DAA and(and probably some others supps) apparently work as excitotoxins. This worries me.
Are there any supps I should take or things I should do to prevent damage?? Or am I being overly anxious here?
are you feeling adverse reactions to supplementing with one, or both?
I'm absolutely no expert, but it sounds scary. I don't know how credible that site is, or if any new research has been done.. etc etc.
Apparently taurine could prevent some of the damage. I have no idea..
Look into memantine (nameda) if you're overly concerned about it. Topical magnesium oil as well.
plus glutamic acid + glutamine freely convert to each other in the body.Glutamic Acid is familiar if one turns over their container of Protein powder and sees "glutamic acid". Why not glutamine instead of glutamic acid? "The reason is that the acid hydrolysis stage of the analysis converts the glutamine into glutamic acid, releasing ammonia. Thus the glutamic acid level actually represents the combined levels of glutamine and glutamic acid." (ref). One can figure out the amount of glutamine in the glutamic acid content fairly easy. In animal proteins such as whey, casein, milk, and egg proteins 50% is actually glutamine. In plant proteins such as soy, 80% is glutamine.
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I recall reading a study that showed incredibly low doses of creatine monohydrate + nicotine were used to repair upwards of 90% of all cell ecitotoxin issues in reference to nmda activation(srs).
ill try to find it
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