Potassium and B12 Balance

Potassium and B12 Balance

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hey guys in this video I want to talk about the relationship between b12 and potassium if you’re taking either one of these this video would be important to you for example if you take potassium for a long period of time you could potentially deplete your b12 especially if you’re not consuming enough b12 in the diet okay b12 comes from animal products it’s very high in liver and red meat and things like that but if you’re a vegan you’re not going to get it so if you’re a vegan taking potassium you better be taking b12 as well or you can become deficient here’s some of the symptoms of a b12 deficiency depression paranoia delusions dementia pins and needles and numbness any part of the body hands fee anemia swollen tongue fatigue tremors okay so you have these resting tremors now the other point you need to know is that if you increase b12 by taking it as a supplement you can decrease your potassium reserves so just be aware of that and the symptoms of potassium deficiency fatigue muscle cramp weak abdominal pain bloating constipation thirst and depression okay and one last thing b12 is stored in the body for a long period of time up to you know several years so the chances of you becoming deficient take longer than the potassium deficiency so if you’re taking potassium it could take a long time before you see any deficiency in b12 because your body stores that and also you may not even see any problem if you’re consuming animal products on a regular basis but if you’re a vegan definitely need to take b12 also on the flip side if you’re taking B 12 realize we don’t store potassium for a long time so you may run out pretty quick and just realize that some of these symptoms may turn on if you’re not consuming enough potassium in the diet as in seven to ten cups of vegetables or other foods with potassium alright guys I’ll see you in the next video hey before you go would you mind putting a comment down below to tell me what you think about this video

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In this video, Dr. Berg talks about the relationship between B12 and potassium. Taking potassium for a long period of time could deplete b12 especially if you aren’t consuming enough b12 in the diet. Increasing B12 by taking it as a supplement, you can decrease the potassium reserves.
Symptoms of Vitamin B12 Deficiency
• Depression
• Paranoia
• Delusions
• Dementia
• Pins/Needles and Numbness in the body
• Anemia
• Swollen Tongue
• Fatigue
• Tremors
Symptoms of Potassium Deficiency
• Fatigue
• Muscle Cramps
• Weak
• Abdominal Pain
• Bloat
• Constipation
• Thirst
• Depression
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Dr. Berg, 53 years of age is a chiropractor who specializes in Healthy Ketosis & Intermittent Fasting. He is the author of The New Body Type Guide and other books published by KB Publishing. He has taught students nutrition as an adjunct professor at Howard University. He no longer practices, but focuses on health education through social media.
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