Can anyone help me find the rs numbers for these mutations?
- CBS C699T - rs234706
- CBS A360A
- CBS N212N
http://cellfatigue.blogspot.nl/2010/07/methylation-pathway-regulation.html lists some factors which can upregulate CBS, but doesn't discuss sulfur specifically.So any ideas about where to look for issues with sulfur metabolism leading to very low homocysteine levels?
There's 0 evidence supporting her claims of upregulation from CBS SNPs ever being anywhere near high enough to be harmful, and a fair bit contradicting it.
Cut back on B vitamins (B6, B12, folate) , drink coffee , do endurance exercise , become male , and get older ... that's the easy stuff to find.Does anyone know how to help increase homocysteine levels?
That might work actually. Methionine supplementation should down-regulate the conversion of homocysteine into methionine., which could result in homocysteine levels rising.No, because I did try SAMe and I didn't have any great luck with it. I wonder if methionine would work better for me?
I've tried taking methionine, but that was because my methionine was low. I was prescribed 1500 mg/day. My homocysteine was in the bottom 20% of the normal range.Have you tried taking methionine?