Have you talked to your doctor? You say you "feel" that it's not enough; have you had that confirmed? There are a lot of other conditions that could make you feel like you have a vitamin deficiency, so let your doctor know that you're not feeling right. S/he might want to check you out again to make sure there's not something else going on.
This will give you a very extensive listing, which you should find helpful.
I assume you can absorb B-12 from foods??? Since you report that it is your choice to use shots not the oral supplement form??
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Here's how I get my B12 throughout the day: - fortified almond or soy milk. Usually one cup has 50% RDA for a 2000 calorie diet. - nutritional yeast. I use it to make 'cheeze' sauce, sprinkle it on popcorn, etc. - fortified vegetarian/veggie 'meat products', like burgers. - vegan mac and cheese (road's end is my fav)
I've found since I switched to vegan eating, all my B vitamin levels are through the roof. I'm in the midst of finals and usually I stress so much I can't eat but I've been way more relaxed. Only difference between the last 3 terms and this term is the way I eat and how much more conscious I am about getting enough B12.
You can also track it on your nutrition tracker if you want to see how you're doing throughout the day.
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Thank you. I read through the list and even commented on it. I'm trying to find options that will work for me, I'm a picky eater and am not finding much on the list that I eat.
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