Short answer: Low or low-normal alkaline phosphatase may raise the plasma B6 level over the cellular level. Tryptophan metabolites in urine reflect the B6 requirement for the kynurenine pathway, and this requirement increases with more estrogen, more inflammation, or a higher protein intake.
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Questions on Vitamin D, Fatty Liver, HbA1c vs CGM, Turmeric and Testosterone, Fasting, and B6 Markers
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The 3 Phases of Fasting: And How to Get Kicked Out of Each One
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Glycine problems, deficiency signs when lab tests are normal, the 3 phases of fasting & what kicks you out, lipoic acid & methylation, sulfur SIBO that always comes back, heat intolerance, and more.
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How do I know if my digestive enzymes are helping or hurting?
Why does high-dose glycine give me these terrible symptoms?
How to know if my magnesium is messing with my calcium?
Why do I have vitamin A symptoms when my lab tests are normal?
What is my favorite web site for finding enzymatic cofactors?
Potassium citrate vs potassium chloride
Major problems with B vitamin supplements
Is food sensitivity testing useful?
What nutrients might help with dihydropyrimidine dehydrogenase deficiency?
Does lipoic acid hurt methylation?
Sulfur SIBO that just won’t go away.
Using lactate, pyruvate, and ketone ratios to indicate the NADH/NAD+ ratio.
Helping bile flow without pharmaceuticals.
Managing pernicious anemia.
Do we really need to meet the RDA for calcium?
Could stretch marks be a sign of copper toxicity?
When iron saturation is driven by low binding capacity.
How do I know if I need methyl-free Bs?
What causes heat intolerance?
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