Should I take vitamin B12 if my serum B12 level is high?

Common contributors to Vitamin B12 deficiency include: vegetarian/vegan diet stomach acid medications antibiotics oral contraceptives aspirin (ASA) blood sugar medications such as metformin  Normal serum vitamin B12 levels range between 200-900 pg/mL. Serum B12 levels may not accurately reflect tissue B12 levels. What this means is that you could have a tissue level deficiency that…

Summit’s Supplements Guide

People like to experiment.  I certainly do. Many people assume that if they experiment with supplements and natural substances that this is safe for them to do.  It may not be.  If you already take certain supplements, or medications, randomly adding additional medicinal substances could really get you into trouble, so do yourself a favour:…

What is a mineral?

A mineral nutrient is an essential element other than carbon, hydrogen, nitrogen or oxygen that must be repeatedly consumed to promote growth and development, and to sustain health. Examples of essential minerals for human beings include boron, calcium,  chlorine, cobalt, copper, chromium, iodine, iron, magnesium, molybdenum, phosphorus, potassium, selenium, sodium, sulfur and zinc