B12 Study links the brain

Life Extension Foundation has reported:

“Tuesday, September 27, 2011. The September 27, 2011 issue of the journal Neurology┬« reveals an association between unfavorable serum markers of vitamin B12 status and reduced brain volume and cognitive function.”

I was visiting my mother in the hospital a few weeks ago. The food on her plate of hospital cafeteria food was disgusting. Rather than food that is filled with healthy proteins, vitamin rich veggies and fruits, her plate was full of starches, bleached flour white bread, and cheap imitation of real food; margarine! Is it any wonder our health care system is over burdened? If the hospitals themselves do not understand the value of nutrition and healing, how will we turn it around?

The article on B-12 and brain function is nothing short of amazing. Selecting the correct food for your body type can be difficult. But if you slow down long enough to listen, you will find the right food for your energy level. Many doctors are starting to understand their patients that take vitamins and exercise daily are healthy. They don’t need blood pressure medications, they don’t need cholesterol controlling drugs, and most of all…they have energy.

If you are lacking in energy, give under-the-tongue B-12 tablets a try. I also have had some great luck with the B-12 ‘behind the ear’ patches.

About Dianna Sabo

Dianna Sabo is an automotive and aerospace engineering/program manager who studies health science, nutrition, and organic living in her spare time. She enjoys learning natural paths to health and vitality. She lives in the greater Detroit area and enjoys photography, travel, music, and can often be seen at the local arboretums or out shooting photos around the world.
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