What should people with glucose-6-phosphate dehydrogenase deficiency be doing not justabout glutathione, but about folate, vitamin K, fatty acids, and neurotransmitters?Philippa says, “At the last AMA, you mentioned that G6PD deficiency would have trouble recyclingother things such as folate and vitamin K. Could you expand on these problems and howto manage them?Also, do you recommend […]
When high selenium does not come down in response dietary efforts and cessation of supplementation,what’s going on?Either there’s high levels of selenium in the soil where your food is grown, or youhave low methylation because methylation is needed to get rid of excess selenium.
Philipa says, what are the best ways to optimize glutathione status for someone who has a G6PDdeficiency?Oh I read about this, where did I read about it.I believe it was riboflavin.I believe, and I don’t think I mentioned this in episode 58, the riboflavin podcast, butI believe it might have been the case that riboflavin […]
I call it an epidemic because hands down in my practice this is by far the most commonnutritional deficiency I see.And I’ve run more nutritional testing arguably than most doctors alive.We just run that much, it’s that important to measure vitamins and minerals and nutrientsin the blood.So, number one deficiency I see in chronically sick […]
Next question, Victoria Dale Harris says, I just saw an email from Matt Stone referringthe overly deified….Oh someone had to bring this up!Okay!I just saw an email from Matt Stone referring to the overly deified nutrient vitamin A.He’s referring it’s probably in asthma, but right I believe the etiology of the conditioncould be nearly identical […]
Pam asks on the tails of this question, why did the FDA have a value for vitamin A forpregnancy much higher at 8,000 IU than the IOM in the past?I have no idea.I mean I just said I don’t pay any attention to the FDA and that’s a research project,but like look the, so what […]
Ellie says, “Vitamin K2, MK-4 and MK-7, might have caused prolonged heart palpitations.Upon stopping it, symptoms mostly resolved after a week or so.Does that mean that the body is better off without it?Might increasing calcium intake mitigate this?”And then there’s a link.Okay, I can’t look at the link now because the number of questions in […]
Now, vitamin D has also been shown, I said earlier, to regulate the immune system andI mentioned autoimmune disease as a side effect of vitamin D deficit.And this goes back to what I was saying earlier about vitamin D being important for regulatingthe strength and the weakness of the immune cells.And so there’ve been a […]