Who is likely to be deficient of B12?
A deficiency in vitamin B12 often leads to pernicious or megaloblastic anemia, and neurological diseases including Shaky-Leg syndrome. B12 deficiency also makes one more susceptible to cancer, high cholesterol, and heart disease. The treatment for B12 deficiency is often with oral supplementation. However, elderly people, people born without intrinsic factor (an enzyme needed by the digestive tract to absorb B12), and people with Leaky Gut Syndrome or any digestive conditions tend to have a decreased capability to fully absorb vitamin B12 when taken orally.
How do B12 Injections help?
B12 injections are injected directly in the arm or gluteal muscles. They are all-natural, safe, painless, and generally has little to no side effects. Intramuscular B12 injections are absorbed 100% as it by-passes the digestive tract and is stored in cells and organs for energy production and many other metabolic processes. Find out more about B12 Injections.
Benefits of B12
- Increase Energy
- Reduce Stress
- Improve Mood
- Increase Immunity
- Increase Fertility Health
- Reduce Numbness and Tingling
- Increase Metabolism - Weight Loss
- Reduce Cravings
- Increase Mental Alertness
- Reduce Allergies and Asthma
Benefits of B12 | How B12 Injections Can Help
Are you often fatigued, easily stressed, or find your mood to be unstable? Do you find it hard to find the extra energy needed to get through your daily tasks? Or are you amongst those who feel depressed and weighed down by the extra body fat you carry? If your answer is yes to any of these questions, then you may be deficient in vitamin B12.
What is Vitamin B12?
Vitamin B12 is important for many of our body’s functions including the production and maintenance of red blood cells and nerve cells. Vitamin B12 works with folic acid to provide substance for the making of genetic RNA and DNA strands. The vitamin helps maintain proper nervous system function and is involved in energy production and in fatty acid biosynthesis. Vitamin B12 combined with vitamin B6 and folic acid helps reduce homocysteine levels as excess homocysteine levels have been linked to increased risk of stroke, osteoporosis, heart disease, and Alzheimer’s disease. As a side benefit, people taking extra vitamin B12 reports having higher mental alertness, energy, and elevated mood.