Tag: vitamin b12

Follow These Practices to Maximize the Benefits of Supplementation

Follow These Practices to Maximize the Benefits of Supplementation

| Jan 28, 2018

Supplementation is still a controversial topic. Despite tens of thousands of studies demonstrating the benefits of correctly taking nutritional supplements, skeptics still have their doubts about whether supplementation is necessary or even helpful in any way. Later in this article, we’ll cover best practices for optimizing the benefits of your nutritional supplement regimen. We would […]

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Doctor Banned for Uncovering the Wonders of Vitamin B12

Doctor Banned for Uncovering the Wonders of Vitamin B12

| Oct 6, 2016

We’ve written previously about the many benefits of vitamin B12, as well as the dangers of being deficient in it. A growing number of physicians believe that vitamin B12 deficiency is to blame for a wide variety of chronic and degenerative conditions, including depression (and other mood disorders), multiple sclerosis, dementia, infertility, autoimmune dysfunction, cancer, […]

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The Silent Epidemic: Why Vitamin B12 Deficiency is Dangerous

The Silent Epidemic: Why Vitamin B12 Deficiency is Dangerous

| Jun 24, 2016

We’ve written about vitamin and mineral deficiencies before. As mainstream sources continue to downplay the importance of supplementation—often even dubbing store-bought vitamins and minerals as “useless”— the rate of deficiency continues to skyrocket. Of all vitamin deficiencies, vitamin B12 deficiency is perhaps one of the most dangerous. A growing body of research shows that deficiency […]

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