Are You Tired All The Time?


If you are constantly feeling tired or lethargic, have heart palpitations, nerve problems and increased memory loss, it is a good idea to check with your physician for testing Vitamin B12 levels.

Symptoms Of Deficiency: Memory loss, Muscle weakness or cramps , Lethargy and constant tiredness, Racing heart, Pale skin, dull lifeless hair,  Loss of appetite, Depression, Nerve related problems, Weight loss. Tingling or numbness. Abdominal bloating and gas.

Vitamin B12 Deficiency Could Be The Reason. Vitamin B12 is essential for nerve function, red blood cell production, fat and protein metabolism, healthy hair, skin, eyes and liver. The body does not make vitamin B12; hence one’s daily requirement has to come from either supplements or animal based foods.  Vegetarians have a tougher time as supplements are usually in pill form with capsules made of animal letchitin.
Vitamin B12 deficiencies could be either due to not consuming enough of them through your diet or due to an absorption or other digestive problems. If you have a chronic B12 deficiency, your body can’t make the required amount of red blood cells that it needs and this can lead to anemia. The deficiency is also common as you age. Reasons For The Deficiency. Vitamin B12 deficiencies could be due to various reasons such as: Taking acid blocking/reducing medicines. Atropic gastritis. Pernicious anemia. Some auto-immune disorders like Lupus,Celiac disease or Graves’s disease.


Vitamin B12 is a water soluble vitamin; hence the body does not store it and the same passes out through urine. The human body cannot synthesize Vitamin B12, and hence external sources are needed. Some Food Sources Of Vitamin B12 Are: Fish and shellfish. Meats. Eggs. Fortified cereals,soy and grains. Dairy products.  For vegans, we have a good alternative. All our enzymes especially the White and Red Dragon fruit enzymes are rich in Vitamins B. You can consume 1-2 shots per day neat or on the rocks.




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