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JAMA & Omega 3’s | Part I

Recently, the Journal of the American Medical Association (JAMA) published a conclusion that fish oil for cardiovascular problems is not effective. The title of the article is Associations of Omega-3 Fatty Acid Supplements Use with Cardiovascular Disease Risk and was published on January 31, 2018. A better title would be “an example of an unscientific […]

What Do You Know About Vitamin B12? (Part II)

In our previous blog, we talked about the four types of vitamin B12 and what benefits they have. But what happens when you take a vitamin B12 supplement? When you ingest vitamin B12, it is freed from the original binding protein in the stomach but then is bound to another protein secreted by the stomach […]

What Do You Know About Vitamin B12? (Part I)

We have been doing a fair amount of genetic analyses (mostly Nutrahacker) with an emphasis on what you can do to compensate for enzymes that aren’t working quite right. This can be due to less than ideal DNA sequences. One supplement that is frequently recommended as an enzyme pathway support is vitamin B12. If you […]