Vitamin B-12

Drug Interactions: People using the following drugs can develop B-12 Deficiencies

  • H2 Blockers (Rantidine / Zantac)
  • Proton Pump Inhibitors (eg. Ompeprazole / Prilosec)
  • Colchicine
  • Zidovudine
  • Nitrous Oxide anestesia (Exposure)
  • Glucophage / Metformin; Phenformin

Lab Tests:

  • B – 12 levels
  • MMA ( methylmalonic acid ) shows if folate / folic acid is masking a true B-12 deficency

Dosages: 1,000 mic / ml – SUB-Q or IM every 7 days.

Cyanide is in over 300 foods. Your healthy cells can detox small amounts (cancer cells cannot detox any amount)

Anyone wanting to do high -dose B-12 must use Hydrocobalamin which is non-toxic at any dose (but doesn’t kill cancer cells)

B-12 is water based. ONLY COMBINE IT WITH OTHER WATER BASED Rx’s

Benefits of Vitamin B12

  • Synthesize carbohydrates, fats and proteins (metabolism)
  • Energy metabolism
  • Handle stress better and Reduce homocysteine(along with folate & B – 3) {coronary risk factor}
  • Immune function
  • Nerve cell function
  • Sleep aid (indirectly)
  • Decreased risk of Alzheimer’s and / or cognitive decline

Symptoms of B12 Deficiency

  • Depression
  • Paresthesia
  • Ataxia
  • Memory loss
  • Personality & Mood changes