Low B12? Why it matters and what to do about it

I have seen so many vitamin B 12 levels from clients lately that are just so low that is mind boggling. Vitamin B12 (cobalamin) is essential for several key functions in the human body, including: Normal reference range for B12 is 110-600pmol/l here in New Zealand (and similar in other Western countries). Interestingly, and for reference, in Japan itContinue reading “Low B12? Why it matters and what to do about it”

Your brain on MCT

As we age it is so important to practice health behaviours that mitigate accelerated ageing in an environment that encourages it. Importantly, looking after our brain to ensure it doesn’t suffer from the negative metabolic impact of ageing is key to this. In addition to rising rates of type 2 diabetes and cardiovascular disease, weContinue reading “Your brain on MCT”