" I had genetic testing showing I have a very impaired methylation cycle
No, you had an irrelevant genetic test that was used as an excuse to get you to
pay a lot of money for advice unrelated to what will happen if you do various
And after a couple of more rants (on CBS upregulation, SOD enzymes, etc.) he apologized, but continued his general dismissal of methylation issues:
"I don't mean to seem like I am trashing out on everyone. It's just that I
haven't been here for a while to gently guide discussion and some nonsense
topics with very glib salespeople have crept onto the list.
Instead of spending months arguing about every little bit of sophistry, I'm just
going to say BULLSHIT BULLSHIT BULLSHIT!!!!! and leave it at that.
Some scumbucket's desire to sell you vitamins, lab tests, and services that
can't help you does not create an obligation for me to waste my time explaining
it away. It's just kind of unfortunate that innocent third parties get seduced
by the glib rhetoric and sometimes a chance assocation (of their symptoms with
something the used pill salesmen said) and end up bringing it to the list.
So BULLSHIT BULLSHIT BULLSHIT!!!!!
But I mean the ideas (MTHFR in most of the cases, CBS in all cases, SOD in all
cases), not the people bringing them here. They're trying to do the right thing
and dig up useful information, then share it. I'm just trying to do the right
thing and get them to focus on useful information instead of not useful
Cutler on Folic Acid, where he kind of contradicts himself re methylation:
"The 'folic acid fad' is total nonsense. All forms of folic acid are fine (you'd
be dead if they weren't, interconversion is essential for life).
Mercury toxic people, like babies poisoned by their doctors with vaccines, have acquired impairments of methylation metabolism and many other things. In the ongoing game of "blind man and the biochemical elephant" this has become the most recent fad to loot people while not helping them very much.
If you think you have a folic acid issue, or your kid does, try 2,400 or 3,200
mcg with meals and at bedtime. This can be convenienty done with 3 or 4 of the very small and readily available 800 mcg folic acid pills you can get more or less anywhere vitamins are sold."