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Vitamin B12 deficiency is commonly misdiagnosed / Active B12 Protocol / Freddd

Discussion in 'Detox: Methylation; B12; Glutathione; Chelation' started by jmiller, Nov 9, 2011.

  1. jmiller


    Vitamin B12 deficiency is commonly misdiagnosed - WrongDiagnosis.com

    People from the above forum are looking for a new home. The Wrong Diagnosis (WD) website was recently changed to www.bettermedicine.com. Unfortunately, it takes a long time for posts to appear on the new site. This has brought the information exchange to a grinding halt. The knowledge I gained on the WD forum saved my life. It would be a tragedy if the WD dialog was silenced

    This new thread is an attempt to continue the ongoing discussion of the Active B12 Protocol. This protocol is oftentimes referred to as Freddd's protocol. Many people have greatly benefited from Freddd's insight and support

    The Better Medicine site can serve as an archive of over 16K posts...

    * * ARCHIVE - "Vitamin B12 deficiency is commonly misdiagnosed" FORUM

    * * ARCHIVE - "Active B12 Basics"

  2. Freddd

    Freddd Senior Member

    Salt Lake City
    Hi Joseph,

    I missed all that while I was dealing with my daughter's death. The only thing different here is that there people are working with more theories. All the symptoms are the same and I will be participating in the discussion and continue to push the frontier of knowlege ahead.

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