Establishing the relationship between inflammatory markers like IL-6 and CRP [and vitamin B12 levels] could have direct clinical relevance and open doors to novel therapeutic strategies.
#B12 #Inflammation #Homocysteine
Domínguez-López, I., Kovatcheva, M., Casas, R., Toledo, E., Fitó, M., Ros, E., Estruch, R., Serrano, M., & Lamuela-Raventós, R. M. Higher circulating vitamin B12 is associated with lower levels of inflammatory markers in individuals at high cardiovascular risk and in naturally aged mice. Journal of the Science of Food and Agriculture. https://doi.org/10.1002/jsfa.12976
B12, Homocysteine, Inflammation, interlukin-6, CRP, IL-6 C reactive protein, diabetes, cancer, atherosclerosis, B12 deficiency