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Methylcobalamin B12 Injections

Methylcobalamin B12 Injections

Super Strength B12 with a Methyl Group. At Natural Bio Health, our clients receive the Methyl form of B12. Clients receive weekly injections. Phentermine clients receive a monthly injection. Our Bioidentical Hormone clients order them for the many health reasons listed below.

Why Methyl? Approximately 40% of the population are non-methlylators. This means their bodies do not process efficiently non-methyl forms of B12 like cyanocobalamin and their ability to produce neurotransmitters is impaired. Many taking B12 do not see results because they have the non-methlylator gene.

This is particularly important for a key health indicator, homocysteine, a toxic waste by-product of protein and amino acid metabolism. Methylation helps convert homocysteine into SAMe, a methyl donor for the production of the neurotransmitters dopamine, serotonin and their derivatives.

Homocysteine. Keeping homocysteine at a low, healthy level is important for keeping our risk of heart disease, stroke and Alzheimer’s disease as low as possible. High levels of homocysteine can cause stroke, brain inflammation, vascular disease, erectile dysfunction, liver and kidney disease, thyroid problems, Alzheimer’s disease, dementia, and depression.

Vitamin B12 is very important when it comes to helping your body metabolize a particular amino acid called homocysteine. This amino acid can be dangerous to your health if the levels become too high. This is often due to a vitamin B12 deficiency. Too much homocysteine can be very destructive to your veins and arteries.

Symptoms of B12 Deficiency. Vitamin B12 deficiency anemia is often not diagnosed until it is moderate to severe. Having a B12 deficiency means that your body does not have enough of this vitamin. It can lead to anemia, which means you do not have enough red blood cells to do the job and can leave you feeling weak and tired.

Some common symptoms associated with B12 deficiency are:

• Feeling week, tired or lightheaded
• Memory loss and/or disorientation
• Having pale skin, or white spots on the skin, resulting from melatonin becoming absent in the area
• Have a sore, red or itchy tongue. Some may experience sores at the corners of the mouth. These are raw spots, not blisters, and they tend to come and go
• Numbness or tingling in your fingers and or toes
• Sharp stabbing pain in the palm of one or both hands
• Eye twitch, usually in one eye or the other. It can occur on the eyelid or just below
• Depression

Positive Health Benefits
Vitamin B12 benefits your body in many ways. One of its key functions is to help your body in the creation of red blood cells. These cells help carry oxygen to your vital organs, including your heart and brain. This oxygen is crucial in providing you the necessary energy to get through each day. B12 also helps with white cell production, which is vital to keeping your immune system strong, which in turn keeps you healthy.

Vitamin B12 is properly maintaining your nervous system and helping to keep nerve cells healthy. This in turn keeps your brain functioning the way it should. B vitamins also assist in the production and regulation of DNA, which is present in every cell in your body. And since this nutrient is also a very strong antioxidant, it helps fight off free radicals which can lead to cancer. It helps metabolize the food you eat so you can utilize it for energy. It does this by helping turn the carbohydrates in your food to glucose. Many people who struggle with FATIGUE and low energy have a vitamin B12 deficiency.

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