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  1. B12 is a very misunderstood Vitamin. Many nutritionist do not realize that ALL B12 is synthetic, even when it occurs "in nature". Ideally our own intestines will synthesize B12, but with today's massive consumption of medications and junk foods, almost no-one can make their own B12. This is why we need to supplement it. B12 is found in beef because cattle eat greens/grass and the natural fermentation in the intestine synthesize B12 and it is absorbed back into the animal.

    Further, many suggest that seaweeds, wheatgrass, wheat germ, rice bran, yeast, chlorella, kelp, bee pollen, rose hips and flaxseed are sources of B12. They are not. Sometimes however, B12 can be found (inconsistently) ON these items and therefore cannot be counted on as a reliable source.

    The real problem with B12 (as opposed to all other vitamins), is not that it's synthetic but that it is (also) made in a lab by businesses that value profits over your health. For example, the Lab made B12 known as Cyanocobalamin is terrible for human consumption because it contains approximately 2% Cyanide (yes the poison). Better synthetic types of B12 such as Methylcobalamin are a good indication that the manufacture actually cares enough about their customer to not poison them.

    Under ideal conditions, the human body can and does produce its own B12 inside the intestines, which is then absorbed back into the body. However, because of unhealthy and polluted foods, leading to improper gut chemistry in our systems, most people are not producing their own B12. That is until Promanatein. One of the specific design elements of Promanatein was to include a specially formulated Probiotic / Prebiotic that would and could be proven to stimulate the production of B12 in the human body.   [edit]
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  2. There is no actual Vitamin B17. The term is often applied to Laetrile a cancer drug, and Amygdalin, the natural substance from which Laetrile is made. Amygdalin occurs in and is derived from natural food sources and most abundant in seeds of plants of the prunasin family, such as apricots and apples, peaches, and almonds.

    Banned in the USA by the FDA in the 1980s but touted by some alternative medicine practitioners (in the USA and other countries) as a treatment for cancer. Once labeled and marketed as a vitamin, its appearance practically disappeared entirely in the US medical community.

    Today, however, there are many websites supporting this nutrient as a miracle cure while at the same time there are many vilifying it as a hoax.

    This "glycoside" nutrient has however been linked with cancer prevention in alternative medicine practices and there are anecdotal claims that it has actually cured cancer.

    It is said that "Vitamin" B17 interacts with other antioxidants — including vitamin A, vitamin C and vitamin E — along with pancreatic enzymes to break down and eliminate harmful cells from the body. The claim is that it is beneficial for detox support, immunity and potentially even various forms of disease prevention.   [edit]
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  3. Thiamin or Vitamin B-1, can alter your body odor if taken in mega doses. Some of the excess thiamin leaks out through the skin, which causes your body to smell. The recommended dose for this vitamin is 1.1 to 1.2 milligrams daily, but more is unlikely to cause serious health impact beyond the possible body odor.  [edit]
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  4. B1 supplements are almost always of the synthetic type called "Thiamin Mononitrate" and should be considered unsafe and dangerous at ANY LEVEL OF CONSUMPTION. According to Dr. Mary Newport M.D. Research Site, Thiamin Mononitrate is quite likely the cause of numerous disorders.

    Supplement suppliers use synthetics in replacement of actual vitamins often. When B1 or Thiamin is found in whole raw foods it is safe and it cannot be overdosed.  [edit]
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  5. Vitamin B1, also called thiamine or thiamin, is one of 8 B vitamins. All B vitamins help the body convert food (carbohydrates) into fuel (glucose), which the body uses to produce energy. These B vitamins, often referred to as B-complex vitamins, also help the body metabolize fats and protein.  [edit]
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  6. Thiamin or Vitamin B-1, can alter your body odor if taken in mega doses. Some of the excess thiamin leaks out through the skin, which causes your body to smell. The recommended dose for this vitamin is 1.1 to 1.2 milligrams daily, but more is unlikely to cause serious health impact beyond the possible body odor.  [edit]
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