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Your Vitamins are Obsolete: The Vitamer Revolution: A Program for Healthy Living and Healthy Longevity by Sheldon Zablow, MD focuses mainly on vitamins B12 and folate in their vitamer forms. The book is a handy manual to understand the importance of vitamers and how they can prove to be useful for healthy living and longevity. Vitamins are essential to human survival and the vitamers of B12 and folate are not found in most supplements; both these vitamins are required to maintain cellular energy and cellular hygiene. Reading this book will help increase awareness of the tremendous impact B12 and folate have on health and the difficulty in getting adequate amounts of them. The book also takes a look at the history of vitamers beginning with B12 and then the form and function of folate.
Your Vitamins are Obsolete gives a lot of information about vitamins and Sheldon Zablow, MD handles the topic with expertise. His knowledge of the subject is palpable in the manner in which it has been discussed in the book, and he introduces readers to a lot of new details when it comes to vitamers. The author also speaks in detail about how to increase the intake of B12 vitamers to improve health, and other activities that can be added to increase their benefits. It is a well-researched and well-written book and gives readers knowledge and information about many things they did not know about vitamers and taking supplements for good health. The insights shared are helpful to readers who are looking into wellness and good health. The author's words help readers to understand how these vitamers are required for the evolutionary progress of humans and their advancement into the future.