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Re: to worm- how long

Posted by lorily on July 21, 2004, at 20:07:22

In reply to Re: to worm- how long, posted by itsrick on July 16, 2004, at 15:03:15

Here's something I copied and pasted from a site that sells Sam-E


Interestingly, SAM-e breaks down into the potentially harmful homocysteine, which has recently made press as a substance strongly
correlated with heart disease if it is left to build up within your cells. The good news is that SAM-e, which is so good for you does NOT
have to turn into a toxic build-up of homocysteine. With the proper complement of B-complex vitamins (especially B-6, B-12 and folic acid, which are all methyl-donors), homocysteine is re-methylated into good old
methionine (used to produce S-Adenosyl Methionine) or convert to the antioxidant glutathione (also good).
IMPORTANT: If you plan on taking SAM-e, you would be well advised to supplement with B vitamins also. This will ensure good results and
prevent homocysteine build-up. One last item of note: B-complex deficiencies - by themselves - are often enough to cause low mood, giving
you one more reason to supplement your B's. And, folic acid deficiency is the most common nutritional deficiency in the world! Supplement with a B-complex, and you avoid all of these possible problems.

Interesting. The article is too big to post the whole thing at once, but I thought that was pretty important and I wonder if some B-complex vitamins could help with our withdrawals and be something we really need. I've been taking a good multi during mine and feeling pretty darn good.




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