check for an MTHFR gene mutation, impairing movement of b12 into the central nervous system, giving rises to falsely “reassuring” high levels of B12 (because brain levels are LOW). The MTHFR test is offered by spectracell labs at an excellent self pay price of forty dollars, or by numerous commercial labs that can attempt collection from your insurance company (but not all companies pay for genetic testing and the cost of the MTHFR test can run in the hundreds of dollars if denied). IF YOU test positive for the MTHFR mutation, you not only need to take folate in the methyl form, but also METHYL B12 (Jarrow, Solgar, etc)
in order for B12 to be neurologically effective.
Am sorry for the late reply..
but it cannot be option b because that options is what i would say a very wild asssumption sort of..not an inference.
To say that the advantages will weigh the disadvantages is an outrageous assumption..which may not at all be true or it might..
Option C without stating any fact from the paragraph tells us what is happening. You can correctly “infer” it from the given statement.
U cannot infer option b at all.. Its a blatant assumption of the future.
Hope that answers your question
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