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How is MTHFR Treated | What Is The Correct Sequence of Supplements to Treat MTHFR


How do I treat my MTHFR genetic mutation?  There are some simple things you can do and then there are some more involved steps you might want to take.  You may have heard there’s a lot to it, but if you just take care to do one thing at a time, it’s not that overwhelming.  Try to remember this is your life and so it’s about the quality of lifestyle you want to cultivate, and that’s what will be most valuable to your long-term health.  Think marathon instead of sprint.  Stay with me through the end of this video and we’ll cover the specific nutrients you may want to take if you have MTHFR, some of the key things you’ll...
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SHOULD I GET TESTED FOR MTHFR?


So, you’ve heard about MTHFR variants. How? A friend? A magazine? A website? Or do you have chronic, unexplained health issues, and you’re wondering if it’s been a methylation problem all along? As MTHFR experts, we’re willing to admit that, with the number of health problems that have been linked to MTHFR mutations and variants, even a generally healthy person could start thinking, “Geez. Maybe I have an MTHFR issue…” after getting into the reading for a while. Because even generally healthy people at least occasionally experience these: Weakened immune systems Anxiety Difficulty focusing Eczema Symptoms or diagnosis of Irritable Bowel Syndrome Hormonal imbalances For women–miscarriage MTHFR variants and mutations DO occur more often than most people realize. The reality...
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Do We REALLY Need to Test for MTHFR Variants?


The MTHFR gene plays an essential role in processing amino acids, which are the building blocks of protein. Throughout history, not much was known about this gene and whether or not we should be concerned about it.  It was just a few decades ago that the first MTHFR variants were discovered (also referred to as mutations or defects), which led to an increase in research surrounding the gene. Ever since then, we’ve learned a lot about the potential dangers associated with complications to your MTHFR gene. Every human will have two variants of over 60+ SNPs (Single Nucleotide Polymorphism) of the gene, one variant status (+/+, -/-, +/-, -/+) from their father and one from their mother. It’s possible to...
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MTHFR Gene Mutation for Beginners


There are over 20,000 genes made of DNA in the human body and they are each essential to defining who you are as a unique individual. One of the thousands of genes in our body is called the MTHFR gene, which has turned a lot of heads recently.  The MTHFR gene is responsible for helping produce methylenetetrahydrofolate reductase (MTHFR), an enzyme that plays a vital role in turning folic acid (Vitamin B9) into methylfolate, the form your cells use directly. Methylfolate is the most active form of folate or Vitamin B9 -- and is important for methylation.  Methylation is a process that helps create DNA, allows for detoxification to occur, promotes neurotransmitters, and even plays a role in metabolizing hormones....
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Nutrigenomics, Epigenetics & MTHFR


Nutrigenomics and epigenetics are two fancy words that have circulated around the world of medicine for decades. If you see a functional or an integrative health practitioner, you may be familiar with one or both of these words. Let’s break it down into simpler terms: Epigenetics is a term that is used to identify how the environment interacts with our genes. Epigenetic research has shown that our lifestyle choices, our environment, and our exposure to toxins can actually impact how genes are expressed. Genes that are expressed explain some of our differences, including our individual vulnerabilities to certain health conditions. Nutrigenomics is the study of how nutrition affects the expression of genes. Scientists have learned that vital nutrients give your...
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