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October 5, 2017 at 1:11 am #477JenBella NovaKeymaster
Vitamin B12 comes from bacteria, we seem to be deficient in these modern times because we wash our hands so much, use sterile towels continually and live in a sterile environment.
In the past we absorbed Vit B12 from the bacteria we ingested naturally, you can get Vit B12 from beef, eggs, milk and fish.
I personally get enough Vit B12 from Nutritional Yeast Flakes – you can shake these flakes onto any food and they taste yummy, like cheese – but no fat or parasites.
Vegetarians and Vegans need to make sure they take a Vitamin B12 capsule or use one of our B’s Patches. You can become deficient in Vit B12 after 3 months of not ingesting it.
Note that its not necessary to take ANY vitamin or nutrient capsule/pill every day, including fish oil. In modern times the human body is overdosed with ‘extra supplements’. You would not eat a large serving of salmon every day so why would you take 2 fish oil capsules every day. One fish capsule every few days is enough.
Excess added supplements are just wasted money, and leaves your body as waste. BUT much of it is stored and so your body (that you are trying to keep healthy) is overloaded (poisoned) with this stuff – this in turn causes disease.
The dose on the bottle is from the manufacturer and all advertising and information ongoing is just people repeating what the manufacturers says – not science – just money making advertising.
Vitamin B12 deficiency symptoms can include depression, confusion, poor memory, balance problems, tingling and numbness in the hands and feet, and more. One Vitamin B12 capsule every 2-3 days is enough, its the same with our B’s Patches you wear one a week only, and if you miss a week its ok you will have enough reserve in the body.
Vitamin B12, also called cobalamin, is a water-soluble vitamin that’s essential to red blood cell production, healthy brain and nerve function. Even a mild vitamin B12 deficiency can result in impaired mental function and low energy. Vitamin B12 also plays a role in the formation of red blood cells, so a deficiency can lead to the production of large, immature cells that are unable to properly carry oxygen.
So Vitamin B12 is really about your bodies ability to carry oxygen around your body to your cells and brain.
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