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Hydroxycobalamin, low nitric oxide?

Discussion in 'Genetic Testing and SNPs' started by jwat87, May 5, 2015.

  1. jwat87

    jwat87

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    On my nutrahacker report it says low nitric oxdide due to rs1801131 MTHFR. Since hydroxyb12 is a NO scavenger, does this mean it should be avoided?

    I've tried both hydroxyb12 and methylb12, they both feel the same (no negatives from either).

    rs4633 COMT - encourage hydroxyb12, avoid methylb12
    rs4680 COMT - encourage hydroxyb12, avoid methylb12
    rs1805087 MTR - encourage methlyb12
    rs1801394 MTRR - encourage methlyb12

    For COMT V158M +- and VDR Taq +- (which I have), Amy Yasko reccomends hydroxyb12 and adenosylb12 (not sure if I trust her methods though).
     
  2. Valentijn

    Valentijn Senior Member

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    @jwat87 - Nutrahacker is unreliable.
     

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