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Get extreme anxiety or depression from TTFD supplementation? You should read on:
Did you know that TTFD uses up SAM-e, and therefore can be taxing on methylation?
I recently had a male client who explained that TTFD therapy initially produced great increases in mental clarity, energy, and...
..and can exacerbate a deficiency, especially in large amounts.
Toxicity of Glycine for Vitamin B12-Deficient Chicks.† <- Crosses like this are scary.
"Twenty-eight day-old White Leghorn chicks which had been fed the vito B12-deficient diet shown in Table I from the day of hatching were used...
Even though this is officially considered an epidemiological study, it was a lot more controlled than that. The patients were given vitamin supplementation and compliance was enforced as much as possible. So, you can call this an open label trial. And given that the population studied was one...
So there's always various 'ingredients' to vitamins. I've to ask for B12 what is it that will absorb into the body well.
Cyanocobalamin Or Methylcobalamin ?
Why is one better than the other ?
Drugs which directly counteract nitric oxide (NO), such as endothelial receptor blockers, NO-synthase inhibitors, and NO-scavengers, may be effective in the acute treatment of migraine, but are also likely to be effective in migraine prophylaxis. In the underlying pilot study the...
Has anyone seen this? Oysters are big for Dr. Peat, and they do have 400% of the DRV B12, but 1400%! That's crazy. (A nutrition chart pops up to the right of the search results, sourced USDA)
https://www.google.com/search?client=sa ... tion+clams
The Rigth Kind of B12 is Imporant for Deficiency
Posted on December 20, 2009 by Josh & Jeanne Rubin in Digestion Disease Support Supplements
Once someone has overcome all of the hurdles to get appropriate testing and is told that they have vitamin B12 deficiency, there is still a problem to...
I'm posting this because I don't think I've seen much information about it that sounded imperative. B12 is mentioned a lot for energy, but I've been Peating for over a year and I am just learning that one of the most serious complications of hypothyroidism is a B12 deficiency...