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How should I interpret hypercobalaminemia (HC), high serum vitamin B12 level, in my patient with anemia?

HC is not rare among hospitalized patients with 1 study reporting “high” (813-1355 pg/ml) and “very high” (>1355 pg/ml) serum B12 levels in 13 and 7% of patients, respectively1. 167 kata lagi


Embracing the connection with our body & better understanding how it communicates with us non-verbally. Through honestly analyzing the foods we consume, we can consider how many of the daily health concerns & issues we face are due to neglecting our bodies primary wants & needs. 117 kata lagi

5 Months

Where has the time gone? It does not seem like it has already been 5 months since I had RNY. I can say that these past months have not been easy at all, it has been challenging and a struggle at times. 628 kata lagi

Weight Loss

The Metabolic Triangle (and the Homeostatic Spectrum)

What We Need to Remember About Our Physiology.

The thyroid is called the “master gland,” and not without reason, but even the thyroid can’t do its job without two other contributors. 710 kata lagi

Thyroid

I'm back!

Hey dancers!

wow. It has been a long year since I’ve updated this blog. I didn’t realize how popular it was and how many people paid attention to my posts until after I dropped off the grid for awhile! 167 kata lagi

Blackstrap Molasses Natural Cures

Hello everyone and welcome,

Are you looking for simple and easy ways to get more nutrients in your daily regimen?  Organic Unsulphured Blackstrap Molasses may just be a simple solution to help. 146 kata lagi

Food & Recipes

6 Clam Recipes That Every Woman with Red Blood Pumping Through Her Veins Should Try...


Clams are nutrient-dense mollusks popular for their chewy texture and salty ocean taste. These mollusks do not have a brain, but some can dig up to an inch per second….and intelligent people would be brainy enough to eat clams because they appreciate the nutritional value of “powerhouse” food that contains many vitamins and minerals. 495 kata lagi

Diet