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UAA test interpretation help?

Discussion in 'Detox: Methylation; B12; Glutathione; Chelation' started by thegiantess, May 3, 2013.

  1. thegiantess

    thegiantess

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    Hey all,

    In my quest to get to the bottom of this madness I took the UAA and have gotten my results. Yasko put some comments in the margins, but mostly just recommended supplements. I am hoping someone can shed some light. Anyone taken it or can point me to a resource here. I searched for UAA in the forums, but it was a bit overwhelming to weed through all the posts.


    Here are the issues that stand out:

    HIGH:
    Taurine--Like off the charts high.
    Anserine--just regular high ;)

    LOW:
    Amonia
    Methionine
    Isoleucine
    Cysteine
    Histadine
    Aspartate
    Glutamine
    Alpha-Amino-N-butyrate

    Now, what I think is interesting is that there is a little chart off to the side called "Presumptive Needs," and Need for Folate/B12 is not marked as needed. Now that is exactly what I thought my problems were considering the symptoms and MTHFR markers! This has just confused me more.

    Additionally, most of the descriptions I read for the low and high readings all seem to point to a b6 issue, but B6 is also not marked as needed.

    Anyone have experience or knowledge of this test?

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