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#1 koz158

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Posted 02 July 2012 - 07:30 AM

Hello all,

So here is what I want to run by the crowd: Has anybody had tried the "1st step for energy" B12 shot (think shooter not injection)? Just want to see if anybod has gotten sick before I try to convince my wife to try it to jump start her morning.

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Posted 02 July 2012 - 11:29 AM

Sorry all, I started writing one thing and got side tracked with a question that came to mind, and posted this before I meant to.

Anyway, on Earl Mendells Vitamin Bible:

I've been using it as something of a guide to track down loose ends as to my wife's energy levels and ongoing symptoms in spite of the gluten-free diet. Some supplements (Dexatrol and Adacor) from our ND has help control and limit what I can only refer to as a dark road when she reacts to something (gluten or otherwise).

From my reading her scripts from her regular MD for anxiety and depression rob her of Coenzyme Q-10 and most of her B-Vit's. So I talked to our naturopathic doc to see if he thought this was a good idea.

Recently added CO-Q10 (haven't seen an impact on energy levels yet, but it's only been a couple of days)
We are adding a B-complex (we slowly add these in so that her system can get used to the idea)

This brings me to the question that I have already asked:

Has anybody had tried the "1st step for energy" B12 shot (think shooter not injection)? Just want to see if anybody has gotten sick before I try to convince my wife to try it to jump start her morning.

I called the company and they said it was gluten-free, I'm still just paranoid because it isn't in writing anywhere.

Thanks in advance for your thoughts, and sorry for mix up on my posts.

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