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How to interpret the pattern of high citrate, low cis-aconitate, low glutamate, and high glutamine.


Anonymous attendee says, are there other known
causes ??? aconitate, high citric acid, glutamate low, glutamine normal high besides
oxidative stress, all nutrients test okay per the Cheat Sheet. Okay, so these are, the aconitate and citric
acid are markers on the citric acid cycle where we metabolize most of our energy. If citric acid is high and isocitric acid
is low, this must be the Great Plains Test which doesn’t have isocitrate, cis-aconitate
seems to be the next best thing that’s closely related. That would indicate oxidative stress. The glutamate is low, the glutamine is normal,
I don’t know, I don’t think that’s relevant to oxidative stress so I don’t see any basis
to think of anything other than oxidative stress for the citric acid cycle markers. In terms of the glutamate being low, if your
glutamate is low and your glutamine is on the high side then you probably, you have
ammonia generation from somewhere that you’re mopping up with glutamate. That would be my guess, but that’s another
can of worms to open.

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