How to detect vitamin B12 deficiency

Vitamin B12 is common and unfortunately one cannot rely on serum vitamin B12 to detect a deficiency. Vitamin B12 is carried in the blood by either of 2 proteins: haptocorrin and holotranscobalamin. While the majority of vitamin B12 is carried by haptocorrin, this vitamin B12 is considered inactive* [1]. A serum vitamin B12 test cannot …

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Fasting Diet: progressions

This article is written with deep respect in the process of fasting and consciousness that the epigenetic effects of a Fasting Diet are far reaching (beyond the current scientific evidence). Yet fasting in my opinion is something we all need to be comfortable with. There are many disputes on what the healthiest diet is, with advocates of …

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Leaky gut: the trojan horse to food allergies?

Leaky Gut is a digestive track with a compromised permeability (like a hose with holes).   While the SYMPTOMS OF A LEAKY GUT ARE NOT ONLY ASSOCIATED WITH DIGESTION many people suffering from it experience food sensitivities. That’s why in my opinion: Elimination diets (i.e. FODMAP, low oxalate, low histamine diets) do not work long term: …

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