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New protocol thanks to Freddd--going off hydroxy B12, starting methyl B12

Discussion in 'Detox: Methylation; B12; Glutathione; Chelation' started by grapes, Apr 6, 2017.

  1. grapes

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    Have you done a 24 hour adrenal saliva test?
     
  3. maz

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    No, I haven't. It's really expensive to get any tests here in the UK. They have a standard batch of "tiredness" tests, eg b12, iron, thyroid, liver function. Anything else you have to go private and pay through the nose. I'm not in a position to do that, working part-time in a low paid job. We get a lot on the NHS, paid for through taxes, but for CFS/ME the system is a total failure. I get sessions with a psychologist which do nothing and that's it!
     
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    @grapes
    I am intrigued by the references to glutathione in this thread. I have what appears to be a shortage of adenoB12. I find NAC is sometimes very useful. Of course, one of it's actions is to raise glutathione

    I thought you might cover this in your posts here but, I have to be honest, I got truly submerged by details before I had read half a dozen of the early posts!

    So can I ask, what benefit or problems do you get from NAC and do you believe them to be a result of its glutathione action? I am specifically interested in how NAC may help adenoB12 shortage rather than methylB12.
     
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