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Vitamin B12 deficiency causes reversible megaloblastic anemia, demyelinating disease, or both. Current assays have insufficient sensitivity and specificity; methylmalonic acid levels are useful to confirm diagnosis. Parenteral or high-dose oral vitamin B12 is effective therapy.

Vitamin deficiency causes reversible megaloblastic anemia, demyelinating disease, or both. Current assays have insufficient sensitivity and specificity; methylmalonic acid levels are useful to confirm diagnosis. Parenteral or high-dose oral vitamin

Missing Lunula ... NBNB Fascinating article saying that missing moons/orbs on fingernails can mean underactive thyroid and that B12 and Iodine levels should be checked. Also check for MTHFR gene mutation, can lead to B12 not being absorbed and folic acid deficiency hence babies not developing properly.

Missing Lunula . NBNB Fascinating article saying that missing moons/orbs on fingernails can mean underactive thyroid and that and Iodine levels should be checked. Also check for MTHFR gene mutation, can lead to not being absorbed and folic acid

Iron deficiency is the most common form of nutritional deficiency. Not getting enough can cause anemia and make you more susceptible to illness and infections; it can even cause premature delivery in pregnant women. Here are 12 Iron Rich Foods for Anemia - Selfcarers

Iron deficiency is the most common form of nutritional deficiency. Not getting enough can cause anemia and make you more susceptible to illness and infections. Here are 12 Iron Rich Foods for Anemia - Selfcarers

Lamb  Lamb is a high cholesterol food so be sure to look for lean cuts which are higher in B12 anyway. Lamb also provides high amounts of protein, and zinc. The shoulder is the cut of lamb with the most vitamin B-12 providing 3.71μg (62% RDA) per 100g serving, 5.82μg (97% RDA) per pound, and 3.15μg (53% RDA) in a 3 ounce serving. The shoulder is followed by the foreshank and leg whi...

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Seared sea scallops with meyer-lemon tarragon cream. Fresh scallop season is Oct - March.  They are rich in B-12 (which is good for your blood vessel walls) and Omega-3 (keeps your blood flowing smoothly) and magnesium (helps keep your blood pressure down).

Seared sea scallops with meyer-lemon tarragon cream. Fresh scallop season is Oct - March. They are rich in (which is good for your blood vessel walls) and (keeps your blood flowing smoothly) and magnesium (helps keep your blood pressure down).

Beef  In addition to being a vitamin B12 rich food, beef is also a good source of protein, zinc, and heme-iron. The amount of vitamin B-12 in beef depends on the cut, lean fat-trimmed chuck contains the most vitamin B12 with 6.18μg (103% RDA) per 100g serving, 11.49μg (103% RDA) in a chuck steak, and 5.25μg (88% RDA) in a 3 ounce serving. Chuck is followed by sirloin (62% RDA), rib-eye (60% RDA), and ribs (58% RDA).

Ever tried a beef shank recipe? A beef shank (or osso bucco) makes the best stock and stew you can imagine. Here’s an easy stew made with beef shanks.