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The vitamin B12 supplements degrade the use of BHT to treat lipid coated viral diseases. The reason is because vitamin B12 has 6 [ H2N ] amino cites. And each of those 6 amino cites can and will combine with the many BHT metabolites that have a carboxyl group. So, as a result of that: any one vitamin B12 molecule can and will deactivate up to 6 BHT molecules as to it`s ability to treat lipid coated viruses. BHT`s ability to treat viral diseases relies on it`s ability to penetrate lipid coated viruses. Vitamin B12 is FAR to large to do so and the combined molecules are that much larger.
   Vitamin B12 works very well with the conventional treatments for hepatitis C. This same vitamin degrades the BHT treatment when used in supplemental dosages.
   Human adults require LESS than 3mcg [ micrograms ] of vitamin 12 per day. This is because B12 recycles itself very much. Very little Vitamin B12 gets used up so to speak.
   Also, ALL of the BHT metabolites discussed in this World Heath Organization known as WHO has what is called the carboxyl group. The same is true for ALL amino acids. And when an amino group meets a carboxyl a PEPTIDE BOND is formed.
   Check me out on all I said. Here is a link to that WHO report:

      http://www.inchem.org/documents/jecfa/jecmono/v38aje02.htm

Extract from above link here:

BHT is readily absorbed. Some deposition in adipose tissue bee been described following high dosage in the rat, and this may cause increased stability of the extracted perineal fat.1 The metabolism of BHT is complicated by the presence of the butyl groups on each side of the hydroxyl. Preliminary modification is necessary before conjugation can occur. This takes the form of either oxidation of one of the butyl groups to a 2-hydroxy-2:2-dimethyl-2-ethyl group, or oxidation of the methyl group to a carboxy acid. The former yields glucuronide conjugates, while the latter becomes conjugated with glucuronic acid or glycine. Some of the oxidized material is also excreted unconjugated.2,3

So like I said: every one of the BHT metabolites discussed above has that carboxyl group. If you wish to prove me wrong
try to. ...Oscar
   


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