Steak– B12 is only found in meat Last year, I did a detailed blog post about Iron Supplementation, particularly it’s importance to red blood cell (RBC) production. In addition to needin...
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Tests for B vitamin deficiencies– Complete Blood Count– look at blood cell type, quantity, and characteristics; serum levels for folate and B12 (TCII test), look at homocysteine and methylmalonic acid (MMA) in serum (specific to B12), Schilling test- looks at B12 absorption due to Intrinsic Factor insufficiency; B6– Plasma PLP concentration, urinary B6 and 4-pyridoxic acid; there’s other specific tests for Thiamin and Riboflavin
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