Vitamin B12 deficiency is believed to be one of the most common nutrient deficiencies in the world, especially among people taking stomach acid-altering medications and antibiotics frequently, along with the elderly and sometimes vegetarians/vegans. For this reason, B12 injections are sometimes used to offset the many symptoms including fatigue and weakness, poor moods, and low concentration.
Even more serious is that B12 deficiency can disturb red blood cell formation and elevated homocysteine levels, which negatively impacts neurological and cardiovascular health.
Where We Get Vitamin B12
While foods like grass-fed beef, dairy products and fish are great sources of vitamin B12, some people avoid eating these foods or have a hard time absorbing and utilizing this nutrient due to digestive disorders. In addition, vitamin b12 is bound to amino acids (found in protein foods) and is only released when certain enzymes and stomach acids are present making it difficult to absorb and utilize the amount of vitamin B 12 we obtain from food. So even if we take in enough B12, we may only be absorbing a very small amount.
Lipotropic vitamin formulas are routinely used by nutrition-oriented physicians to help with weight management. The Super B complex injections contain Vitamin C, Vitamins B1, B2, B3, B5, B12, methionine, inositol, and choline. These nutrients assist in fat metabolism and increase energy.
The injections themselves are done either in your arm muscle or gluteal muscle where blood supply is the highest. This enhances the absorption of the B vitamins directly into your bloodstream, bypassing your gastrointestinal tract. This allows your body to become boosted with much needed vitamins to allow it to function the way it was made, supporting the healing process.
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