Vitamin B12 Deficiency: The most common Cause

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. . Here is the most common cause of a vitamin B12 deficiency. Most people don’t think of this.

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0:08 What is B12? 
0:30 What is myelin?
0:50 B12 deficiency symptoms 
1:15 What causes vitamin B12 deficiency 
1:33 Stomach acid 
2:13 What to do for a vitamin B12 deficiency 

In this video, we’re going to talk about the most common cause of a vitamin B12 deficiency. 

Vitamin B12 is an essential B vitamin that you have to get from your diet. Vitamin B12 basically makes the foundation of red blood cells, white blood cells, and myelin. Myelin is the outer covering of your nervous system. When you lose myelin, you can get all sorts of electrical problems, pain problems, and nerve problems. 

B12 deficiency symptoms:

• Fatigue 
• Pale 
• Memory problems 
• Neurological issues 
• Anemia

Most vitamin B12 deficiencies are not caused by a lack of vitamin B12 in the diet, but rather a lack of absorption because the stomach is not acid enough. A lot of people have a problem with the pH of the stomach. A few signs of low stomach acid are:

• Acid reflux 
• Gas 
• Bloating 

Apple cider vinegar may help with this situation. You could try apple cider vinegar pills, or you could try mixing apple cider vinegar in some water and drinking it. You may not even need to take more B12 because this could help with the absorption. Sea salt, potassium, and iodine could also help build up your stomach acid and help with absorption.

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Thanks for watching! I hope this video helps you better understand what you could do for a vitamin B12 deficiency.

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