Friday, October 10, 2008

Do you want to avoid Alzheimer's?


Researchers from Oxford and elsewhere have come up with startling news. It turns out that if your level of vitamin B-12 in your blood is too low, you're up to 6 times more likely to get either Alzheimer's or dementia!

The researchers favor eating foods rich in B-12. Meanwhile, I've started taking B-12 under the tongue and noticed within a couple days much more mental clarity and a better memory.

I prefer the B-12 that's the methyl- form. In other words, add "methyl-" to "cobalamin" to get methylcobalamin. It'll say that on the bottle somewhere.

The B-12 that melts under the tongue is about 90% absorbed. Stomach acid destroys almost all the B-12 that is swallowed...so you only absorb about a measly 2% (two percent!)

The B-12 has many effects, including aiding fatty acids, which are vital to proper brain function.

Oh yeah, a lack of B-12 in the blood also results in a shrinking brain! So either eat foods rich in B-12 or take a B-12. Or both.

The best to you.

Kelley Eidem
Together we can cure cancer - one person at a time!
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Kelley Eidem is the author of The Doctor Who Cures Cancer and It's Not Just For Sex.
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