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Molybdenum... amonium free?

Discussion in 'Detox: Methylation; B12; Glutathione; Chelation' started by jwat87, Jan 28, 2015.

  1. jwat87


    I saw this comment in a review on amazon for a molybdenum supplement:
    "It may be a nice supplement for someone else. What got me is that it was ammonium free, but turns out it does not quite work for my purposes of mthfr/cbs symptom correction, while "ammonium" ones do. Gave me painful side effects. I am iffy about the glycine and leucine in it - both could cause you ammonia toxicity if you have certain issues. It could work for people without health problems like mine - my family member likes it.. Giving it three stars for no-fillers/flow agents/ idea.."

    Does anyone know what they are talking about? For someone with CBS mutations, do they need the amonium version? Does anyone have specific brands that contain ammonium and do not?
  2. ahmo

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