Methylation and MTHFR Defects: Presentation

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  1. Doreen April 29, 2015 at 3:37 pm #

    Dr. Ben,
    I listened to you video and I thought it was very helpful. I have spent the past 2 years receiving help and for some reason I was not able to tolerate methyocobalmin and my skin was burning, itching and my body was very sore (still is). I tried a number of things but I am now wondering if my nutritionist was missing either that I have the COMT or mercury. I had 10 amalgams and I could taste the metal and I did explain that. I have been off all vitamins (as I can’t even tolerate multi – never have) and my body is still in a worse state than before I was on the methyocobalmin. Your video does not mention Mercury – what is your opinion on mercury?

    Thank you so much!

    • Aron May 11, 2015 at 10:33 pm #

      Hi Doreen – Dr. Ben has written an article on mercury and proper almalgam removal, so it is safe to say that he feels that mercury fillings are definitely a health issue. You can read the article here: https://seekinghealth.org/resource/mercury-protection-amalgam-removal-protocol/.

      • Doreen May 11, 2015 at 11:36 pm #

        Thank you. Just to clarify, what is his position in terms of starting on B12/methylfolate prior to amalgam removal.

        Thanks again for your assistance.

  2. Michelle June 11, 2015 at 3:17 am #

    Wow, such a wonderful and informative presentation, this provides a lot of information that people need to know before they see their doctors for treatment. Congratulations on such a great website and sharing your hard earned knowledge. The only question I would have is why you stop methyl B12 and Methylfolate treatment for C677TT homozygous sufferers after the initial ramp up and then switch to B6, B2 and TMG? Isn’t the folate blockage there for life, why would treatment need to stop?

  3. Cara June 14, 2016 at 6:29 am #

    is that available in a pdf? I really would like to have that as a reference.

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