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Dr Brasky has a history of reporting negatively on supplement issues and can manipulate the media with his press releases. He does infer an increased risk on non smoking men but it is vaguely implied in the release. Furthermore, relied on “patient reports” (for ten years) and “statistical methods”…which allowed these conclusions, although many confounders. Later in the release it changes language in quotes from unqualified link to “may cause an increased risk…….” and also states that “doses are much higher than anyone would really take in ten years….” or something to that effect. This is crap. Furthermore, we don’t know of actual serum B12 in these individuals……does it matter ?…..I would think so. What about the relative risk of a lung cancer versus the known downstream problems with chronic B12 deficiency, such as in PA?
Rhonda Somewhat confusing to me. Explain dichotomy, if you will, regarding the all cause mortality reduction of strength training…..requiring anabolic upregulation and the decreased all cause mortality of fasting and unregulated autophagy/catabolism…….