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Discussion in 'Detox: Methylation; B12; Glutathione; Chelation' started by kjones02, Apr 17, 2015.

  1. kjones02

    kjones02

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    Hello, I haven't posted in this form in probably about a year, but a lot has happened in my life. Now, for the past several months, I have had on-going depression and total lack of energy, which I believe is what got me on nicotine. Mainly those e-cigarettes, which are not good for you. I never did like the smell of smoke. Coffee in the morning to get going, and now I am getting really tired of it.

    I stopped supplementing with b-vitamins for a while because I just couldn't handle the detox, or I would get too jittery, anxious, or sometimes I did it right. I know one supplement that always put me in a good mood was this one, but I found out that I shouldn't take it everyday, and I only took 1 out of the 2 capsules.
    Country Life Advanced Co-enzyme B complex - http://www.country-life.com/store/coenzyme-b-complex-advanced

    Well, then after talking with a nd, he recommended methylguard, and said that was better for me.

    I have posted on here before, but felt like I needed to get started again, as yesterday, for my fatigue, and everything. He did say my folate and b12 levels are extremely down again. I just wish I could find a balance on this, so what are the recommendations here do you think for me.

    Here is my results from a year ago, on my methylation process. I wish I understood this better!
     

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    kjones02

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    Was anybody going to analyze this for me?
     
  3. Sherpa

    Sherpa Ex-workaholic adrenaline junkie

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    Your methylation genes look pretty good! I don't see any major causes for alarm.
     
  4. PeterPositive

    PeterPositive Senior Member

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    Plus... it's probably best to asses proper functioning from specific functional tests than genes. Genes alone just indicate tendencies that may or may not express during the course of a lifetime.
     
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