Vitamin B-12 Could Help Reduce Seasonal Allergies
A recent study confirms that. Children who had severe allergies were temporarily moved from their own homes to a group home setting where they had the opportunity to “de-stress.” They were then exposed to dust and many substances that would normally cause a strong allergic reaction. Researchers observed a minimal allergic reaction. Several other studies have not only made the connection between B-12 and stress, but have suggested that Vitamin B-12 could help reduce seasonal allergies.
For example in a recent clinical study, a group of seasonal allergy sufferers spent up to six weeks taking massive amounts of B-12 through sublingual delivery, just like TriVita’s Sublingual B-12, B-6 & Folic Acid.
The results were impressive Many of the worse symptoms – sneezing, congestion and itchy, runny nose – were half as severe in the B-12 group as in the placebo group. Researchers stated, “The effects were comparible to Claritin. B-12 is also much safer.” Better yet, people who were taking B-12 didn’t have the tired, draggy feeling so common with antihistamine allergy medications.
Another study found that B-12 taken at an increased dose can help protect against asthmatics from reacting to food with sulfites.
Above information provided by Dr. Scott Conard, M.D. Vita Journal March 2008.
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