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23andme Results Are In!!!

Discussion in 'Detox: Methylation; B12; Glutathione; Chelation' started by Changexpert, Apr 3, 2015.

  1. Changexpert

    Changexpert Senior Member

    As expected, I am Mao +/+... ARGH
    It looks like my detox pathway is pretty decent. I have a couple of specific questions.

    1. Are there any supplements I need to watch out for? Is combination of Mao ++, COMT +/-, VDR +/- and CBS360A ++ prone to ammonia build up?
    2. Is mb12 a poison or a treasure for me?
    3. Is taking phosphatidylserine a good idea since I have heterozygous BHMT?
    4. Is there anyway I can find SUOX mutation status?
    5. What other things should I watch out for with my profile?
    6. What can I do about not genotyped data? :confused:

    I would sincerely appreciate anyone's input. @Valentijn as well :angel:

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  2. Sherpa

    Sherpa Ex-workaholic adrenaline junkie

    USA out and make sure your B2 levels are adequate. This will help MAO work. Otherwise, nice genes... Could be much worse.
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  3. Valentijn

    Valentijn Senior Member

    Supposedly you might tolerate hydroxoB12 better than methylB12. But MAOA is a rough guideline at best, and COMT +/- and VDR +/- shouldn't be having any impact.
    Neither: it's a vitamin. It might help a bit with some problems. It's not a cure for anything except B12 deficiency.
    BHMT +/- doesn't have an impact.
    If you sign in at your 23andMe page via you can see your SUOX results. The common result for rs705703 is CC, though there's no indication that T causes any problems. The normal results for i5000977 and i5000976 are both AA.
    Heterozygous MTRR mutations don't have an impact, but if you have another +/- missense mutation, it could slow down the functioning of the gene a bit. The other missense mutations are listed at and they're the underlined ones.
    Nothing really, but the "not genotyped" stuff on the Yasko list isn't particularly important anyhow.
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