There's nothing like a high quality B series of vitamins to improve nervous system function. I prefer to take the B12 in shots because it's much more effective, especially if you cannot absorb vitamin B12 sufficiently from the diet. One clue for me that I'm low on B12 is that the iris of my eye seems to lighten from brown to green. (I wouldn't know about
blue eyes.) It's important to take the whole series because taking too much of one may cause an imbalance in the others.
Vitamin C is very important since the human cannot manufacture it; in addition, it travels on the same pathway that glucose does, and in transport glucose will win every time leaving a deficiency of vitamin C. C has more functions in the body than any other vitamin. Read some information on it.
If you take a high-quality multiple vitamin, that should be the maximum that you need if you eat properly--more vegetables and salads, reducing the amount of meat at each serving and increasing fibre while reducing or eliminating all white flour products and sugar.
(The body can make all the glucose it needs for the brain.) Use
whole wheat products for grains. And eat fresh fruits. (I've read that all canned foods are without value for nutrition.)
Hope you're well soon.
Post Edited (It's Genetic) : 2/6/2011 4:45:58 PM (GMT-7)