When it comes to health, the number of factors involved is absolutely enormous. The big picture becomes even more complex when we consider the dizzying array of conflicting medical philosophies, health information, nutritional protocols, and exercise regimens available to us. Even the most highly trained professionals have their blind spots – and it appears that one of them has resulted in an epidemic of misdiagnoses. Registered nurse Sally Pacholok, the co-author of Could It Be B12?, joins us to shed light on vitamin B12 deficiency, a widespread condition that can cause permanent and crippling nerve damage. As it turns out, the symptoms of vitamin B12 deficiency are nearly impossible to differentiate from a great many debilitating and life-altering conditions, including Alzheimer’s, dementia, multiple sclerosis, mental illness, autism, depression, fatigue, and infertility. If you or your loved ones have been diagnosed with any of these conditions, this segment with Sally Pacholok might just be the ray of hope you’ve been looking for.
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Thank you Kim and Sally! This is highly valuable and essential information. I am so glad I listened. I will do my part to get the word out about B12. I always learn so much from these interviews.
hello, i listen on a regular basis, my format due to being on the run all the time, is to record and listen via headphones. the one on b-12 hits on the nail my wifes problems. thanks!
We’re glad it helped. Thanks for letting us know.
i am suffering from p anemia . yr inerview a big big source info in put . May Allah bless you all . once we start taking b12 inj how long for recovery. jimmy
I thank you for your book. I am a walking survivor, I am being treated.
Once able to share my story on the phone with John V. Dommisse, M.D. I could not believe it, a true blessing. I called his clinic after hours and he answered and we had a wonderful conversation. I told him of my video that had won a national contest. He viewed it and called me back. He told me how lucky I was to be alive! He share the information about you and your book, I bought it the next day. I bought one for the NURSE who saved my life “MY ANGEL”, with one simple question, “Has anyone ever checked you B12, and no one had”
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Now, my children are 22 a son (400 range) who suffers from chronic fatigue and GI issues and my 18 year daughter (300 range) suffers from extreme chronic fatigue and both experience low metabolism issues, no Doctor will listen. How do we get people to listen, when they are still in the so called “Normal Range” Myself, their mother has to maintain a higher than normal level. Our clinic is aware of this. Knowing patients need to be treated symptomatically as I am a walking example and not having any one listen is frustrating.
I talk about my B12 story to medical Professionals, any nurse who will listen, anyone I can share my story with. In fact next week I am being interviewed by our Health Care Insurance Marketing Department. They think my story could help many others. As I suffered for a long time with with Chronic Fatigue, a Sleep Disorder, Fibromyalgia, Nerve Damage, Hair Loss, Bleeding Gums, Unexplainable Uterine Bleed, Chronic Inflation of the Bladder, Slowed Metabolism, High blood pressure, nerve damage and was in the process of being tested for MS and 7 miserable years of a UC constant flare so bad that I came so close to having my colon removed. Over 27 pills a day and all forms of UC medications.
Now I take a B12 Injection weekly and I am ready to FLY! I feel GREAT!
I hope the word continues to spread, I thank you for the book. It is a good thing I was sitting down while I read it, I almost fell off my chair as it was.
Thank you sooooo much for drawing our attention to Sally Pocholok’s study on B12 deficiency. Wish people would realize how important B12 actually is to their well-being, particularly vegetarians and vegans, not to mention H.pylori sufferers and the elderly in general. Most importantly, wish ALL doctors would listen to this interview or read Sally’s book. They may save many patients in time before that deficiency ruins their brain, eyes or nervous system.
You have done your listeners a GREAT service airing this interview. Bless you dear Kim and many thanks to Sally for her invaluable contribution.