Ultra-High Dose of Vitamin B-12 Offers Optimism For Early Onset Lou Gehrig’s Disease

An article last month in the JAMA Neurology gives hope to those who have Lou Gehrig’s disease – amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS). This nervous system disease impacts muscle strength and function. https://www.als.org/understanding-als/what-is-als Patients with ALS have nerve cells that break … Continue reading

How Do We Know if Our Loved Ones Have Alzheimer’s and What Options Do We Have?

Last night, I was on my regular monthly Zoom meeting with some squadron mates from VP-94. VP-94 was a Patrol Squadron stationed in Belle Chase, LA, until decommissioned in 2006 (https://www.vpnavy.com/vp94.html). The topics vary from all corners of the world … Continue reading

New Form of Vitamin B12 Protects Against Cognitive Impairment

Older adults can become deficient in vitamin B12 (VB12) and can result in Alzheimer’s-like symptoms. Give them a VB12 shot, and all is normal. VB12 does not cure Alzheimer’s disease. It only corrects the symptoms of VB12 deficiency. https://www.mayoclinic.org/diseases-conditions/alzheimers-disease/expert-answers/alzheimers/faq-20057895 Forms … Continue reading

Most Vegans are Deficient in These Nutrients

Vegans can enjoy a healthy diet but need to know the sources of the nutrients they need daily. I talked with a new business acquaintance, and he mentioned that he had been meatless for six years. I asked him a … Continue reading

Deficiency in this vitamin mimics Alzheimer’s Disease

Alzheimer’s disease (AD) symptoms are seen when a person is deficient in vitamin B12, methylcobalamin. 40% of Americans and over 90% of vegans are deficient in vitamin B12. The reason strict vegetarians are deficient in vitamin B12 is that there … Continue reading