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Does anyone know a good (gluten free) b12 sublingual vitamin and vit d vitamin brand? Also did anyones b12 go even lower than at diagnosis after starting the diet? Im 2 months in and my b12 has went down 100 (points or whatever the medical term is for it) 

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I take a liquid blend of B-viatimins and some other things from Liquid Health (Take enough pills already) called Energy & Stress and Neurological Support. Vitamin D I manage with by eating foods high in it. Will do some research this evening for you and compile a list and price checks. 

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Country Life vitamins are certified gluten free.  But also look to good food sources.  With healing, you should be able to absorb most from food.  Need Vitamin D?  Sit in the sun for a while.  Eat sardines and salmon (oily fish) and lots of eggs (plenty of Vitamin b-12).  

https://ods.od.nih.gov/factsheets/VitaminD-HealthProfessional/

https://ods.od.nih.gov/factsheets/VitaminB12-HealthProfessional/

What exactly is your definition of low blood sugar?  Have you been tracking it with a meter?  

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