Discussion in 'Detox: Methylation; B12; Glutathione; Chelation' started by brenda, Mar 17, 2012.
I think it is in this thread that folks report that Molybdenum and Iodine are needed for B2 to work.
Oh. Cheers. Thats quite the thread. Translator to isle 3 please!!
I wonder if taking lithium is counter productive if your trying to increase B2? If lithium encourages folate/b12 into the cell, that could draw on B2 resources?
If you've got the $$ get tested for B2 deficiency (organic acids test).. then at least you know. Although if you get such a strong reaction you probably have it. My symptoms are very different but I found R5P easier to tolerate then regular B2.
I'm noticing this as well, if I don't take some P5P for a few days things go down hill, the B1 (allithamine/benfotiamine) seem to help but not everyday.
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