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...
MTHFR and Anxiety

MTHFR and Anxiety

Anxiety affects almost one-third of the US population4. This means that many of us can feel under the weather from time to time. Some factors that can affect our mood include hormone fluctuations, lack of sleep, poor nutrition, injuries, low and high blood sugar...
The Link between MTHFR and Depression

The Link between MTHFR and Depression

Studies dating back to 1960s have linked folate deficiency to depression2, 3. In fact, one-third of depressed patients were deficient in folate. Eating a balanced diet rich in folate, also known as vitamin B9, can be effective for some individuals dealing with...
A Suggested Methylation Protocol

A Suggested Methylation Protocol

When you have an MTHFR deficiency, the solution is not always straightforward. Symptoms vary. Testing can be confusing. Figuring out what to do with your test results can be bewildering! That’s why Methyl-Life is dedicated to bringing you the resources your need to...

A Doctor Explains: Dr. Neil Rawlins on MTHFR

At Methyl-Life, we love sharing resources that help MTHFR community members get educated and keep informed about topics relevant to the health and well-being of folks with an MTHFR diagnosis. Are you interested in learning more about MTHFR, or about how you can use a...