Signs of Vitamin B12 Deficiencies: Who's At Risk -- Why -- What Can Be Done

Signs of Vitamin B12 Deficiencies: Who's At Risk -- Why -- What Can Be Done

by Joyce Zborower M.A.
     
 

Signs of Vitamin B12 Deficiencies
Who's at Risk - Why - What Can Be Done

Strict Vegans
Newborns of Strict Vegans
The Elderly
Dialysis Patients
Pregnant Women

Are you or any of your loved ones among the above groups? If so, then you/they are in danger of suffering the effects of a serious vitamin B12 deficiency. These "effects" can take various

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Overview

Signs of Vitamin B12 Deficiencies
Who's at Risk - Why - What Can Be Done

Strict Vegans
Newborns of Strict Vegans
The Elderly
Dialysis Patients
Pregnant Women

Are you or any of your loved ones among the above groups? If so, then you/they are in danger of suffering the effects of a serious vitamin B12 deficiency. These "effects" can take various forms such as anemia where you feel tired all the time and that your strength has absolutely vanished to real neurological damage as in newborn babies of strict vegan mothers to mental disorders in the elderly mimicking Alzheimer's disease. Without proper testing, even doctors can be fooled into providing inaccurate diagnoses.

Signs of Vitamin B12 Deficiencies is written in straight-forward, easy-to-understand language so anyone with an interest in the subject matter can quickly grasp the concepts. However, self-diagnosis and treatment is highly discouraged.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781492148098
Publisher:
CreateSpace Publishing
Publication date:
08/13/2013
Pages:
58
Sales rank:
836,519
Product dimensions:
6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.12(d)

Meet the Author

In 1975, my husband, two little baby girls, and I were living in an apartment in Chicago's Hyde Park district. My husband had diabetes and asthma and I realized I didn't know very much about healthy food and the best way to feed my family. I'd always been a fairly decent student having graduated a few years earlier with a M.A. degree from Bradley University in clinical psychology.

I minored in biology as an undergraduate and did postgraduate work in biology with an emphasis on human anatomy and physiology. I've also done considerable independent study in this area as well as studying about foods simply because I enjoy it and to help my husband with his Type 2 Diabetes. My latest book, How to Eat Healthy - foods to eat . . . foods to avoid, is available at on Amazon.com

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