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Vitamin B 100 Complex Side Effects
Are there any side effects that I should know about from combining with 2 vitamin c's and I vitamin b complex daily?
I do not believe so: There are no side effects to this medications as long as you follow the proper dose recommended. ...Read more
Nausea, more energy: I advise everyone to take a B complex and/or multivitamin daily, as most people do not adequate B vitamins from their diet. This is very safe, but some people get nausea if they take B's on an empty stomach so take with food. B's may increase energy so some may have trouble sleeping if they take them at nite. Also, B vitamins may turn your urine yellow and smell like B vitamins. ...Read more
I am trying 2 get pregnant, so I started taking folic acid, vitamin b, ferrous for blood, been having regular sex. I ave sides nd tommy pain. Can I be?
Do a pregnancy test: If u miss ur period. Check out these link. God bless u! http://m.Activebeat. Co/your-health/women/am-i-pregnant-the-10-tell-tale-signs-that-youre-expecting/? Utm_source=google;utm_campaign=adwords;utm_medium=cpc;utm_keyword=signs%20of%20pregnancy;gclid=cng32tlzgbwcfvgvfgod3egaua. ...Read more
Vitamin b6 is the one to watch as it can be. Toxic in overdoses. "adverse effects have only been documented from vitamin b6 supplements and never from food sources."
b vitamins are water soluble and we usually pee out what we do not need. It is ok to take breaks from supplementation. You can also monitor your levels periodically with blood tests. Www. Spectracell. Com is worth looking at. ...Read more
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B Vitamins: All B vitamins are water soluble and are therefore not stored up in the body and rapidly eliminated, most often by the kidney. Some B vitamins go through a metabolic process in the liver before being excreted by the kidney. It is very difficult to overdose on B vitamins because the body takes what it needs and excretes the rest rather quickly. ...Read more
Vitamins: The b vitamins are water soluble. This means that if you take more than you need the body gets rid of them. Vitamins a d e and k are fat soluble and can cause illness if taken in excess. ...Read more
It depends...: Work for what? If someone has B12 deficiency then B12 shots definitely "work" to treat the deficiency and resultant anemia/neurological symptoms. However, many who are not deficient get B12 shots for fatigue and other non-specific symptoms. While many people feel better after B12 shots, there has been little research to show if it actually helps. See http://www. Medscape. Com/viewarticle/585589. ...Read more
It depends: B vits. Will help many with anxiety while many may not be helped at all. If you are among the 30% who can't convert Folic Acid to its active form then 400 mcg of l-5-mthf will help. Many only need the rda's of b's but some, due to genetics, need more. Some need the active forms of b2 & b6. I like b complex plus by pure encapsulations as a balanced b with active forms in reasonable doses. See comment:. ...Read more
The chief reason is that most OTC B-complex vitamins lack the more expensive but necessary L-Methyl-Folate... LMFolate is necessary for the Methylation Pathway as is M-B12 also. So you short change yourself taking just a B-Complex. Read my methylation pathway article for more information. Docsaleeby. Blogspot. Com for that article.
Methylation Pathway image attached. ...Read more
Take B vitamin: B vitamins are the TREATMENT for homocystinuria. Take them. ...Read more