Molybdenum and Transsulfuration Pathway

Gondwanaland

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Ah yes, how could I forgot your name!
Too bad you can't take those anymore, did you stopped taking molybdenum?

Are there more methods to counterbalance the effects of uric acid besides mag and sodium bicorbinate that you know?
I took moly only once, too powerful for me...

Fish oil is good for uric acid issues
 

renski

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If deficient in sulfate then I'd assume taking molybdenum or any form of sulfates would help, but that would inhibit the sulfate reducing bacteria which are also responsible for methyl mercury? But Rich was essentially saying the sulfate reducing bacteria would increase in numbers to produce more hydrogen sulfide?
 

renski

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I don’t know if this stuff is completely accurate but my GI effects suggests low sulfate reducing bacteria (my Desulfovibrio piger is low), and I have oxalate issues so that makes sense that sulfate or sulfur supplements might actually help.
 
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