Nope. I've looked through my diet (nothing special there - my diet is primal-ish - except from an addiction to unsweetened green or herbal tea - NOT anything alcoholic which would explain the findings) and my other vitamins doesn't add up to "problematic dosages" (25mg b2 and 25mg niacinamide from my multi). No prescription medication except of dessicated thyroid + a tiny bit of synthetic t4. My doc also states that neither B2 nor B3 "should" be the reason at these amounts, but that, and iodine, is the only thing I've changed and I doubt that the iodine is the reason.
Originally Posted by DinoHunter
Well - I'll see on next checkup. (And I don't hold that it's necessarily good to use huge amounts of the b2/b3 without having symptoms on increased need for them... like lethargy or frozen fingers/feet etc.) I do still take them sometimes, but only on "frozen days" (2-3 times the last month) when they seem to do some good. I believe that there is an individual need for these and that I've probably done better on 1/4th or less of the recommended dosage.
BTW - I took these b-vitamins, which is the same sub-types and amounts "as the recommended" ATP co-factors ( Optimox's presents: ATP Cofactors ® )
B2: The Big Vit Shop |Now Foods,Vitamin B-2, Riboflavin, 100mg x 100 Capsules
B3: The Big Vit Shop |21st Century,Vitamin B-3, Flush Free, Niacin Inositol Hexanicotinate, 500 mg x 110 Capsules
Female, have Hashimotos w/lots of antibodies treated with Erfa + levaxin (Norwegian equivalent to synthyroid)