Michael Klaper, MD
Lesson 9: The truth about Vitamin B-12.
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Do fermented soy products, amesake rice, or umeboshi prunes provide significant B12? What about the soil on unwashed veggies? Many foods reported as 'good B-12 sources' are tested with methods that measure B-12 analogues (which can cause B12 deficiency because they block the action of active B-12). Those methods give no accurate measure of the true B-12 content, nor whether the foods are dangerous from their analogue content. Stop being misled. Get definitive answers in this lesson.
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|Marlene Watson-Tara Reviewed on Fri Jan:23:2015:|
|Thanks Trevor, great interview, Michael is fantastic and presents in such a user friendly way. Much appreciated.|
|Maria Reviewed on Wed Jan:21:2015:|
| very informative and well presented.
|Magda Reviewed on Wed Jan:21:2015:|
|Great source of information on the subject! I\'ve learned I\'ve been over doing it and advising my clients incorrectly! I\'m going to lower my intake of this molecule. One question:is the the strain of yeast in nutritional yeast ok for people with gout? In other words, is it uric acid producing?|
|Yvonne Reviewed on Tue Jan:20:2015:|
|What was the name of the vitamins that had B12 made by a doctor that was mentioned in the interview. Could not hear the name of the doctor or the name of the vitamins. Excellent presentation!|
|Maria C. Miranda Reviewed on Mon Jan:19:2015:|
|Excellent,love it.Thank you|
|Erica Martell Reviewed on Tue Oct:28:2014:|
|Can you still get B12 from cows if they no longer eat grass, but grain? Seems like supplementation is the key here. Love like Dr. Klaper. He is a wonderful resource.|