Posts Tagged ‘Could it be B12?’

Sally on Real Food Forager with Dr. Jill Tieman

Jill Tieman

Sally was interviewed by Dr. Jill Tieman on January 9, 2012 for her blog, Real Food Forager

Dr. Tieman describes the creation of her blog: “As a Clinical  Nutritionist/Chiropractor with a  specialty in SCD (Specific Carbohydrate Diet) and GAPS (Gut and Psychology Syndrome), I found myself giving Weston Price Foundation, SCD or GAPS style advice again and again.  It became clear to me that I needed a way to get this dietary information to people in a usable, concise, outline without having to repeat myself again and again. I realized that if I used the format of a blog, it could reach a lot of people and also allow us to have a dialog. Importantly, I could refer people to this blog for the details they would need to be successful on these various diets. As a Weston A. Price Foundation chapter leader, it is also my goal to reach as many people as possible through this blog in order to help them achieve vibrant health in our modern world.”  Her main purpose “…is to give general information to individuals with the perspective of traditional ways of eating and preparing food.”


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Sally on It’s Rainmaking Time! with Kim Greenhouse

Kim Greenhouse

Sally was interviewed by Kim Greenhouse for her website It’s Rainmaking Time!  The 84 minute podcast was posted August 12, 2011.  Sally and Kim discuss, in depth, vitamin B12 deficiency and her book Could It Be B12?

Kim Greenhouse created It’s Rainmaking Time! “…as a broadcast vehicle for introducing new and ancient knowledge, solutions, discoveries, and compelling stories.”  She describes her website as follows: “It’s Rainmaking Time! is about bringing people together and providing a space for the expansion of consciousness.  The show is meant to highlight the exciting realms of exploration, discovery, new and ancient knowledge, and to empower inquiry, adventure, and investment in totally new areas of focus.  Our guests span a broad variety of professions, often with totally different backgrounds, frames of reference, knowledge, information, experience, and expertise.  They are often front-runners in their fields, both known and unknown, who wish to elevate understanding of something that is beneficial to the public.”

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Could It Be B12? 2nd Edition Available Now

The second edition of Could It Be B12? (winner of the 2011 Indie Excellence Award in the General Health category) is now available.  It has been more than half a decade since the original version was published and the response from the public has been overwhelming.  We’ve touched more lives than we ever expected.  The second edition includes the latest research, new case studies from the literature and our practices, and updates the newest tests and treatment protocols.  It also includes a forward written by Joseph Chandy, MD, a general practitioner from the UK and recipient of the 2010 Glory of India award, as well as two new chapters: A pediatric chapter for all pediatricians, specialists and parents, and a cost-effectiveness chapter revealing how billions of health care dollars are being wasted on undiagnosed B12 deficiency.  This chapter demonstrates how early diagnosis and treatment is critical in the era of spiraling health care costs.  It also shows not only how insurance companies and the government will save billions of dollars, but how much money consumers will save.

Sally on the Livin’ La Vida Low-Carb Show with Jimmy Moore

A 60 minute interview with Sally on the Livin’ La Vida Low-Carb Show with Jimmy Moore aired this week.  In it, Sally discusses the epidemic of misdiagnosed B12 deficiency and the associated dangers.

Jimmy Moore is the self-proclaimed “ultimate evangelist for the low-carb lifestyle.”  Here is how he is described on his web site

Jimmy Moore

“In January 2004, Jimmy Moore made a decision to get rid of the weight that was literally killing him. At 32 years of age and 410 pounds, the time had come for a radical change of lifestyle. A year later, he had shed 180 pounds, shrunk his waist by 20 inches, and dropped his shirt size from 5XL to XL. After his dramatic weight loss, Jimmy was inundated with requests from friends, neighbors and complete strangers seeking information and help. Jimmy is dedicated to helping as many people as possible find the information they need to make the kind of lifestyle change he has made. To that end, he has started a blog and a number of web-sites to get out the message of lifestyle change and healthy living.”

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B12 Event in Birmingham, AL

 Great Food, Great Music and Invaluable Health Information 

Come join us for an informal reception at Gallery Services for

Sally M. Pacholok, R.N. and Jeffrey J. Stuart, D.O.

Authors of “Could It Be B12?: An Epidemic of Misdiagnoses” 

Anyone of any age may be at risk for vitamin B12 deficiency

Ms. Pacholok and Dr. Stuart will be available to answer

your questions and help you learn the signs and risk factors

and why vitamin B12 is so important to your overall health

 O’Carrs will provide food and soft beverages

and Cleve Eaton and his band will be playing Jazz 

A brief presentation will be offered at 7:00

followed by a drawing for a beautiful piece of framed art


September 25th, 2009

6:00 to 9:00 pm


Gallery Services

2901 3rd Avenue South

Birmingham, Alabama



There is no cost for the event.

To sign up send an email to 

The Little Professor will also offer a book signing

Saturday September 26th, 11:00 to 1:00 pm