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Could It Be B12?

An Epidemic of Misdiagnoses

Jan 26, 2011 | 321 Pages
Could It Be B12?

Discover the public health crisis that has gone undetected - even by many physicians: Could It Be B12? An Epidemic of Misdiagnoses exposes an alarming problem with misdiagnosis of vitamin B12 deficiency.

Despite its prevalence and the relative ease with which it can be identified and remedied, too few patients undergo B12 deficiency testing. Its vast array of symptoms closely resembles those of numerous other illnesses, causing physicians to oftentimes misdiagnose their patients.

Therefore, it is important for individuals to voice any potential risk factors so as to ensure that they receive proper diagnosis and treatment in a timely manner.

When B12 is deficient, it can lead to an array of detrimental conditions like dementia, multiple sclerosis, early Parkinson's disease, and diabetic neuropathy.

Furthermore, its effects also encompass depression and mental illness as well as infertility in both genders. Moreover, children may suffer from developmental disabilities when deprived of sufficient amounts of this essential vitamin.

In a simple and engaging way, Could It Be B12? offers readers the ability to understand complex medical information that would otherwise be incomprehensible. This book gives readers the tools they need to fight against a dismissive healthcare system and take charge of their own health with confidence.

Are you or a loved one experiencing signs of an elusive B12 deficiency? Then Could It Be B12? could be your answer. This book is filled with the information and strategies needed to determine the cause, work with medical professionals for diagnosis and treatment, as well as implement lifestyle changes for long-term health benefits.

In Could It Be B12?, a stirring call to action is made against medical professionals' ignorance of the widespread, crippling effects of B12 deficiency.

The book demands social involvement and increased awareness throughout the world in order to put an end to this entirely preventable disorder that has needlessly caused so much suffering for millions.

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