Supplementing with Vitamin B12
What People Supplementing with Vitamin B12 Say
A real world conversation I recently overheard while enjoying a late afternoon pick me up coffee.
Guy: “Hey Lisa, You are looking good. How are those B injections going?”
Girl - “They are going great, thanks for asking.”
Guy - “So you noticed a big difference?”
Girl- “I would say my life has changed a lot since we last spoke. I feel much healthier and more energetic since I started the B12 injections.”
Guy – “Feeling happier after your B vitamin shots?”
Girl – “It’s a vitamin not a narcotic Bob, but I do feel more positive.”
Guy – “Well I had read that some people feel euphoric after an injection.”
Girl – “Everyone has a different reaction.”
Guy – “Yah, that makes sense. Let’s chat again soon. Keep it up, you are looking delicious.”
Girl– “Oh Bob, you’re such a charmer. See you sooner than later, okay?”
This is a common gym, coffee, or office conversation that you might have overheard, partook or had passed onto you.
Are you wondering if you could benefit from B12 injections? Many people already are and let’s look at why.
B vitamins perform a wide variety of jobs for our bodies. All of them assist in turning food into fuel and together contribute to healthy skin, hormone levels and hair while aiding our nervous system function.
B12 additionally has a beneficial effect on liver function and the nervous system.
B12 activates the coagulation of blood in high doses causing an increase in the activity of actions that aid in blood coagulation.
Additionally, B12 helps produce DNA, maintains ENERGY, reduces risk of pernicious anemia, enables the body to grow and develop, supports mental and emotional stability, reduces heart disease, builds and tones muscles and helps in the production of red blood cells.
Vitamin B12 deficiency is especially common among vegetarians and vegans, but it's also surprisingly common in meat eaters too.
Because vitamin B12 can only be absorbed in the small intestine, and due to common intestinal ailments and surgeries, many meat eaters who consume high levels of B12 are unable to absorb it in their intestines.This leads to a series of seemingly "mystery" health symptoms that actually have a simple common cause - Vitamin B12 deficiency!
Check Your B12 Levels!