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Molybdenum... amonium free?

Discussion in 'Detox: Methylation; B12; Glutathione; Chelation' started by jwat87, Jan 28, 2015.

  1. jwat87


    I saw this comment in a review on amazon for a molybdenum supplement:
    "It may be a nice supplement for someone else. What got me is that it was ammonium free, but turns out it does not quite work for my purposes of mthfr/cbs symptom correction, while "ammonium" ones do. Gave me painful side effects. I am iffy about the glycine and leucine in it - both could cause you ammonia toxicity if you have certain issues. It could work for people without health problems like mine - my family member likes it.. Giving it three stars for no-fillers/flow agents/ idea.."

    Does anyone know what they are talking about? For someone with CBS mutations, do they need the amonium version? Does anyone have specific brands that contain ammonium and do not?
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