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12 Reasons Why You Need Got Vitamin B12 in November!

Posted by Armando Gallegos on Wednesday, November 9, 2016, In : All locations 

Photo credit: Dawn Hudson

1.  Better sleep. An extra hour of sleep or not, if the end of Daylight Saving Time has you off your game, come experience a B12 boost at a Got Vitamin B12 Happy Hour near you. B12 helps your brain transition from a restful sleep state to a more active awake state, along with regulating your internal clock and circadian rhythm.

2. Better repair. Training for an athletic event or goal? Doing the local Turkey Trot? Make sure you give your body enough time to rest, recov...

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Got Vitamin B12? 12 Reasons Why You Need B12 Now!

Posted by Armando Gallegos on Wednesday, June 22, 2016, In : All locations 

  1. Energy. Hear compliments like “Wow. All of your mitochondria must be working 100%. Do you ever run out of energy?”

  1. Repair.  Who doesn’t want that knee, shoulder, hip, etc., to heal up fully and faster?

  1. Speed. Speaking of faster: in athletic terms, what is your ___________ race time now? Or maybe you wouldn’t mind biking to work 5 minutes faster on The Wiggle, or over the _________ bridge on your long-distance bike commute.

  1. Mood. Gloomy might be how you like your music, but smiling and l...

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Give Yourself a Health Boost!

Posted by Armando Gallegos on Wednesday, April 20, 2016, In : All locations 

Got Vitamin B12 Happy Hours Deliver “The Energy Vitamin” for All Ages

When you are young (let’s say under 40 years old), it is easy to take your hopefully robust health for granted or to punish your body with too much junk food, not staying hydrated, too much alcohol, skipping meals, not getting enough sleep, not getting enough exercise, pushing yourself too hard, etc.

For some of us, that describes our 20s and 30s a little too well. Making your health a priority no matter what you...

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Do You Need a Health Tune-­up? Take the Got Vitamin B12 Health Quiz!

Posted by Armando Gallegos on Wednesday, April 13, 2016, In : Quiz 

Questions: 1. Possible signs of Vitamin B12 deficiency are: A) restless legs B) numbness, tingling of fingers and feet C) nocturnal cramping in arms and legs D) all of the above (Answers are below.)

2. Which is one of Vitamin B12’s nicknames? A) the sunshine vitamin B) bone builder C) the energy vitamin D) the mellow vitamin

3. The daily consumption of ____________ is an established risk factor for Vitamin B12 deficiency. (Hint: It isn’t carrot juice.)

4. True or false: mostly wome...

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Jump-start Weight Loss! A Jump Rope, a Timer & Got Vitamin B12

Posted by Armando Gallegos on Tuesday, March 22, 2016, In : All locations 

Apples, peaches, pears and plums

Tell me when your birthday comes

(Start skipping rope really fast)

January, February, March, April,

May, June, July, August, September,

October, November, December

(Jump for as long as possible and don’t get out until you reach your birthday month)

You need energy to workout! When you're a kid, jumping rope is a playground or backyard pastime, and then you hit your 20s and older — and jumping rope burns and hurts. You suddenly understand why boxers jump rope, fas...

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Spring Forward with Got Vitamin B12 Shots!

Posted by Armando Gallegos on Monday, March 14, 2016, In : All locations 

Timely Happy Hour Menu to the Rescue You are on Daylight Saving Time (DST) in the United States and have lost that cozy hour of sleep on Sunday, March 13th, unless you live in Arizona (the Navajo Nation there does observe Daylight Saving Time, but the Hopi Nation does not) or Hawaii. Many countries in the Northern Hemisphere (north of the equator) observe DST, but not all, such as Russia, Iceland, Georgia, Belarus and Armenia. British Summer Time and Central European Summer Time (heure d’...

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