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Can LOW B12 make you go crazy? Eat HIGH Vit B12 Foods! Dr. Peter Osborne
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Can LOW b12 cause dementia (brain fog), anxiety, depression? Can LOW B12 make you go crazy?

Some high vit B12 foods include: fermented dairy, egg yolk, beef, fish, lamb. High vit b12 foods are essential for a healthy microbiome and for physical and mental wellness. Antibiotics and parasites will destroy the gut microbiome, and also reduce vit B levels. Parasite-overload, iron-overload, low bioavailable copper and low vitamin A (retinol) all go together and lead to low vit b12 levels.

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FULL SHOW Can B Vitamin Deficiencies LITERALLY Make You Go Crazy?


"It has been known for over 40 years, via human volunteers, that the gut microbiota can synthesize certain vitamins, notably vitamin K, and B group vitamins including biotin, cobalamin, folates, nicotinic acid, panthotenic acid, pyridoxine, riboflavin, and thiamine...The gene set of the gut microbiota (the gut microbiome) is estimated to be about 3 million genes −150 times larger than that of the human genome...The gut microbiota makes an important contribution to human metabolism by [the] synthesis of VITAMINS..."

~ Gut microbiota functions: metabolism of nutrients and other food components

"It is a two-way street: gut microbes produce B vitamins, but B vitamins from foods also impact the composition of the gut microbiome." ~ B vitamins and the gut microbiome

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