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Children, Language Development and Folic Acid


Children, Language Development and Folic Acid Browse Categories B-12 COVID-19 Deficiencies  Fertility / Pregnancy / Women's Health  Health Issues  Kid's Health Mental Health  Methylfolate Facts  MTHFR Genetics  News  Resources  Staying Healthy  Super-B-Complex Having a child is one of the most -- if not the most -- rewarding journeys you’ll experience in your life, but it will come with a wide range of challenges and responsibilities. One of those responsibilities is making sure your child remains healthy on a daily basis, especially in the early years when growth and development is at its peak.  While your child’s first steps will likely be one of the first major milestones you record, their first words will be one of the most memorable moments of their...
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MTHFR: Understanding the ADHD-Genetics Conundrum


MTHFR: Understanding the ADHD-Genetics Conundrum Browse Categories B-12 COVID-19 Deficiencies  Fertility / Pregnancy / Women's Health  Health Issues  Kid's Health Mental Health  Methylfolate Facts  MTHFR Genetics  News  Resources  Staying Healthy  Super-B-Complex According to The Human Genome Project, every human body is home to anywhere from 20,000 to 25,000 genes -- though this number is subject to change as research continues. We will actually carry two copies of each gene throughout our lifetime -- one from each parent. Genes are short sections of DNA that provide your cells with instructions for making certain proteins. These proteins will help instruct your cells on what to do, when to do it, and how to do it. As a result, your body will grow, develop, and...
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The Methylfolate and Depression Relationship: What You Need To Know


The Methylfolate and Depression Relationship: What You Need To Know Browse Categories B-12 COVID-19 Deficiencies  Fertility / Pregnancy / Women's Health  Health Issues  Kid's Health Mental Health  Methylfolate Facts  MTHFR Genetics  News  Resources  Staying Healthy  Super-B-Complex An overwhelming proportion of people today live with depression. Recent statistics suggest that depression affects between 5% and 10% of individuals, including 7.1% of US adults. Depression is the third most common reason for consultation in primary care, making it one of the most common mental disorders of our time. Some researchers predict it will become the second leading cause of disability worldwide. One in six people (16.6%) will experience depression at some time in their life. It can strike at any time, but most commonly...
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Is it possible to take an overdose of vitamin b12 during pregnancy?


Is it possible to take an overdose of vitamin b12 during pregnancy? Browse Categories B-12 COVID-19 Deficiencies  Fertility / Pregnancy / Women's Health  Health Issues  Kid's Health Mental Health  Methylfolate Facts  MTHFR Genetics  News  Resources  Staying Healthy  Super-B-Complex Pregnancy is one of the most exciting (and scary!) times of any woman’s life. There’s so much to plan and prepare for: the nursery, the stacks of diapers, the right stroller, a name… But there’s one thing that’s much more important than all the baby paraphernalia: your health. Whether you’re pregnant or just planning to start a family, one of your first priorities should be to make sure you’re getting adequate vitamin B12. Many people have no idea just how important this one vitamin...
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What Does Methylfolate Do For Your Body?


What Does Methylfolate Do For Your Body? Browse Categories B-12 COVID-19 Deficiencies  Fertility / Pregnancy / Women's Health  Health Issues  Kid's Health Mental Health  Methylfolate Facts  MTHFR Genetics  News  Resources  Staying Healthy  Super-B-Complex Methylfolate is an essential part of our human body and plays a major role in a variety of bodily functions. One of the main responsibilities of methylfolate is to increase the production of red blood cells. Red blood cells help transport oxygen throughout the body, as well as transport carbon dioxide to the lungs.  In addition to that, methylfolate has access to cells and tissue in the brain since it can cross the blood-brain barrier. Inside the brain, it helps produce neurotransmitters like serotonin, dopamine, and norepinephrine. These neurotransmitters...
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