Doctors and other medical professionals praise

Could It Be B12? An Epidemic of Misdiagnoses 

“This is the definitive book on B12 deficiency, diagnosis and treatment for the lay reader and for the interested physician. As a result of reading this book, I now routinely test serum B12 and Urinary MMA on ALL patients, and have been surprised to find many symptomatic B12 deficient patients completely missed by the medical system.”

—Jeffrey Dach, M.D. 

“It’s been said that nothing is so blind as the eye that wills not to see. As a practicing physician I can only hope that malpractice attorneys don’t read this book.”

—Richard Nimbach, D.O. 

“Sally Pacholok and Jeffrey Stuart are to be congratulated for calling attention to this common disorder that affects a significant proportion of the population, particularly among the elderly. The number of conditions and illnesses that can be attributed to deficiency of vitamin B12 is impressive. It is often underdiagnosed and undertreated by the medical profession. I recommend this book to professionals and patients alike who are interested in finding the underlying cause and cure of many common diseases and conditions related to deficiency of vitamin B12.”

—Kilmer McCully, M.D., author of The Homocysteine Revolution and The Heart Revolution and winner of the 1998 Linus Pauling Functional Medicine Award 

“I defy you to read this book then not get yourself or a loved one tested for B12 deficiency.”

—Eric Norman, Ph.D., developer of the UMMA test for B12 deficiency and founder of the first commercial laboratory to provide UMMA testing 

“I have gained a distinct sense that we physicians, neurologists and psychiatrists have been miserly with our B12 diagnosis and treatments.”

—John Dommisse, M.D. 

Could It Be B12? is both powerful and revealing. It serves as a reminder that often times a simple precaution and nutrition awareness will save lives and a ton of money. Nearly one of every five U.S. dollars spent, or about 19.6 percent of the gross domestic product, will go toward health care by 2020. This book will help to heighten the urgency to practice preventative care on a daily basis.”

— Charles H. Liu, R.Ph., clinical pharmacist, nutrition and preventive care specialist 

“The authors have committed themselves to this noble cause. They have made this book an invaluable resource for medical students, practicing physicians and other health care professionals. Could It Be B12? speaks only the truth, and in doing so, it ‘gives life back’ to those with B12 deficiency who were well on their way to losing their lives altogether.”

—Joseph Chandy (Kayalackakom), M.D., recipient of the Glory of India Award