Are you over-methylated, w/ a high SAM/SAH ratio?
Or are you more worried about something specific like homocysteine or something like that, that's high already and you don't want it to get higher?
Which B3 supplement are you looking into?
https://www.nature.com/articles/hr2011151Nope, not overmethylated. As for any clinical markers, I have none. Currently on a waiting list to see a doctor. Our healthcare system is f***ed at the minute!
I'm just worried about the relationship between B3 and methylation. Surely if B3 mops up methyl groups, then the reverse is also true? More methyl groups will mean B3 depletion unless I'm getting an adequate supply. The question is, how much is an adequate supply as opposed to too much for the objective of increasing methylation.
It will and must be taken into account. NAD+ or NMN are more effective than NR.I'm glad you brought this up, because I'm looking into maybe starting nicotinamide riboside.