vitamins and lymphoma
There have been studies performed, including one at Sloan Kettering, which show a possible connection between supplements for Vitamins B6, B12, and D with increased risk for lymphoma and especially leukemia. Has anyone's oncologist ever mentioned this? I take D on my GP recommendation and B12 for anemia. The B12 seems to really help the anemia. Vitamin B6 is not one I take and no multivitamins. I try to take only minimal multiples of MDR and not megadoses, though megadoses of B12, which is water soluble, are reportedly safe since any extra passes out through the urine. This could be a real game changer if accurate. During the decade before diagnosis I was a real health nut and very careful what I ate, was at my ideal weight, got lots of exercise, and took supplements every day. Could that have been my downfall? My job required constant worldwide travel and long hours so I thought I was protecting my health but may have been doing just the opposite. Has anyone looked into the negative effects of supplements? I suppose another culprit could have been radiation in airplanes. I am a million miler several times over. I am concerned about this because I want my son to avoid any such mistakes. Like his Dad he is a road warrior. It's an unhealthy lifestyle.
Mick Frank commented
Taking vitamins is not always useful, especially when they are abused. This can develop into depression. When I ate vitamins with spoons, I was waiting for the improvement of the results of the growth of nails and hair, before I could wait for this, I got mental disorders. And I had to seek professional help https://us.calmerry.com/anxiety-therapy/ to balance the situation. Therefore, when using certain vitamins, be sure to read the instructions
The supplements helped me when I was deficient in protein in my body because I had a difficult birth. Doctors prescribed me Nootropic Supplements ( https://paradigmpeptides.com/product-category/nootropics/ ) and told me to take them for six months so my microflora and body could recover from the painful childbirth. The supplements most likely helped prevent hair loss and joint pain since the doctors told me that was very likely after my C-section. This may be my case, but I suggest you consult with your doctor about collagen peptides to ensure they will assist you. You will need blood tests, and then your doctor will find the right treatment for you. Good luck and good health!
I have not read about such studies, perhaps such consequences are caused by the peculiarities of the body, maybe these are isolated cases. There is no definite answer to this question because not all supplements contain the same components, but all supplements must be tested before they are sold. I only use proven supplements and vitamins https://www.healthcanal.com/mental-health-behavior/best-nootropics, the ones I like the most are brain enhancement supplements. During exams, this is exactly what you need.
mr letoojugyy b commented
I also use metformin for my diabetes treatment, and I can guarantee it's not a cause for hair loss. However, the conditions it treats, such as type 2 diabetes and PCOS, have a known side effect of hair loss. I also suffered from it, and it was hard to grow it back since it was falling out in chunks. It was even worse during my pregnancy, but I took prenatal supplements from https://www.thorne.com/products/dp/basic-prenatal, which really helped me. I read somewhere that metformin can increase the risk of vitamin B-12 deficiency, which can cause hair loss. I guess there are two sides to every story.