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US Vitamin injections Posts New Research Involving B Vitamin Deficiency
Date:1/18/2013

TAMPA, Fla., Jan. 18, 2013 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- In a controlled study the Riordan Clinic Researchers purposely created individual vitamin b deficiencies in rats in order to study the outcome. B vitamins are available only through diet or supplementation since the body cannot create it. They have long been associated with better memory and cognitive abilities, metabolic function, energy and cell formation but what are the results of individual deficiencies?

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Here are the conclusions of conditions that developed as a result of a certain vitamin deficiency.

B1- Rats deficient in this vitamin had lower physical activity than the control group, they also stopped growing within 2 weeks of becoming deficient as well as losing much of their fur.

B5- Rats who were deficient in vitamin b5 gave the animals premature graying fur and they had an ill look to them but no other conditions were uncovered.

B6- The rats that were deprived of b6 only grew half as much as the control group. These animals also had painful inflammations on the tail, nose, ears and feet.

B9, B12 and Choline- Some of the rats that were deprived of these vitamins developed precancerous lesions in the liver.

Clearly having a balanced diet is critical to avoid deficiency in b vitamins however due to some underlying conditions, age or lifestyle choices some may develop a deficiency, particularly a b12 deficiency. For example many develop a deficiency as they age and seniors are more prone to being at risk. Another group, often associated with good health is vegetarians who may not consume enough meat products to get an adequate amount of vitamin b.

US Vitamin Injections is a US based supplier of vitamin shots for general well-being and weight loss. Our Lipo 7 product not only contains vitamin b12 but B6 and Choline as well as other supplements.

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To read more about the study visit this link- http://usvitamininjections.com/articles/b-vitamin-deficiency-research

Media Contact: Don Pierce US Injectables LLC, 866-793-4822, don@usvitamininjections.com

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