One friend keeps calling me and telling me I have to stop chemo and take Oxygen peroxide because his friend had 100% remission doing that. Well, that just is not good enough for me.
If you have a serious health problem, all sorts of people start pushing BS at you, their fantasy solution.
What have you done about it?
My hunt is on for B12 sources. I used key words "source for B12 vegan". Ran across some interesting information about Swiss Cheese and B12. Took a detour to local goat cheese makers and discover we have a treasury of fine goat cheeses made right within 20 miles. Most of them sell at our local Huckleberry's Natural Market on S. Monroe. One of the extra benefits is the Bistro makes things from scratch using locally grown vegetables and fruits. Their eatery is in the grocery store and has the usual noise of such a place. The chef fixes me a salmon steak straight from the fish monger with a side of freshly roasted vegetable; they taste delicious.
I wonder if your area might have some delicious, nutritious Swiss cheese makers? Hopefully available in a market with the added benefit of a dandy Bistro.
"There is nothing natural about the abomination of modern factory farming and its attempt to reduce living, feeling beings to machines. In choosing to use fortified foods or B12 supplements, vegans are taking their B12 from the same source as every other animal on the planet - micro-organisms - without causing suffering to any sentient being or causing environmental damage."
"Tempeh, miso, sea vegetables, and other plant foods are sometimes reported to contain vitamin B12. These products, however, are not reliable sources of the vitamin. The standard method for measuring vitamin B12 in foods measures both active and inactive forms of vitamin B12. The inactive form (also called analogues) actually interferes with normal vitamin B12 absorption and metabolism (6). When only active vitamin B12 is measured, plant foods including fermented soyfoods and sea vegetables do not contain significant amounts of active vitamin B12 (7)."