00:00 – Can I take B Complex and Ultra Nutrients at the same time or should I spread out the dosage?
01:30 – how much B2 should be in a B-complex vitamin?
02:18 – I was told I drink too much water and tea. Could I be flushing minerals and vitamins?
04:08 – what if you have a methylation problem?
04:41 – why do I have kidney stones during fasting?
05:17 – how can we tell if our glutathione is low?
05:43 – my diet is dialed in and I still get kidney stones
06:28 – is B vitamin deficiency related to dermatitis or blepharitis?
07:14 – what are the markers for gluten sensitivity?
07:39 – what supplements should I take if I have had my intestines removed?
08:50 – Having problems swallowing my B vitamin. How should I take it?
09:50 – can a B2 deficiency cause type 2 diabetes?
10:20 – can B2 help vertigo?
11:26 – what if you have to be careful with oxalates?
12:04 – do you have a favorite B complex?
13:19 – does stress lower the vitamin B in your body?
13:40 – Could hair analysis be helpful in measuring vitamins?
16:20 – are B complex formulas generally well balanced?
16:40 – why would taking 5HTP cause low riboflavin?
17:34 – do you recommend nutritional yeast?
18:06 – I am always getting dehydrated.
18:46 – I have MS and my red blood cell count is below normal. Should I take vitamin B?
19:42 – can B6 keep you from sleeping? Does it help with swelling?
20:56 – how do you feel about store sold Vitamin C products?
21:48 – is liposomal glutathione required to help B vitamins get where they need to be?
22:14 – what’s the difference between B complex vitamin and multivitamin supplements?
23:00 – vitamin recommendations for kids?
23:26 – best test for vitamin deficiency?
23:45 – can LDM deplete vitamins?
24:14 – can you get all these levels checked through regular lab work?
25:41 – do B vitamins damage the kidney?
26:03 – how many milligrams B vitamin for migraine sufferers?
26:20 – Vitamin B and intrinsic factor
27:59 – Grain free, yet still feels like I have ulcer issues, what should I do?
29:25 – if nutritional deficiencies are known to be caused by certain drugs, why do they not supplement the drugs with vitamins/minerals?
32:39 – could erythromelalgia be secondary to too much homocysteine?
34:30 – more on light sensitivity
35:00 – the difference between vitamin B and “activated” vitamin B?
36:14 – have mild scoliosis and still pretty young. Should I go to a chiropractor?

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*These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This video is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease. It is strictly intended for educational purposes only. Additionally, this information is not intended to replace the advice of your physician. Dr. Osborne is not a medical doctor. He does not treat or diagnose disease. He offers nutritional support to people seeking an alternative from traditional medicine. Dr. Osborne is licensed with the Pastoral Medical Association.

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