I love the work Dr. Brownstein has done on Iodine/Thyroid. I look forward to hearing what he says about B12. I've been upping my meat intake lately. I have B12 in the M form but the formula has xylitol in it so the box sits on my shelf. There is no room for brain damage from the excitotoxins in xylitol in this already fragile brain of mine.
DING DING!!!I take a B-50 daily, and only buy a B-12 supplement if I'm feeling run down. It's always sublingual cyanocobalmin. Keeping my fingers crossed for the prize SG.
PS: just came from the health food store and picked up some that was on sale, and it's Methyl-Cobalmin. What did you learn from the book, is one form preferred over the others? Which one is the least desireable?