IM64 wrote:Thank you. I read about low dose glutamine (and cabbage juice) for GI health in your old posts.
15-30 g/day? I also read somewhere glutamine can be used to produce glutathione and we don't want glutaonalthione when we treat cancer, is it right?
Glutamine metabolism, and cancer nutritition, are complex subjects. Glutamine can have growth inhibition or growth promotion properties or both. With cancer, glutamine can become an essential nutrient.
Things that I noticed amongst all the papers and patents I read, were that small chemical/nutritional changes or additions could separate growth, inhibition, (massive) apoptosis or necrosis. This included precursors of glutathione.
My responses to this include improved and expanded blood testing; better inflammation and noise control e.g. IVC; chemical personalization; the nutrional search for improved inhibition and immune function. Backed up by better positioning for locally curative surgery(s).
All of my wife's episodes of true cancer marker escalation appeared to be directly tied to chemical deficits, usually higher potency nutrients lost, restored or initiated. (also 5FU and celecoxib)