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Re: Andy,supplements?

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  • AndyCutler@aol.com
    ... way ... lot during ... eventually gave it ... Oral B-12 IS much less effective. That s why you use 80 times as much. B-12 is cheap. The Vitamin Shoppe
    Message 1 of 6 , Oct 19, 2001
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      --- In Autism-Mercury@y..., "The Kramer Family" <nmkramer@e...> wrote:
      > | Also what do you think about b-
      > | > 12 injections for supplementation?would that suffice for B
      > | > vit.supplementation?
      > |
      > | He needs the other B's too. Also, for every 1 mg they inject,
      > | feeding him 80 mg gets the same amount into him. B-12 sublingual
      > | lozenges (which can be eaten or sucked on) are quite cheap. That
      way
      > | there are no needles.
      >
      > Hi,
      >
      > My daughter got B12 shots and I think her coordination improved a
      lot during
      > that period. But it was extremely traumatic for her and I
      eventually gave it
      > up. Our doctor said that the oral B12 is much less effective.

      Oral B-12 IS much less effective. That's why you use 80 times as
      much. B-12 is cheap. The Vitamin Shoppe sells 3 mg sublingual
      lozenges that actually are quite tasty. NOW foods sells 5 mg
      lozenges that are smaller, but don't have much taste and kids might
      not go for them.

      >He suggested
      > trying DMSO with B12 transdermally, but I never did. She just gets
      oral Bs now.
      >
      > Mary K.
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