3) B12 Blood Status Panel Test

 3) B12 Blood Status Panel Test



Testing – How Valuable Is It? 


VERY Valuable!


There are some types of Testing, which I believe to be very valuable – both in IBD disease management, and in IBD disease diagnosis, and I will go over those types of tests here, and will share with you which tests I’ve done  and why.


These tests are:


1) Genetic Risk, Carrier Risk, Drug Response Testing


2) Inflammation Panel



 3) B12 Blood Status Panel Test



3) B12 Blood Status Panel Test  



This panel contains the following tests:


B12 and folic acid blood testing help doctors diagnose central nervous system disorders, anemia, and malabsorption syndromes. B12 and folic acid also play an important role in energy level, muscle strength and memory.


Because B12 and folate are derived solely from dietary intake, such as egg yolks, beef, poultry and fish, many people are deficient in these important vitamins.


Methylmalonic Acid (MMA) found in the urine is often associated with the early stages of B12 deficiency. MMA may be ordered along with a homocysteine test, when a vitamin B12 deficiency is suspected. An MMA test also may be ordered as a follow-up to an elevated homocysteine level.


To read : Vitamin B12 – The Multiple Benefits of this Complex Supplement, click here


Another important read, Report: B12 Surprising New Findings, click here to read it



 3) B12 Blood Status Panel Test




Click here to get info on this B12 Test





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