Cobalt is an essential trace metal and it is a constituent of Vitamin B12.
We get Cobalt from the soil, and intensive farming has depleted this element from our food. Vegetarians can be deficient in Cobalt.
Inadequate intake results in anaemia.
At a Glance...
Cobalt is a constituent of Vitamin B12 (cobalamin), which is important to maintain healthy nerve tissue. Cobalt is also involved in the formation of red blood cells.
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