With society's greater awareness of nutritional health, there is an increasing number of studies and trials being carried out right across the globe. From doctors carrying out trials, scientists doing lab research, and even patient groups gathering information and anecdotal evidence from within their membership, we are getting ever closer to understanding vitamin B12 deficiencies.

Right here is where we will keep you up-to-date with all the latest research and news on studies, trials, ideas and even questions involving vitamin B12.

Please note that this page will be updated regularly with any new information we find that's worth sharing, so keep checking in!

When we became inundated with queries an desperate cries for help from many of our support group members, after their GP's withdrew B12 injections due to the Covid-19 Crisis, we wrote to each of the home nations governments, and the top medical bodies within the UK. Shortly afterwhich new guidance was issued. Although we cannot be sure that our letter influenced the changes, we are grateful they were made, an appreciate the responses from each of the recipients who took the time to reply. A copy of this letter can be downloaded here.


The link between inherited Parkinson's disease and vitamin B12

Spanish research carried out by University of the Basque Country shows that Adenosylcobalamin "acts as an inhibitor of the kinase activity of LRRK2", the enzyme known to be affected by gene mutations in the inherited forms of Parkinson's disease.

Nobel Laureates awarded for their work with vitamin B12

The essential role that nutrients play in our everyday lives has been known for centuries, with Nobel prizes in Physiology or Medicine, for their work with vitamins, being awarded in 1934 to George Hoyt Whipple, George Richards Minot and William Parry Murphy, and in 1965 to Robert Burns Woodward, in 1957 to Lord (Alexander R.) Todd, then in 1964 to Dorothy Crowfoot Hodgkin. Yet the realities of B12 deficiencies are still very much misunderstood.



With the rise of post viral health concerns within the Covid-19 survivor community, this recent hypothesis asks "Can vitamin B12 be an adjuvant to COVID-19 treatment?"

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