First I would like to say, I am neurologically not too well at the moment. In fact, you know things are bad when you walk outdoors everyday and wonder where you parked. So, here's my question and a synopsis beforehand. I had the liver test that Yasko wants done. My phase II liver came back awful with genetic problems, meaning in a way, it will be hard to bypass these problems. This was done in 2007. I am loaded with lead. Loaded. Also, all of my neurotransmitters are high except for serotonin, neuroepinephrine, and that was it. Glutamate was through the roof. I am brain fogged to the max and fatigued to the max. I would say these are my worst symptoms. I was told to eliminate all glutamate containing foods. I am not trying to seem difficult, but I am trying but it's not easy and sometimes, I can't do it. I was reading Fredds post about glutathione. Glutathione makes me so sick. I can have 1/2 a mg. by IV and that is it. I started folapro. I also have actifolate. I can not do the entire simplified 5. It is too difficult for me. I was on the folapro and B12 a couple of years ago. I felt like I was on speed. I was exhausted and hyper all in one. After a few months, my body went bizerk and then I had to quit them. The irony of that is, my brain within one week after quitting felt clearer than it had in SO LONG. That was after I stopped them. It lasted about 2 months and then I went back down again. Can I just take folapro in teeny tiny amounts without the B I2 or do I have to take both? Also, does anyone else feel awful from glutathione? With me, less is more. When I do too much, it wears me out and makes me sicker. Today I went and had a myer's push with a smidgen of glutathione. Reason being, as I had written in another post, I had EDTA on Thursday and I became bedbound. So, I needed to pull out of it. The Myer's push relaxed me, but did nothing for energy. However, I feel better knowing that I got some much needed minerals in my system. Any thoughts would be appreciated. If you could, try and make it semi easy to understand. I used to be rather smart but am feeling quite stupid at the moment.