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What to buy: sulfate or sulfite strips?

Discussion in 'Genetic Testing and SNPs' started by tim0011, Mar 28, 2013.

  1. tim0011

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    There are 2 different urine strips on Amazon. Which one should I buy?
     
  2. kgg12003

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    I bought the sulfate ones.
     
  3. Lotus97

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    There was a recent thread about this in the methylation forums. I haven't read through it so I don't know the answer.
     
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    I bought sulfate strips because I was under the impression that the sulfur or sulfites in food, supplement, or additive were all converted into sulfate by SOUX. Now, one of the issues I am running across is what time of the day to use the strips. My morning urine sulfate is always around 800 and my afternoon evening is around 200-400. Not sure if the morning urine is all that counts? Sorry for rambling, SULFATE strips are the ones that I bought for around $35 on amazon.
     
  5. Lotus97

    Lotus97 Senior Member

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    According dbkita, the amount of protein and methylation can increase sulfates
     
  6. roxie60

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    but isn't it sulfur that causes the amonia build up? so when would one use sulfer strips versus using sulfate strips?
     
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    If one has a CBS issue would this dictate which one. I do not know my SOUX, wish someone could figure out which SNPs are related to the SOUX Yasko tests for methylation issues.
     
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    You mentioned earlier that you were able to tolerate a higher methylation dose after doing the CBS protocol. So does that mean that someone with high ammonia will also have a harder time tolerating methylation doses?
     
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    It's possible, as the high ammonia will make sulfates hard to process, because the pathway is already clogged up with ammonia.
     

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