metabolism, nerve function, and DNA production. The most important feature that distinguishes it from other B group vitamins is that it is the only vitamin containing cobalt, one of the minerals our body needs.
Zinc is a very beneficial mineral for human health. It affects more than 300 enzymes that govern metabolism, digestion, and the nervous system. It is one of the minerals that support development during childhood, adolescence and pregnancy. Adults need an average of 8 to 11 mg per day to maintain zinc levels. It is mostly found in red meat, seafood, nuts, spinach, okra, mushrooms and lentils.