Every once in a while life brings us those unexpected revelations of truth. Moments that force us to reflect on what we really value and how much of our previously held beliefs are actually true. Can having a discussion about vitamin E bring us to that point? Hell no! .........but we are going to talk about its forgotten side and the SHOCKING ways it's been swept underneath the rug, to the detriment of us all. If you've ever been curious about guzzling pints of Malaysian palm oil and looking for a reason to finally give it a shot.......you're in luck.
B12 might be a useful supplement for a lot of different people. Especially if you're elderly or suffer from an autoimmune condition. If you're one of these people insufficient B12 creeps up on you like a cunning predator, closely following you in the shadows for years until its effects finally rear their ugly head and snatch you from the clutches of sanity. That's right.....inadequate B12 halts your ability to focus and think clearly. So if you want to know more about how to use B12 and prevent the nutties, read on.
The last 10 years has seen an extraordinary push towards food that people feel is "clean." No funny sounding ingredients on the label. Animal treatment that'd make us feel comfortable dropping off our pets there. Rugged farmers with squared jaw lines and taut, muscular bodies that remind us of Robert Redford. That's right...........we're sick of McFood. Curiously enough, did you know ALL OF THESE THINGS point towards a common enemy that's rarely acknowledged? There's a mineral causing metabolic madness that's hiding in plain sight.
Adam Conover is a TV-wise-guy that likes to poke sticks at popular canons to reveal deeper truths. He just did a piece on vitamins and why a belief in their therapeutic capabilities are massively overstated. WATCH OUT FOLKS!!! Looks like we've got a controversy-a-brewin'. His insights run counter to my sensibilities, so I angrily come before you readers, debatin' muscles ready to flex, with foam at my mouth so I can animalistically defend my intellectual soap box and settle the score. Adam Conover, meet your archnemesis, Jonathan Bechtel!
Folic acid is used synonymously with folate but lots of people don't understand the differences between the two. Folic acid is a specific molecule. Folate is a generic term. Folic acid is made in a lab. Folate usually refers to what you find in greens. Understanding these details has mind-melting implications for your health. Come, let's explore them some more.