raster;49391 wrote: You have mentioned many of the concerns you should have with molybdenum. I want to stress that it should only be taken short term during the die-off stage. It is a chelating agent and this removes the beneficial minerals in the body.
Yes, but sometimes die off symptoms do take some time to go away . I’m thinking a supplement like Spirulina or Kelp (I’m planning to take both) should be somewhat beneficial in replenishing some of the lost minerals.
What about Now Food’s NAC supplement? http://www.iherb.com/Now-Foods-NAC-600-mg-250-Vcaps/694
It also contains some Molybdenum (and Selenium) (If one is to take it twice daily as recommended, molybdenum intake is at 100 mcg/daily ) so I guess it should be avoided long-term as well?
Good shout on Pantethine and blood clotting, will keep in mind. Thanks. I think that’s the only possible side effect of it.