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Doctor insights on: Pyruvic Acid

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What happens to pyruvic acid b4 if you take too much?

What happens to pyruvic acid b4 if you take too much?

Pyruvic acid (B4): Pyruvic acid. Pyruvic acid is used by weightlifters and body builders to help produce cellular energy during exercise, which can increase power and strength during resistance training. The use of pyruvic acid and calcium pyruvate may cause side effects, such as gastrointestinal distress, kidney stress, increased cholesterol, and hypercalcemia. ...Read more

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What happens to pyruvic acid b4 if you take too much?

Pyruvic acid (B4): Pyruvic acid. Pyruvic acid is used by weightlifters and body builders to help produce cellular energy during exercise, which can increase power and strength during resistance training. The use of pyruvic acid and calcium pyruvate may cause side effects, such as gastrointestinal distress, kidney stress, increased cholesterol, and hypercalcemia. ...Read more

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Pyruvic Acid is low (lactate normal). What conditions are this associated with?

Pyruvic Acid is low (lactate normal). What conditions are this associated with?

Normal : lactic acid is normal under normal physiological conditions. It is elevated when tissues are not getting enough oxygen, when the body is poisoned by certain infections, or poisoning by certain chemicals. ...Read more

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Should I take pyruvic acid suplements on a diet?

Should I take pyruvic acid suplements on a diet?

Forget it: You do not need to complicate your life. Eat simple, healthy foods and exercise daily. Polant based foods are much healthier than animal based foods. Eat ample amount of veggies and fruits dauily and do not consume high sugar and high fat items. Get a good dose of proteins from eggs, nuts and soy products. If you can stick with these recommendations you will look good and feel great as a result. ...Read more

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Low pyruvic acid mg/dl, low pyruvic acid blood and low lactate plasma? What does this mean? Any one have any clue?

Low pyruvic acid mg/dl, low pyruvic acid blood and low lactate plasma? What does this mean? Any one have any clue?

Yes: It means you do not have an inherited disorder of metabolism such as a mitochondrial disorder. Not quite sure why you had it checked, unless you have trouble with waking or balance, seizures, or loss of sensation. ...Read more

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Is there a chance that pyruvic acid can treat a uti?

Is there a chance that pyruvic acid can treat a uti?

Probably not: It is not an antibiotic. Is used for treatment of acne to help skin peel & believe is being studied for its use intreatment of cancer. But do not know of any reports in its' use for utis. We know that antibiotics almost always work so why consider something like pyruvic acid? ...Read more

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My lactic acid and pyruvic acid are in the normal range (1.8 and 0.046 respectively), but is my L:P ratio elevated?

My lactic acid and pyruvic acid  are in the normal range (1.8 and 0.046 respectively), but is my L:P ratio elevated?

In the setting of?: L:P ratio > 30 suggests inherited disorders of the respiratory chain complex or tricarboxylic acid cycle disorders. An elevated lactate and a L:P ratio less < 25 suggests a defect in pyruvate metabolism. Are you being worked up for congenital lactic acidosis? ...Read more

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Is peracetic acid safe to apply?

Is peracetic acid safe to apply?

No not safe harmfull: It can cause harm to skin, eyes and respiratory systm and can cause asthma in some individuals. ...Read more

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How bad is taking the drug acid?

How bad is taking the drug acid?

Psychologic effect: By acid, I assume you mean LSD. LSD can produce psychological effects and altered sense of reality. Remember the Beatles song Lucy in the Sky With Diamonds? The song is reportedly describes the effects of LSD. While it is not physically additive, using LSD on a regular basis, the hallucinogenic effect of drug can make it difficult for the user to have any normal sense of reality. So avoid use. ...Read more

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When are acid levels highest and lowest?

When are acid levels highest and lowest?

PH: The ph of your blood is tightly regulated at all times. Only in severe disease states such as sepsis should the ph be altered. ...Read more