B-12 deficiency is being seen more frequently.
Researchers say a big contributor is the widespread use of medications that block the absorption of B-12. This includes common medications for the treatment of acid reflux and diabetes.
If you experience numbness and tingling in your legs, difficulty walking, muscle cramps, burning in the tongue or mouth, to name just a few... you may be B-12 deficient. Check with your doctor!
Vitamin B-12 is found in animal products such as meat, chicken, fish and eggs.
For vitamin B-12 to be utilized in the body it must first undergo a complex activation process called methylation, which is compromised in many people today.
Therefore a pre-activated form of vitamin B12 is the best! It is absorbed better and more efficiently used by the body.
Remember the key word: Methyl B12.