Break on through to the other side?

ometimes supplements crucial to our recovery cause unpleasant “startup reactions”. I’ve learned that through my research on methylation and my experiments with the supplements. Starting yesterday I made the bold decision to to try to break on through to the other side of my brain fog reaction with vitamin B6. Let me explain. Here’s a […]

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A smooth ride

wanted to do a relatively easy round again to focus on methylation and chelation supporting supplements. So I went back to my starting place and used 50 mg DMSA and 50 mg ALA every three hours. It worked out pretty well. The one chelation related change I made was to extend my round from 63 […]

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Not a clue

ight rounds completed now, which is nothing and everything at the same time. Nothing because I might have 150 or 200 rounds to go. Everything because, getting started is the most important step of all and I’d guess the first 10 rounds might be the hardest because I’m learning by trial and error as we […]

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Methylation Made Easy

The more I research methylation and experiment with the supplements, the more I understand it’s critical to my recovery and to good health for everyone that wants to avoid a chronic illness.  The other methylation videos (Ben Lynch’s and Rich van Konynenburg’s) I’ve posted are long and technical. Here are some videos produced by Caledonia […]

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Understanding methylation

ethylation is a biochemical process that builds neurotransmitters like dopamine and serotonin, produces energy, processes hormones, builds immune cells, turns genes on and off, synthesizes DNA, produces the protective coating on your nerves and transforms toxins into safer substances. Chemically speaking, methylation describes the addition of a methyl group to a substrate (source material) thereby […]

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Sulfur-free at last!

made a massive diet change yesterday, replacing 80 to 90% of my diet –  a change that frightened me as much or more than going vegan. It began Saturday night with a few hours of research and cross-referencing of the low-sulfur/thiol food list and the high-folate food lists. Sunday morning continued with two hours of […]

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