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Pat
Pat
I have tried so many things with limited to no results I don't even have a log of what worked or didn't work, but it was clear that when I focused on the damaged Blood Brain Barrier with emphasis on flavonoids from high quality phosphorylated B vitamins and the Vitamin C family that things including sensitivity to EMF improved over time.
7 years ago
Maff
Maff
I've tried liquid molybdenum by Biocare (a high quality UK brand). It is chelated to ascorbic acid for high absorption. Unfotunately I didn't see any benefit from it but I do believe the theory is sound and others could see relief using both molybdenum and pentethine - it seems you may may be an example!

The problem is that there are other factors that determine our ability to detoxify alcohols and aldehydes. The alcohol and aldehyde dehydrogenase enzymes require the electron donor NAD which gets converted to NADH (I think this is correct if memory serves me). This can be problematic as NAD can get used up rapidly as it is also involved in ATP (energy) production in the Kreb's cycle and electron transport chain. Because of its reactivity you can't supplement NAD so molybdenum and panthethine are the best options at present.
8 years ago
TheStache
TheStache
Maff - have you tried Molybdenum liquid as of yet? When I was experiencing what I strongly believe to be effects of acetaldehyde (cognitive problems, vision problems, &tc.) I found that the Nutricology Liquid Molybdenum was a big relief, especially with the feelings of disorientation, dizziness, and brain fog.
8 years ago