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SPOORK Posts: 1,193
5/25/12 8:45 A

Fortified milk, non-dairy milk, fortified cereal, and fish.

Meat and fish
Nutritional yeast

Vitmain D:

LUANN_IN_PA Posts: 17,304
5/25/12 7:48 A

I\f your blood test says that you are b12 deficient, your doctor will schedule you for shots.

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5/25/12 6:25 A

Simple solution if your feeling tired is to make a appointment with your doctor and get tested.. Some people are dependant on their doctor for a annual B12 injection no matter how much they sun themselfs or take vitamin this and that.. If you have issues with your health always consult your doctor not forum boards.. If we tell you incorrect information your health suffers not ours..

If your eating milk products, protein, fish and cereals your probably covering your daily needs- so a check up if you have not done this will wipe out any anxiety issues..

Edited by: REDSHOES2011 at: 5/25/2012 (06:30)
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5/24/12 10:00 P

Thanks for the reply. Right now there is sunshine in this great state of VT but generally it is not in abundance.

It is in the smaller steps that the bigger destinations are attained. ~Nan O'Brien
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5/24/12 9:47 P

The best source of vitamin D your body has is outside... up in the sky. :) Unless you have a medical condition that contraindicates sun exposure, getting out there for just 5-30 minutes a day will take care of most of your needs!

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5/24/12 9:11 P

I find that I'm not getting enough B12 or Vitamin which both help with energy. What are some suggestions for foods low in calories but high in these two vitamins?

It is in the smaller steps that the bigger destinations are attained. ~Nan O'Brien
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