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Clearing H202 and its connection to plaque build up and inflammation

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Maria Helena

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Posted: 7/14/2020 12:12:00 PM
 

I gave my 23 and me info to a practitioner (she is no longer available) a couple of years ago who told me tell me that one of my SNPS (not sure which of these two:  Gene:  GSPT1  SNP: rs1695 or Gene: NQO1 SNP rs1800566) that she said predisposes me to

 “higher than normal levels of H202 making it more difficult to clear with catalase and glutathione.”  She recommended that I take the supplement Hydrogen peroxide scavenger by professional health product.com.  (She also recommended I use another product by this same company called "Autophagy Assist" based on my data.)

Has anyone heard of or use this product?  Does this sound legitimate? Is there another way to get these same benefits?  Would like to figure out if I should continue taking it or if there is another way to address this that is less expensive. ($55 for 60 day supply!) I am afraid to stop it if it is doing something I can’t do otherwise. Any thoughts would be appreciated.  Thank you!

 It has the following ingredients in it:

Hydrogen peroxide scavenger by professional health product.com. 

B2 (riboflavin 5 phosphate 20 mg

Selenium (TRAACS selenium bisglycinate chelate 100mcg)

Proprietary blend 825 mg:

Catalase 25,000 CU/g

Rhodiola rosea (root) (std to 3% rosavins)

Tocotreinols (30% mixed rom soy

Other ingredients: organic rice flour, organic rice extract blend, hypomellose, and gellan (DRcaps)

Gene:  GSPT1  SNP: rs1695

Gene: NQO1 SNP rs1800566

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Posted: 7/14/2020 1:00:09 PM
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Posted: 7/14/2020 1:52:02 PM
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Bob:
Good points!  Thank you.  
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Posted: 7/15/2020 3:17:47 PM
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Are high levels of H202 something to be concerned about?  If so is there a strategy for addressing it?


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