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Quick Question - Should I be taking methylcobalamin or hydroxocobalamin?

Discussion in 'Detox: Methylation; B12; Glutathione; Chelation' started by veganmua, Feb 23, 2014.

  1. veganmua

    veganmua

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    DNA results are in my signature. Which one should I be on, or perhaps both? COMT +/+ says I should have hydroxocobalamin and avoid methylcobalamin, but MTR -/+, MTRR A664A +/+ and MTRR A66G +/+ say I need to take methylcobalamin. What do I do? I am on methylcobalamin but I don't seem to be improving much.

    Thanks!
     
  2. Martial

    Martial Senior Member

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    If you are using Fred's full protocol I would say stick with Methyl but if you are using something different perhaps the hydro?

    The only thing I know about Hydro is it is often used for bipolar or schizo where methyl b12 might make them more emotionally charged? I think...

    anyways I hope you find what works for you!

    PQQ and COQ10 alongside the methylation supplements would be helpful!

    -Todd
     
  3. adreno

    adreno Senior Member

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    Methylcobalamin. Hydroxy is next to useless.
     
  4. richarduklon

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    Hi,

    Can I ask how you got the DNA tests? I'm in London and researching for a friend and it would be good to mention this to her.

    Cheers Richard.
     
  5. veganmua

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    23andme. They ship to the UK. $99 plus $70 for international shipping. Worth it, in my opinion. Then you can put the results through geneticgenie and nutrahacker. Good luck to your friend!
     

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