Adenosylb12 (adb12) is the active form that is used in the mitochondria to produce energy. Methylb12 is used to methylate SAMe and is used in other processes like myelinating nerves. Hydroxyb12 is a more bioavailable non active form of b12 that is easily (in most people) converted into the active forms. Cyancobalamin is junk, for heavens sake its cobalamin bound to cyanide! Its not as bioavailable either, its not a natural form so the body doesnt break it down as efficiently.
Go vitamin by vitamin if you have to, sounds like you have a decent handle on it though. Some people arent going to tolerate all of the coenzyme forms, and the non coenzyme forms are converted into other forms even for other different purposes. That is why some supplements have multiple forms. On the flipside, some people dont handle non-coenzyme forms.
If you found biology interesting, especially as it ties to your condition, you would probably find immunology equally fascinating 🙂 keep me updated.
Thanks impossible. I never did get to take immunology in school. It is funny how I do both art and science. I just like to read and learn more, but my drawing is my relaxation time.
I remember Bernie saying cyancobalamin is junk before. I’ll try to report back after a 2-3 weeks of close monitoring. Happy new year.