Resources – Vitamin B12

There are plenty of resources to help you learn more about vitamin B12 deficiency and to support you in your quest for better healthcare.


Pernicious Anaemia Society   Twitter: https://twitter.com/PASOC

B12 Deficiency Support Group   Twitter: https://twitter.com/b12d

B12 Deficiency Info



Books are always invaluable educational resources.  The ones below are particularly excellent.

couldbeb12Could it be B12?: An Epidemic of Misdiagnoses - by Sally M. Pacholok




Living with Pernicious Anaemia and Vitamin B12 Deficiency - by Martyn Hooperlvingwithpab12d




PA forgottenPernicious Anaemia: the Forgotten Disease: The Causes and Consequences of Vitamin B12 Deficiency - by Martyn Hooper




hcysolutionThe Homocysteine Solution – by Patrick Holford




heartrevoThe Heart Revolution – by Dr. Kilmer McNully





Thorne Research – oral vitamin supplements. In our opinion these are the most bioavailable, with the most rigorous scientific research backing up their formulations. They are available in the UK.