What are the signs of LowB1?
Commons signs of LowB1 are:
- Numbness, tingling, burning, and pains in the feet and legs.
- Forgetfulness and loss of mental focus.
- Instability when walking.
- Loss of appetite.
- Fatigue and/or Muscle weakness
Who is at risk of LowB1?
You may be at risk of LowB1 if you are:
- Diabetic or Prediabetic.
- Over 65 years of age.
- Had weight loss surgery.
- Suffering from obesity.
- Taking metformin, water pills or certain other medications.
How can you tell if you have LowB1?
You can discover if you are one of the millions of Americans suffering from numbness, tingling, burning, or pains in the and legs caused by LowB1by having your doctor test your levels of Vitamin B1 or by trying Zobria. Zobria is a safe and effective high-potency bioactive form of Vitamin B1.
If LowB1 is responsible for your symptoms, Zobria often brings relief within 30 days.**
The Importance of Vitamin B1.
Vitamin B1 is essential for the proper functioning of nerve cells. LowB1 causes all nerve cells, including those in the feet and legs and the brain to stop functioning properly. In the feet and legs this causes numbness, tingling, burning, and pains in the feet and legs. In the brain this causes forgetfulness, loss of mental focus, fatigue and loss of appetite. Restoring Vitamin B1 levels may improve the functioning of these nerve cells.
What about safety?
Zobria is extremely safe. The ingredients in Zobria have been safely used worldwide for over 50 years. Zobria can be safely taken with other nutrients and medications.
Are there any side effects?
No. The key ingredients in Zobria have been extensively studied by scientists, researchers and physicians. If taken as directed, there are no known side effects associated with Zobria.LowB1 is a frequent cause of
numbness, tingling, burning, and pain in the feet and legs.