Vitamin B12 is a water soluble vitamin, more often referred to as the ‘energizing vitamin’. This vitamin, contrary to popular belief, is actually found naturally in the soil, and is produced by a bacteria that lives there. This means that you will be able to get your daily required amount of this vitamin, from even an adequate plant based diet. You can grow an organic garden, full of vitamin B12 foods, which will help you with your quest for a healthy living.
Vegetarian animals, like large vegetarian mammals, get their share of vitamin B12 directly from this bacteria. Carnivore animals, who eat herbivores, get this vitamin out of these grass-eating herbivores. Life cycle as its finest, and mother-nature got it all figured out. By growing an organic garden, you will enjoy fresh food that is rich in nutrients, including vitamin B12, which is considered to be a meat-only vitamin, mistakenly of course.
A great addition to your garden would be a sugar leaf – Stevia. This plant is a wonderful genus of 240 different sub-plants, of which one kind is used mainly for the consumption as a sweetener. This leaf is hundred times more sweet than its alternatives, the table sugar or artificial sweeteners. Stevia side effects are not apparent, and no serious study has been made to determine its risks. However, the local people of South America (Brazil to Paraguay) have been using this plant for hundreds of hundreds of years, without any problem.
You can get organic non-genetic engineered Stevia seeds from seed exchange communities, for a small fee. Their mere goal is to spread the seed and prevent it from being extinct, in the world of heavily genetic-engineered plants. Good luck with your goal of achieving a great health and body condition, I am sure that you will find Stevia an extremely wonderful addition to your diet. Promised.