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Opposite of Methyl Donors?

Discussion in 'Detox: Methylation; B12; Glutathione; Chelation' started by Changexpert, Mar 12, 2015.

  1. Changexpert

    Changexpert Senior Member

    What is the opposite of methyl donors? Is it methyl receivers? methyl stealers? methyl takers?
    Also, what supplements work as methyl receivers? Only the ones I know are niacin and NADH (active B3).
    I've attached a list of methyl donors, which might be beneficial for finding methyl receivers.

    -Theanine (in black, green, and white tea)
    -Methyl B12
    -Folapro, Metafolin, Deplin, 5-MTHF
    -Folic acid
    -Methionine amino acid
    -Vitamin B complex
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  2. PeterPositive

    PeterPositive Senior Member

    Some call it a methyl-mop :)
    It seems that vitamin B1 and B2 could also work as methyl-mops, or at least increase the need for methyl donors.

    B3 seems the best methyl-mop. Otherwise there are lots of drugs that can interfere with methylation via different pathways.

    I think Dr. Ben Lynch has a list of those drugs on his website.


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