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.

Organisations

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

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

B12 Deficiency Info

www.active-b12.com

Books

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

 

 

 

Supplements

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.