What do all of these diseases have in common?
- Alzheimer’s, dementia, cognitive decline and memory loss (collectively referred to as “aging”)
- Depression, anxiety, bipolar disorder, psychosis
- Learning or developmental disorders in kids
- Autoimmune disease and immune dysregulation
Answer: they can all mimic the signs and symptoms of vitamin B12 deficiency.
(So, next time you or someone you know is “having a senior moment”, remember: it might not be “just aging”. It could be B12 deficiency.)
B12 deficiency isn’t a bizarre, mysterious disease. It’s in every medical textbook. Its causes and effects are well-established in scientific literature. However, B12 deficiency is far more common than most health care practitioners and the general public realize.
In this eBook, you’ll learn:
- How is B12 deficiency commonly missed or misdiagnosed?
- What is B12, how does it work and why do you need it?
- What are the best sources of B12?
- What may be preventing you from absorbing the B12 you are getting?
- How can you find out whether you are deficient in B12?