Vegan Diet Not Only Risk for Vitamin B12 Deficiency. You May Have a Genetic Mutation

If you are vegan or follow a mainly plant-based diet, it’s likely you have been warned about the risk of developing a vitamin B12 deficiency and take a supplement to prevent this. But if you eat meat and still have a B12 deficiency, you may have a genetic mutation.

Another Severe B12 Deficiency Makes The News. Don’t Let This Happen To You.

“You are what you eat” is a popular saying. I would like to modify that saying a bit to “You are what you eat and supplement.”

Don’t Let a B12 Deficiency Make Your Plant-Based Diet Damaging

Her motivation for becoming a vegetarian was to be healthier. Her failure to evaluate her nutrients such as B12 may have led to her becoming unhealthy.

Young Woman’s Limbs Went Numb From Vitamin B12 Deficiency.

A young woman living in Manhattan named Kelly Rissman said all of her limbs went tingly and numb due to having a vitamin B12 deficiency

Why It’s Not in Good Taste (Literally) to Not Be Proactive About Pernicious Anemia

Recently, a man’s taste buds went missing! “When a 64-year-old man stuck out his tongue for a physical exam, doctors could immediately tell something was off: Instead of a typical, textured tongue, his was smooth and shiny. It didn't take long for them to recognize why: The man's taste buds were missing,” according to one report.

This Nutrient Deficiency May Have You on Pins & Needles!

Usually when I have a really important court appearance or a very critical business meeting, you might hear me say that “I’m on pins and needles.” Some law school graduates may also describe the feeling they get while waiting for their bar exam results as being on “pins and needles.” However, for other people like myself, “pins and needles” may have an additional meaning. It may be a sensation in the calves and feet when I don’t get enough vitamin B12. It’s an uncomfortable feeling, to say the least. Another term sometimes used to refer to “pins and needles” is paresthesia.

Part of the 50 & Up Club? You Need to Make Sure You’re Getting Enough Vitamin B12

If you’re a regular reader of my blogs and are familiar with my book, it’s no secret to you that I’m all about overcoming nutrient deficiencies and imbalances. If you have too little or too much of the nutrients, like vitamins and minerals, which are needed for proper body functioning, you are likely to have health issues. Nutritional imbalance puts you at a greater risk of developing health issues such as depression and obesity. And if you already have certain health issues, like metabolic syndrome, you may need more of a certain nutrient than the average person.

How vitamin B12 can help prevent memory loss as you age

Did you know vitamin B12 is critical for brain function? When you don’t have enough of this essential vitamin -- found in foods such as beef, fish and dairy products -- you may start to experience mental decline, such as memory issues or depression.

Are you vitamin B12 deficient?

So how much do you really know about the famous vitamin B12? You see it in energy shots at the convenience store, but if that’s all you know about it, you're missing the whole picture! Read on to make sure you are not deficient in this critical vitamin.

Vitamin B12: Cure-all or waste of money?

“B12 injections given here!” Doctor’s offices, chiropractic centers and other wellness-focused operations love to advertise B12. And why not? It’s profitable, and patients swear it gives them an “energy boost.” But while a “quick fix” for irritability or fatigue might be tempting, the notion of B12 as a cure-all, and a fast one at that, has a shaky foundation.

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