Are You at Risk of a Vitamin B12
Deficiency? Take This Simple Quiz to Find Out if You Are B Vitamin Depleted Today



Are you at risk of a B12 Deficiency? Whether your diet is ideal or not, chances are, if you are over 40, you're just not getting the B vitamins you used to... and your heart, energy level, emotional balance and memory are all paying the price.

Are You B Vitamin Depleted?

1. Are you tired and sluggish by mid-day? Yes No
2. Do you feel less than your best or older
than you should?
Yes No
3. Are you irritated easily? Yes No
4. Do you have difficulty sleeping? Yes No
5. Do you skip activities because you don't
have the energy to participate?
Yes No
6. Do you wish you felt the way you did 20 years ago? Yes No
7. Are you anxious or nervous daily? Yes No
8. Do you forget information, names and items?Yes No
10. Do you cry or experience sadness often?Yes No
11. Do you wish you could think more clearly? Yes No
12. Do you eat less than seven servings of
fresh fruits and vegetables each day?
Yes No
13. Do you worry often? Yes No
14. Are you under stress at work or home? Yes No
15. Do you find it hard to concentrate? Yes No


If you answered yes to three or more of these questions, your health is at risk and you may be experiencing the effects of a B12 deficiency!

WARNING!

It's becoming increasingly clear that vitamin deficiencies are widespread, despite official assurances that a varied diet provides all the nutrients required to maintain health.

The latest evidence comes from the joint American - Finnish study which found that 90% of smokers were deficient in Folic Acid and 54% were deficient in vitamins B-12 and B-6. Many experts are now recommending that people supplement their diet with vitamins to alleviate disease and maintain health.

It’s estimated that 88% of the U.S. adult population consumes less than the recommended daily allowance of B-12, B-6 & Folic Acid. Now is the time to safeguard your health and future by ensuring you get the B vitamins you need!

Researchers at Tufts University found that nearly 40 percent of participants between the ages of 26 to 83 had B-12 levels in the “low-normal” range – a level at which some people begin experiencing neurological symptoms. Nearly 9 percent had serious deficiency, and 16 percent were borderline B12 deficient.

Remarkably, additional studies show that low B-12 levels were as common in younger participants as in the elderly.

Smaller studies also report that 15 to 20% of senior citizens have a vitamin B-12 deficiency. Another recent study found that 40 percent of hospitalized elderly patients had low or borderline B-12 levels.

Studies also show that over 80% of long-term vegans who don't regularly supplement their diets with vitamin B-12 and over 50% of long-term vegetarians show consistent signs of B12 deficiency.

Source: The ‘M.D. Health Alert’ © TriVita Inc.

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