I started taking the shots about two months ago...the weight is coming off fast and the energy level is at its highest. I find myself taking it more and more, almost every other day. I have both the 1000 and 100 injectables. Does anyone know if taking shots this often is bad for you.
ITs my understanding that you basically can't get too much
b-12. Your body will absorb what it needs or can use or whatever and process out the rest but it won't hurt you. I've heard the same about most vitamins. This is off the subject, but I once heard if I felt cold symptoms coming on to take about five vitamin C tablets every 4-5 hours. It works!
Also, I know of people taking B-12 with hcg five days a week. I wouldn't do it, but its being done - so far with good results! Good luck!
Where do you get your vitamin b inj. I was getting it from a weight loss clinic and I didnt think it did anything, but I think they gave a small amount and charged alot.I would like a reputable place to buy it from
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