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What is the purpose of Enzymatic Therapy on B12 Protocol

Discussion in 'Detox: Methylation; B12; Glutathione; Chelation' started by Phred, Jun 26, 2012.

  1. Phred

    Phred Senior Member

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    Hi,

    Can someone tell me the purpose of this vitamin on Freddd's protocol? As far as I can tell it's just Mb12, at least that's what iherb lists the ingredients as. If I have the Jarrow 5mg Mb12 do I need the enzymatic therapy too? I'm a little confused and I realize Freddd isn't around to answer questions right now, so I'm hoping someone else knows.

    Thanks,
    Phred
     
  2. Bunchy

    Bunchy

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    Hi,

    I believe it can have a slightly different effect because it is cultured on different yeast or something? (Can anyone help me out more specifically here?)

    Some poeple find that a combination of the different types of B12 i.e. Mb12, Dibencozide and Enzymatic therapy can have a better overall impact and effect than taking just one kind.

    I haven't tried this yet because of money but adding the Dibencozide to the Mb12 has definitely made a positive difference for me and I plan to add in the Enzymatic therapy when I can afford it also.

    Love Esperanza x
     
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    madietodd Senior Member

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    Freddd and a group of friends and family tested different mb12s, and they found that for them, these 2 worked slightly differently. They found the combination to be more effective than either one alone.

    They certainly work differently in me. I tolerate the Enzymatic Therapy just fine, but an equal dose of Jarrow makes me crazy and hateful.
     
  4. August59

    August59 Daughters High School Graduation

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    I think he list both the Jarrows and Enzymatic Therapy as 5 star supplements, I believe he tends to prefer Enzymatic Therapy. As well, I think I have read that he takes both or alternates occasionally, but I'm not positive about that.
     
  5. Phred

    Phred Senior Member

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    Thanks for the responses everyone. I have the Jarrow b's now. It took almost 2 months to get them (hate customs!). I'll order the ET's and hope they come. I'll just start with the Jarrow for now. I've been taking a different mb12 so it'll be interesting to see the difference.
     
  6. place

    place Be Strong!

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    A month ago, I switched to Jarrow 5mg 2x a day. At the same time I got the flu and had some sinus issues. Both of which make me slightly tired. Week 4 and still a little tired. I also ran out of my ribose. I got my ribose and I started adding 2-4 ET mb12d more a day. My energy is back up. Two things

    1) The Jarrow 5mg is too big and I struggle to keep it under my lip and end up eating it.

    2) I'm not sure about the absorption rate, but from what I read, it might be better to have less in for longer than more in for short time periods.... Freddd, can way in on this as he has tested. Just my theory for..now.
     
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    Freddd, who has been around lately, says Enzymatic Therapy brand MB12 is the only known effective brand at this point. He has downgraded Jarrow to 3 stars, and hopefully there are tests underway with some different brands.
     

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