Feeling run down?
A Vitamin B12 injection is a great choice for those in need of extra energy.

Why B12?B12 treats:Medical Research on B12 Injections
  • Your body needs B12 to ensure proper cell function and metabolism.
  • For some individuals, B12 may not be well absorbed through diet or in capsule form.
  • Most people can benefit from a B12 injection, particularly those who live a busy life, are athletes, seniors, vegetarians, vegans, and those on prescription medications.
  • After B12 injections many patients feel a natural (not jittery) boost in energy.
  • fatigue
  • Anemia
  • thyroid/adrenal imbalance
  • anxiety, depression, and insomnia
  • PMS, menopause, and acne
  • allergies, Herpes, Psoriasis
  • nerve pain, dementia
  • obesity, heart disease, Osteoporosis
  • much more!

“Effects of Vitamin B12, Folate and Vitamin B6 Supplements in Elderly People With Normal Serum Vitamin Concentrations,” Narath, Hans J., et al, The Lancet, July 8, 1995;346:85-89.

This study, over an 8 month period, evaluated 300 individuals between 65 and 96 years of age. This was done in a double-blind, placebo-controlled fashion. Intramuscular vitamin injection of 1 mg of vitamin B12, 1.1 mg of folate and 5 mgs of B6 were given. The vitamin supplements, but not the placebo significantly reduced all 4 metabolite concentrations (methylmalonic acid, homocysteine, 2-methylcitric acid and cystathionine). This response to the intramuscular vitamin injection supports the notion that there is metabolic evidence of vitamin deficiency and it is common in the elderly, even in the presence of normal vitamin levels.

“Vitamin B12 Optic Neuropathy in Autism,” Pineles SL, Avery RA, Liu GT, Pediatrics, 2010 Sept 20

In this study, the authors report on the cases of 3 autistic children who presented with gradual vision loss. When treated with vitamin B12 (intramuscular injection), vitamin B12 levels normalized, and moreover, visual functioning improved in all 3 children. The authors conclude, “These cases illustrate that food selectivity, a known complication of autism, can result in vitamin deficiency that can cause visual loss and optic atrophy.”