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 Are you eating enough B12 in your foods as an A?
Yes and I have one or more of the symptoms mentioned. (5 votes)
35.71%
No and I have one or more of the symptoms mentioned. (5 votes)
35.71%
No, I don't like fish and nutritional yeast. (2 votes)
14.29%
Yes and I have none of the symptoms metioned. (1 votes)
7.14%
No and I have non of the symptoms mentioned. (1 votes)
7.14%
Yes, I follow my diets quantities strictly. (0 votes)
0%
14 Votes Total Last vote Thursday, September 27, 2012, 1:13pm by dawgmama
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Chloe
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My link from two years ago that I posted here doesn't seem to work.

But here's a link on same subject that does.

http://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2010/03/100305083304.htm


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Mega Food 100% Whole Food Balanced B Complex

Vitamins from rice, broccoli and saccharomyces cerevisiae

I wonder which came first, the deficient state or the illness or vicious cycle?



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