Normally, the body’s reserves of vitamin B12 surpass daily requirements, but in certain cases, a deficiency can occur.
In the case of vitamin B12 deficiency, the symptoms can be subtle or even non-existent. Diarrhea, constipation, fatigue, loss of appetite and pale skin are some of the symptoms associated with this condition.
Here are some of the possible causes:
Poorly balanced vegetarian diet
Insufficient intake during childhood, breastfeeding and pregnancy
Alexandre Grimod of Reynière, French gastronome and author of Almanach des Gourmands at the beginning of the nineteenth century, called veal the “chameleon of the kitchen”.
Its flavour varies greatly depending on its method of breeding, age and place of origin. It also varies according to the different types of cuts that make it possible to prepare different dishes.
Once reserved only for the richest or for special occasions, it is nowadays accessible to all. Its meat is lean, ...