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Vitamin B-12 Does Not Need to Be Obtained From Animals: Heres Why

Updated: Aug 9


Vitamin B-12 is synthesized by bacteria and is therefore found in areas of bacterial growth, namely dirt and soil. This is an affect of local farming and why its so important to support local farmed produce.

This is the ONLY reason animals have it...as they too consume plants with dirt.

Same logic as protein. People that are on animal based diets are still lacking B12 as well.

Where do I get my protein from? Plants. Where does animal get theirs from? Plants. We must stop filtering our nutrients through someone else's body who got theirs from the plants!! Just go to the source directly. People are overdosing on bad B12 and protein supplements

If we eat nutrient-dense foods daily we never have to question our intake of B12, protein or iron.


▶▶Remember minerals are JUST as important to maintain optimal health. Research the 92 minerals our body is made of…

Herbs & Foods With High Iron Content:

Burdock Root – Rich in iron.

Prepare it as a tea.

Callaloo – Rich in iron. Can be cooked or blended into a shake or added to a raw meal.

Conconsa – Rich in iron. Contains Potassium Phosphate. (Highest Concentration of Potassium Phosphate)

Dandelion Green – Rich in iron. Can be cooked or blended into a shake or added to a raw meal.

Elderberries – Rich in iron. Prepare it as a tea or blend it into a shake or add it to a raw meal.


Guaco – Rich in iron. Contains Potassium Phosphate. Prepare it as a tea.

Kale – Rich in iron. Can be cooked or blended into a shake or added to a raw meal.

Lambs Quarters (plant) – Rich in iron.

Purslane – Rich in iron. Can be cooked or blended into a shake or added to a raw meal. You can often find this outside in the summer.

Sarsasparilla – Rich in iron. Prepare it as a tea or blend it into a shake. (Highest Concentration of Iron)

Sarsil Berry – Rich in Iron. Berry from the plant of the Sarsasparilla.

Soursop – Soursop Leaf or Fruit – Rich in iron. Prepare the leaf as a tea or eat the fruit.


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Only a physician can diagnose, treat, and prescribe for illness or disease. I neither diagnoses nor treat disease. Nor do I prescribe remedies.

The human body has the innate power to heal itself. Without this power to self-heal, even the most advanced medications and procedures would ultimately fail. The role of the iridologist and herbalist in this healing process is to consider the client as a whole person and to consult with the client concerning changes in lifestyle, diet, and supplementation of herbs and/or vitamins to foster an increased state of balance and wellness. Thus maximizing the body's self-healing capabilities. Brittani Franczek (hippybritt) encourages and advises customers to seek professional medical advice regarding any illness or disease they are suffering from. Background health information can aid in the process of a holistic, herbal program and therefore can be shared at the time of the herbal consultation. Any concerns about your health and supplementation with herbs or diet should be done in consultation with your physician and a holistic health care provider. Although speculative interactions between herbs and drugs are sometimes publicized, confirmed cases are rare. It is the responsibility of the client to discuss with their physician possible interactions of herbal supplements and medications. Brittani Franczek does not guarantee a specific outcome or result, individual results may vary. Brittani Franczek is not liable for any possible adverse reactions and side effects of the herbal supplements you decide to take. The customer must accept ownership and responsibility for their own health; including negative consequences and positive outcomes.
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