Vitamin B12 For Anxiety and Depression

Can anxiety and depression be caused from a deficit in vit B12? My Dr. said my test was fine, however I'm not so sure. I maybe fell inside the parameters but I've been taking 1250 mg a day and feel better. Your thoughts on this?


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Why do you need confirmation from your doctor
by: Kerri Knox, RN- The Immune Queen!

Hi Gracey,

I'm not sure why you are questioning feeling better. If you began to eat apples every day and you felt terrific, would you need to go to your doctor and ask him if it's possible that you could feel better eating apples? Or would you just continue eating apples because it makes you feel better?

Learn to trust yourself. Western medicine, despite the fact that it seemingly seems to know a lot, really has very few answers about the workings of the human body, especially when it comes to nutrition. And western medicine has even FEWER answers specifically about YOUR body. So, stop second guessing your own bodily sensation simply because it's not confirmed by a lab test or an authority figure who went to school for a long time.

Kerri Knox, RN

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