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From: John (109.154.37.156)
Subject:         General Vitamin B12 Question Please
Date: December 13, 2012 at 5:49 pm PST

Hi there,

Have a recent blood test of VB12 of 295ng/L. I have no
symptoms of deficiency. The lower range in the UK mainstream
medical establishment i believe is around 180 ng/L (at my
local General Practice Clinic).

I have read that in different countries such as Japan the
lower range is 500ng/L and if below this they recommend
supplementation.

I am aware that there is much conflicting literature on this
subject and many factors which influence the absorption of
VB12. I would appreciate you opinion on the matter please:

My questions are - what should a persons VB12 level be
optimally? is it relative to the individual or same for all
peoples physiology.

I wonder with all your experience is there a simple summary
to this question or practical approach?

Overall I just want to educate myself to ensure my vB12 level
is optimal :)which had come to my awareness as I continue on
my journey towards health

Any advice you can share will be greatly appreciated

Thanks


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