Looks Like GERD – B12 Deficiency
The symptoms of a B12 deficiency include nausea, poor appetite, digestion problems, lethargy, irritability, confusion, developmental delays, speech delays, balance problems and numbness in the hands and feet, inflamed mucus membranes, sore tongue, frequent upper respiratory infections. Vitamin B12 is not absorbed well if the patient is on acid reducing medications which increases the risk for babies with GERD. Test results indicating B12 deficiency may show the presence of immature or enlarged red blood cells, macrocytic anemia or megaloblastic anemia, or elevated urine methylmalonic acid levels. Soy and seaweed-based foods are claimed to be good sources of B12 but they contain a type of B12 that is not useful in this case..."
There is very detailed information on www.veganhealth.org
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