Vitamin B12 Deficiency Is Not Only A Vegan / Vegetarian Problem! Ep311

Many people blame a vegan or vegetarian diet for Vitamin B12 deficiency, but there are other factors besides diet that can cause deficiency.

If you think you may be deficient, go and get tested!

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Vitamin B12 Deficiency Is Not Only A Vegan / Vegetarian Problem! Ep311

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6 thoughts on “Vitamin B12 Deficiency Is Not Only A Vegan / Vegetarian Problem! Ep311

  1. Hello, I just wanted to say thank you for this information! My grandmother lost her sense of smell after taking antibiotics about a year and a half ago and I think that she may have a b12 deficiency. I have informed her of this and she is going to get tested.

  2. Natasha, you are right on the money. My meat eating parents have been told that they are B12 deficient, my parner is B12 deficient and it is due to malabsorbtion. Your video, episode 310 reminded me of Jacqui’s issues and what that deficiency looks like. We had been using Vitamin Code’s raw B12, which is a great product, however, if you have malabsorbtion issues, it does not get into your body. Jacqui was having symptoms again, anxious, cold, pain in limbs and numbness and when I saw your video, I got her to get back on the sublingual we had been taking. Today, the symptoms are decreasing and she is feeling better, thanks for the reminder!!

  3. Nice video, the B12 problem is something I have worried about as a new vegetarian. Thanks for sharing!
    -Tommy
    switchtoveggies.com

  4. Hi, one more disease that can cause the B12 deficiency is hypothyroidism (Hashimoto for sure!). As long as one has low levels of thyroid hormones, one can have problems with B12 absorption. Worth checking! It’s not that incommon, unfortunately. (The same goes with “Fe” levels, BTW).

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