Phoenix Rising tells QMUL: release the PACE trial data
Mark Berry, Acting CEO of Phoenix Rising, presents the Board of Directors’ open letter to Queen Mary University of London (QMUL) urging them to release the PACE trial data, and hopes that other non-UK organisations will join British charities in the same request...
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Pregnancy and prudency

Discussion in 'Detox: Methylation; B12; Glutathione; Chelation' started by forbius, Jun 8, 2013.

  1. forbius


    My sister got pregnant.

    I believe she has similar neurological problems to me, related to folate, b12, glutathione, mercury.

    She has no amalgam fillings. She doesn't eat much fish. If she has mercury toxicity, I suspect it is stored in her tissues, not circulating in the blood. Therefore not a threat to her unborn.

    However if she has low levels of coenzyme forms of folate and b12, perhaps her child would have similar deprivation.

    However I know from experience the mercury-mobilizing effects (brought into enterohepatic cycling) of restoring levels of these vitamins.

    So which is the safer thing: taking a co-enzymated B-complex, or the opposite? Or perhaps I should ask: what would you do? Why or why not?

  2. Elizar


    Hello Forbius,

    I think that mobilizing mercury during the pregnancy is quite dangerous for the child. To my opinion the problems with mercury are due to free radicals. To me helped vitamin E and vitamin D to suppress the neurological symptoms to some degree, since these fat soluble antioxidants act in nervous system and brain tissues.

    Good luck to your sister,

    Warmest Regards,

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