vitamin B12

  1. Vitamin B12 deficiency a concern for elderly

    Beat back aging with this powerful vitamin injection

    Weakness…rapid heartbeat…difficulty breathing…poor memory…depression…anxiety…numbness or tingling of hands or feet…poor coordination…

    If you’re feeling ANY of these symptoms, don’t think that it’s just what happens when you get older – and definitely don’t avoid your doctor for fear it might be something more serious.

    In fact, it might be something completely treatable and reversible!

    It might be as simple as not getting enough vitamin B12.

    A new study out of Canada shows that 14 percent of seniors in living-assisted homes were deficient in the all-important vitamin B12, with more developing deficiencies in their first year living there.

    And that’s bad, because multiple studies have linked vitamin B12 deficiency to numerous serious health conditions – like lethargy, osteoporosis, depression, and anemia.

    It’s not that the facilities are malnourishing their residents – it’s that many elderly residents can’t absorb the vitamin, no matter how much they eat.

    You see, as we get older, our bodies no longer absorb this critical vitamin from the food we eat as effectively as they once could. And the symptoms of vitamin B12 deficiency -- muscle weakness, incontinence, low blood pressure, and cognitive problems -- can easily be mistakenly dismissed as a normal part of aging.

    B12 doesn’t get the attention that it should, even though B vitamins are critical to your brain, heart, bones, and arteries. In fact, it gets almost no attention at all – which is why YOUR levels are most certainly low.

    It’s not too late to harness the healing and protective powers of vitamin B12. Injections are often the best way to correct vitamin B12 deficiency. I’ve used them on hundreds of patients, and the results can be remarkable. An influx of vitamin B12 can lift your mood, fight inflammation, and even reverse dementia.

  2. Vitamin E can slow Alzheimer's decline

    How vitamin E can ease Alzheimer's

    Alzheimer's patients are usually pumped full of meds that are worse than ineffective. Some of them can actually speed the progression of the disease and even up the risk of an early death.

    It's downright criminal, if you ask me.

    Meanwhile, safe and effective approaches are dismissed by the mainstream as alt-med nonsense.

    Well, let's see them try to dismiss this: A major new study finds vitamin E can do more for Alzheimer's patients than any dementia drug out there right now.

    That's not saying much. Like I said, the drugs are downright lousy.

    And the E isn't a cure. It won't stop or even slow the memory loss. But it WILL do something almost as important: It can preserve physical function, like your ability to bathe, get dressed and take care of yourself.

    The longer you can do that, the longer you can stay out of a care facility (or, more accurately, a lack-of-care facility).

    And the longer you stay out of those joints, the longer you stay ALIVE.

    In the new study, vitamin E was able to slow functional decline by about 6 months over two years when compared to a common dementia med. That's the equivalent of keeping one major skill that otherwise would have been lost during that time.

    Having said that, let's call this what it is: A good start. Keeping your physical function is great, but you want to keep more than that. You want to keep your mind and your memory. And despite what you've heard from the mainstream, there is a way to do just that.

    High doses of vitamin B6, B12 and folate have proven to be so effective at fighting cognitive decline that Big Pharma is working on a way to turn these ordinary nutrients into the next great dementia "drug."

    You know what they'll come up with, right? A synthetic blend that's not nearly as effective, but is 100 times the price (or more).

    To heck with that. You can get in on this miracle cure right now. I had everything you need to know, down to the exact doses of these vitamins used in the most promising clinical trials, in the August 2013 edition of my Douglass Report newsletter.

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  3. Vitamin B12 can slash your risk of cognitive decline

    B vitamins are essential to brain health, and new research shows that even slightly low levels of B12 can increase your risk of cognitive decline.
  4. Would you pay $12 billion for this?

    The 30 million Americans who take antidepressants are facing a serious mental disorder, that's for sure -- but it's not depression. It's the mass delusion that causes them to waste $12 billion a year on meds scientifically proven time and again NOT to work. The latest research confirms that these drugs are nothing more than a lie with side effects.
  5. Missing the point on depression and heart risk

    It's one of those studies that just drives me nuts: Researchers claim to have found a link between depression and heart disease… based on a study in which NOBODY had heart disease.
  6. Diabetes ups dementia risk

    If you thought diabetes was bad before, wait 'til you see what it's been connected to now...Alzheimer's disease. I'm not talking about a small risk, either. Turns out that diabetics have DOUBLE the risk of Alzheimer's disease.
  7. The real secret to a super-charged brain

    Next time some holier-than-thou vegan starts blabbering about how man wasn't designed to eat meat, ask him if he knows what powers the human brain.
  8. Are you addicted to heartburn meds?

    There's a new call for the feds to put more warnings onto common heartburn drugs. Big whooptie-do. Any warning slapped onto these meds now is way too little and far too late. Millions are already hooked on proton pump inhibitors...
  9. Stop dementia before it starts

    Yet another study has found that vitamin B12 can lower your Alzheimer's risk -- and since you can't get this key nutrient from bunny chow, find yourself a good butcher now.
  10. Babies cry out for steak!

    Researchers checked more than 4,000 pregnant women for their levels of vitamin B12, a nutrient found in meat and dairy, at the 12-week mark. Then, after giving birth, the women recorded how often their babies cried and for how long they kept the racket up.

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