In regards to BCMO1 mutations, should supplementing with vitamin A be considered? Especially with double mutations, auto immune diseases, low IgG, low IgA, always catching every bug… Eye health is fine, as I believe it’s not the only Vitamin A deficiency side effect. How is Vit A monitored? Are there any tests that can show the vitamin A levels that are more accurate than standard retinol tests? I am wondering if Retinol was ordered through our Pediatrican, would it show high levels like B12 typically does when using our western medicine practices?
Hi, BCMO is the enzyme that converts beta carotene into Vit A as we know it. If you have BCMO SNPs, then consider micellized Vit A at one drop per day. Vitamin A is critical to gut health. Vitamin B12 is a separate issue.
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