vegetarians, and especially vegans, have a tough time getting enough Vitamin B12, an essential nutrient that pretty much only comes from animal sources, such as eggs, chicken, beef, and dairy products. Even Vegan advocates in documentaries like concede that Vegans will do best if they take supplemental B12. As an aside, if you’re planning on getting your B12 from eggs, think again, the bioavailability of the B12 in eggs is low, and it’s especially low if you eat your eggs scrambled. If you’re not getting enough B12, you likely won’t feel your best. B12 deficiency can responsible for things like anxiety, problems with sleep, low energy and even memory loss, but a true deficiency is tough to identify. SO what is the alternate for Vitamin B12 and how to avoid the problem caused by Vitamins?