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Mitchie
Monday, June 18, 2007, 1:02pm Report to Moderator Report to Moderator

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Does anyone else (be they A or not) have a not-so-great reaction to taking supplements containing vitamin B's?  They seem to make me nervous/jittery then rather slumpy.  

Even at what I would consider low doses (less than 20mg) I still feel uneasy.  

Any thoughts?


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I would focus on healing my liver, first.


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I would focus on healing my liver, first.


Hi Lola, would you elaborate please?  What is the tie-in?

Thanks!


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Obtaining a wide range of B vitamins from a food source such as nutritional yeast, seaweed, and various whole grains is an option in lieu of taking supplements.

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yes, the liver is a filter and needs to be in top shape, to process whatever.....
your mention of not doing well with certain vits makes me think of your liver health first.

try the liver protocol and of course a lectin free diet for best results.


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Thanks to you both for your input.  I'll give the liver protocol a shot as well as bumping up my natural sources of vitamin B.  


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