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Can Vitamin B12 Make You Gain Weight
Will vitamin b12 injections cause weight gain. I don't want to gain weight. But I feel better taking them?
Whoa: If you have been prescribed B12 injections or other suitable replacement therapy based on sound evidence (i.e., labs and a real diagnosis), and you refuse to take them, you will pay for it with your health, your mind, and ultimately your life. They actually do not cause weight gain. SIck people feeling better after treatment may eat more. I'm sorry you were given faulty information. Best wishes. ...Read more
Nutri bifidus has 2 bifidobacterium. High in bifidus factor? Promote the growth of bifidobacteria? Produce vitamin B12 and gain weight? Help thanks.
It's your money: I would be surprised if it did you any good whatsoever. You're a 25 year old man in your physical prime, and if you're looking to put on some muscle like other guys, you need to hit the gym hard, maybe supplement with creatine ; do some rough cardio. A sensible non-veggie diet provides all the B12 you can use. Fecal bacteria in a packet aren't the secret to health. Your efforts ; smarts are. ...Read more
I was suffering from severe vitamin B12 deficiency until discovered recently. It left me with very weak body. How do I start gaining weight?
Do not worry: B-12 deficiency can be reversed as the levels rise in your body. Your weakness could well be due to the effect on the peripheral nerves, and as things stabilize, you will regain strength. Perhaps get both a dietician and personal trainer involved. Presume you are getting regular injections, but might add the medical food metanx to stabilize a bit faster. ...Read more
B12 deficiency would: Not really be associated with weight change in either direction. ...Read more
Can a dr. Or can you purchase vitamin b12-and B6 in injectable form for losing weight, and how or were can I do this?
Which of the following will help lead to more weight loss: vitamin B12 or vitamin B2 (riboflavin)?
Neither: Not a weight loss compound.Get a more detailed answer ›
I am 29year old. I have high chestrol and lack of vitamin d and vitamin b12.I I am on vitamin injection. I want loose a weight please help me. How I can?
Eat fewer calories: Helpful weight loss diets include natural foods that take time to chew but contain few calories. Examples include carrots, celery, and iceberg lettuce (without salad dressing). When shopping for fruits, buy small ones no bigger than a tennis ball, because fruits contain natural sugar. Drinks without calories include water and green tea. A calorie is a calorie, regardless of where it comes from. ...Read more
B12: B12 principally derives from animal sources and eggs. Dairy has little. Select soy can provide some. More vegan foods are being supplemented with B12, as B12 defici, ency is common among vegans. See www. Vegetarian. Org. Uk/factsheets/b12factsheet. Html ...Read more
Virtually nontoxic: At any dose. I do not believe that you will find very much written on the toxic effects of B12 although I have had a couple of patients who took something on the order of 10x what I had prescribed them was already in the 10, 000IU range so they were taking about 100, 000IU daily for several weeks and the patient developed diarrhea. When he stopped that resident, within several days diarrhea stopped ...Read more
Possible causes: You could have a low b-12 if you are vegetarian, have been for several years and don't take supplemental b-12. It could be low if you don't make intrinsic factor. This is made in the stomach and is needed to absorb b-12. Lack of intrinsic factor is usually an autoimmune disorder. You could have low b-12 due to taking proton pump inhibitors for a long time as stomach acid is needed as well. ...Read more
B-12: No, that dosage is perfectly fine. There has not been an upper limit set for oral vitamin b-12. Generally speaking if and individual has a vitamin b-12 deficiency confirmed by test, it is either given im or sc. ...Read more
Absolutely: B12 in the form of methyl cobalamin is necessary for numerous biochemical pathways. It can prevent psychoses, nerve tissue degeneration and megaloblastic anemia. Methyl B12 can be given safely at doses up to 3mg intramuscularly and can be given weekly in those patients who cannot absorb it through the GI tract. Otherwise, 2mg oraly is optimal. There are no known side-effects of having to much. ...Read more
Meat, supplements: The best dietary source of B12 is, surprisingly, clams. Beef liver is another good source, though I would only eat this if organic. Salmon & other fish, beef, dairy & eggs are also good sources. Many grains & cereals are fortified with b12. The most reliable vegan source is nutritional yeast but I advise vegans to take a B12 supp. See http://ods. Od.Nih. Gov/factsheets/vitaminb12-healthprofessional/. ...Read more
Not usually: When I read "eat too much vitamin b12", I assume you're referring to foods containing b12? Generally speaking, when people talk about B12, they are referring to supplemental vitamin b12. It is generally accepted that high doses of B12 does not pose any dangers, partly because it's a water soluble vitamin. ...Read more
Animal yes plants no: Vitamin b12, or cobalamin, is in fish, meat, poultry, eggs and milk products. Generally speaking, you won't find vitamin B12 in plant foods. Some nutritional yeast products contain vitamin b12. Follow this link, http://www. Healthaliciousness. Com/articles/foods-high-in-vitamin-b12.Php for more specific info. ...Read more