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B12 deficiency is a silent epidemic with serious consequences to your health. Of all vitamin deficiencies, vitamin B12 deficiency is one of the most dangerous. In fact, reports from the USDA show B12 deficiency may be more widespread than thought, with at least 40% of the population being severely deficient in Vitamin B12.

Did you know your ability to absorb vitamin B12 gradually decreases with age?

As troubling as it sounds, it can get worse… Combine advancing age with certain prescription medications (i.e. for heartburn) and a lack of meat in your diet (especially true for vegetarians or vegans) and you could find yourself sorely lacking vitamin B12.

So how do you know if you’re deficient?

The following symptoms are signals

Frequent bouts of dizziness or vertigo often signal B12 levels are low. For instance, you may experience a feeling of wobbles when you get up too fast from a sitting position. You may also feel dangerously dizzy walking up or down stairs.


Sure, we all get those occasional “brain farts.” However, chronic forgetfulness may indicate a deeper medical issue. Many patients suffering from B12 deficiency often jump to the conclusion they have early onset Dementia or Alzheimer’s, especially in their senior years.

Unexplained Fatigue

Ever had a good night’s sleep followed by a day of yawning and dragging your feet? If that constant fatigue continues for days and weeks, it may be the result of B12 deficiency. Researchers from the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics found those who felt zapped of energy even though they get plenty of zzzzz’s may be struggling with low B12 levels. It’s due to a lack of red blood cell production… one of B12’s responsibilities… meaning oxygen transport to your organs is lacking, causing extreme fatigue.

Vision Issues

No, there isn’t something in your eye causing the spotting, blurred and double vision.

Low B12 levels stores can lead to vision changes and actually damage your vision, causing retinal damage if blood vessels in the eye become blocked. That means you may experience light sensitivity, blurred or double vision, tracers, or shadows, which all result from damage to the optic nerve. Luckily, B12 supplementation can help improve your vision.

Pins and Needles

It’s common to experience pins and needles if you sit cross-legged for far too long.  However, pins and needles (or the feeling of numbness) throughout the body when you haven’t compressed any part of your body, can indicate a B12 issue. Numbness or the feeling of electric shock waves can be the result of nerve damage in B12 deficient patients. All leading back to poor red blood cell production from a lack of B12.

When you notice persistent health issues like these, you may want to consider a quality B12 supplement.


A combination of B complex and non-essential amino acids( you could just call them amino acids). Some of these amino acids are not readily available from food and are not produced by the body.

These lipotropic injections have what are called lipotropic qualities which means they help the body process fat. Lipotropic injections can be used with many different diet plans to help with weight loss.

Ingredients in the injection include:

  1. Inositol and Choline – these are co-enzymes. These co-enzymes are responsible for helping the body burn fats. The reason that they are effective in speeding up weight loss is because they have the ability to remove fats from the liver. There is no chance for the fat to build up in the liver and become too toxic
  2. Choline is tied to the production of Bile. If we are short on choline fats can be trapped in the liver and block normal metabolic function. Both Choline and Inositol are crucial for nerve and brain function. Choline also melts away fat and sweeps it out of the body. It is essentially a fat emulsifier. Emulsifiers get rid of cholesterol in a fast way so it does not stick to artery walls and cause heart disease.  
  3. Methianine assists in fat breakdown and also helps the digestive system and aids the liver in detoxifying the body.
  4. B1 or Thiamine is a catalyst or helper to the body in the use of sugar.
  5. B2 helps in the metabolism of fats and carbohydrates.
  6. B2 or niacinamide works  to lower cholesterol and reduce inflammation.
  7. B12 is a vitamin involved  with every cell in the body but is especially important to the brain, nervous system and energy production.
  8. B5 helps turn fat into energy.

All Lipovite injections come with either Myoden (as per previous ) OR they have  L-Carnitine which stimulates the body’s burning of triglycerides produced from sugar and promotes the development of lean muscle.