I recently took the UAA and posted the results here, but didn't receive a response. I also posted some questions on the Yasko forum to the tune of... what do I do? And I'll tell ya, I have gotten some wild responses. Basically, the issue is that I have high Taurine (but not high ammonia) and also high-ish Anserine. Then there are like 6 markers that are low. But, homocysteine, which is why I originally tested is low. Anyhow, there are folks on Yaskos forum that are trying to convince me that I probably have a H.Pylori issue. Something about how people with CBS mutations (I am only hetero for the A360A) are more prone to H.Pylori and that elevated Taurine may be an indication of H.Pylori infection. I tried to assure them that I have had a stool tets which showed nothing of the sort, but of course they are firm in their stance and maintain that H.Pylori is hard to diagnose (which I don't refute, but think it is neither here nor there). I find it a little disconcerting that Yasko basically just sends you comments back on the tests to the tune of "Take these 27 supplements," that of course can all be purchased through her. Anyone had luck with a protocol of hers? I am just not convinced that I need to go through the first stage of "healing," that she prescribes for everyone, from kids with severe Autism to people with general methylation issues. I mean.. it is a laundry list of supplements that you are just throwing at theories. Here is my original post with my UAA results: 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?