The process of resorption (remodeling) involves the removal of hard bone tissue by osteoclasts followed by the laying down of new bone cells by osteoblasts. Resorption releases calcium and repairs micro-damage to bones from normal wear and tear. An imbalance between the rate of bone resorption and bone formation can lead to the development of osteoporosis and osteopenia, and possibly result in fractures.
B12 Absorption Pathway and Players Offer Unique Opportunities for Drug Delivery
Fetal Brain Development Needs DHA and DHA Needs Choline to Get There
Anything Above 55mcg B12 is Considered Excess