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Transsulfuration Pathway

Transsulfuration Pathway

The essential functions of the Transsulfuration Pathway are eliminating homocysteine, transforming cysteine into taurine, sulfate and pyruvate, converting sulfites to sulfate, eliminating excess cysteine, and producing, utilizing and recycling glutathione. If any of these functions are reduced, symptoms may be triggered. Identifying potential blockages due to nutrient deficiencies may help restore function. Some of the key nutrients of the Transsulfuration Pathway are vitamin B6, molybdenum, taurine, NAC, glycine, selenium, and riboflavin. If one’s homocysteine levels are too low, then the function of the Transsulfuration Pathway may be compromised. Evaluate protein intake and absorption along with homocysteine levels.*

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