In the April issue of The Bob Livingston Letter you mentioned methyl-B12 to improve the liver’s methylation pathway and liver function. How much methyl-B12 do you recommend taking along with Metacrin DX to clear the liver’s methylation pathway?
Thanks in advance,
The Institute of Medicine has not established an upper intake level for methyl-B12 because it has a very low potential for toxicity. The U.S. National Library of Medicine’s and the National Institutes of Health’s recommended daily allowance is 2.4 mcg for people ages 14 and up, 2.6 mcg for adult and adolescent pregnant females and 2.8 mcg for adult and adolescent lactating females. You should consult your healthcare practitioner for your situation.