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Staying Strong – Above, I’ve attached 2 links that you might like to research. One is a powerful video and the other is a very informative paper, both discussing B12 deficiency. On page 10 of the journal (2nd link), 1st paragraph talks about how Hi B12 can actually point to a B12 deficiency (when not supplementing) I’ve heard that before but this is the first time I’ve seen it in a medical journal.
Hopefully this helps you understand the workings of B12 a bit more.
Excellent info Charlie1! What I think happens to some of us if a decrease in intrinsic factor (which may have occurred when you were on gluten). I know many people who were incorrectly diagnosed with M.S., when cutting out gluten was all they needed to start to turn the corner. 🙁 With gastroparesis and digestive problems affecting most of us (and don’t even get me started on the MTHFR issues, folate supplementation disguising the B-12 deficiency, etc), I do think that lack of balance is a huge problem. And please don’t forget that B12 should be given in the muscle, not “subQ”. (Yes, I made that mistake for a while! 😉 Since I woke up with tingly hands for the first time since I stopped B12 supplementation (because of high blood levels), I decided to go back on it! The article was a big help. I’ll let you all know what happens with my blood levels (and new tinglies). Thanks again!