For thousands of years, herbal medicine was the predominant form of health care on the planet. For many people, it still is. In our switch to modern medicine, much of that ancient wisdom was sadly lost, rejected as the superstition of primitive people. Recent research is proving, however, that our ancestors were smarter … Continue reading The Top 6 Dietary Supplements
Periodontitis is a serious gum infection marked by painful, irritating symptoms that make it challenging to eat, swallow, and speak. Although prevention is important, many people fall short because it typically involves cutting out sugar and spending more time brushing, flossing, and rinsing. Periodontal disease begins with gingivitis, and progresses if steps aren’t taken. What’s surprising … Continue reading The Surprising Link Between Vitamin B12 and Periodontitis
[youtube https://youtu.be/C4CuwUV0k20] TLDR? Vitamin B-12 deficiency is a common problem worldwide. This deficiency is linked to low energy and poor health. If you’re in the market for an excellent B-12 supplement, I highly recommend Global Healing Center’s own VeganSafe™ B-12. This supplement is made from 100% vegan sources and contains the most bioactive forms of B-12. Want to … Continue reading Everything You Need to Know About Vitamin B-12 (Webinar)
When you are feeling sluggish and slow what do you do? Many people turn to caffeine in the form of teas, coffees, and energy drinks. These methods may provide temporary relief, but if you feel tired because of a B-12 deficiency, caffeine won’t solve the underlying problem. Lack of energy due to a B-12 deficiency is … Continue reading How Does Vitamin B-12 Support Energy and Metabolism?
Coenzymes are required in many enzymatic and metabolic processes in your body, in plants, and in animals. Without coenzymes, inactive enzymes would be unable to convert into their active forms to catalyze reactions, such as breaking down food for energy. Coenzymes are essential for normal and specialized cellular functions and your overall health. One of … Continue reading What Are Coenzymes and How Are They Vital to Your Health?
It’s estimated nearly 40% of the American population suffers from B12 levels that are too low.  With low B12 levels, your brain doesn’t work quite right and more often than not you’re suffering from chronic fatigue. But vitamin B12 does more than just support healthy energy levels. Its multiplexity of functionality is mirrored in its wide range … Continue reading 7 Important Functions of Vitamin B-12
Vitamin B-12 plays a vital role in energy and red blood cell production, protects DNA, supports cardiovascular and bone health, and is absolutely necessary for memory and overall mental health. The problem is, your body doesn’t absorb vitamin B-12 too well. What’s more, it’s estimated about 40% of Americans are deficient. Sublingual B-12 appears to provide better … Continue reading What Is Sublingual B-12?
You might not know it, but you owe your life to bacteria. That’s because they are the only creatures on the planet that create vitamin B-12, a vitamin you cannot live without. If you become deficient in B-12, your mental health suffers, your metabolism slows, you feel fatigued, and you can develop heart disease, osteoporosis, and … Continue reading Do You Know These Sources of Vitamin B-12?
Adenosylcobalamin is a vitamin on a mission. Without this active form of B12, the human body would cease to produce energy at the cellular level. This would terminate all cellular processes and result in eventual systemic failure and, left untreated, death. Vitamin B12, in all its forms, is that important. What some people don’t realize is … Continue reading 4 Must Know Facts About Adenosylcobalamin
Methylcobalamin circulates through the bloodstream and is one of two naturally-occurring coenzyme forms of vitamin B12 that the body utilizes. Adenosylcobalamin is the other form sometimes used in the dietary supplement industry. The body needs B12 to convert homocysteine to methionine, protect DNA and RNA, support energy, protect nerve and brain cells, stimulate serotonin production, contribute to … Continue reading What Is Methylcobalamin?