I've been investigating ALA & GSH for cellular repair, Chronic-Fatigue-Syndrome & hormone balance. After seeing such good results i thought I'd star pricing up supplements and came across aproduct containing everything I thought I needed (Expect a B12, 6 & folic acid & TMG).
As i ordered I posted the info to a friend thatthen came back to me with ths information that it may not be such a good thing due to its action on heavy metals. I've read the gregus info on http://onibasu.com/archives/am/74605.html.
I'm sure the study contradicts itself in place, but perhaps I dont have the knowledge to understand it correctly? I'm now reallyunsure whether I want to risk this product. I am currently using clay and the liposomal B described above. So I believe I'm probably detoxing some toxins etc. I figured a clean up first migh be the way to go if i do try it rather than return it.
I emailed RNA an dthey told me it neutralises metals. I disputed the possibilyt of this and they told me to go research. How do you get to the bottom of conflicting opinions and evidence when the company wont help. So I emailed again to show I had researched and completely blank/ignored. I've written to the company I bought from and cc RNA in to it in the hope it inspires some communication. I asked that if this was the case, could they show me the clinical evidence they have. Some of me thinks its never been tested on this scae and would then think they cannot make such claims without supporting evidence.
I have been taking Vit c But know it poorly absorbed and that you can also end up wuith your body refusing to absorb it if taking often. So I'll probably try some liposonmal or transdermal Vit C as not sure oral supplementaion will keep working.
So basically I'm wondering any of those better read than me have any thoughts on this? I see there' Leskova I can look at but havent yet had a chance to search and read further.
Look forward to hearing from you folks, thanks and hope you are all getting somewhere good with your efforts to regan health.