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Aimee
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Trying hard to understand how all of these things fit together, can someone explain? What are the tests I need done to sort this mess out? Going to the LLND tomorrow. I'm a bad bad detoxer, am I on the right track here???
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Razzle
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Methylation tests:
http://www.holisticheal.com/health-tests/nutrigenomic-testing/comprehensive-methylation-panel-with-methylation-pathway-analysis.html

Methylation is how glutathione is produced. Glutathione is one major way the body detoxes stuff.

I'm not an expert on KPU/HPU because I don't have it as far as I know, but apparently it also affects the production of glutathione or how well it works...but not sure - please someone correct me on this if I'm wrong. I don't know what the test is for KPU/HPU.

Yes, looking into this stuff is good - it will help you understand how to nutritionally compensate for potential deficiencies in your body's ability to detox.

I have no financial connections with the above website/doctor.

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Aimee
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Thanks Razzle,

Got some more info from my LLND today - slowly learning more and more about how this all fits together! I appreciate the info.

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