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The Most Important Medical Breakthrough of the 21st Century (So Far)

Written by Andrew Lenhardt                In America, you can’t go wrong with a baseball analogy, so that’s how we’ll begin.  Let’s say there’s a baseball phenom coming up through grade school.  He shows great promise and the scouts think he could be the next big thing in baseball.  He […]

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Folate and MTHFR: Are They Affecting Your Pregnancy?

Written by Dr. Carolyn Ledowsky For many, the diagnosis of a MTHFR mutation comes after the heartbreaking process of trying unsuccessfully to fall pregnant or maintain a healthy pregnancy. As we know, one of the primary functions of folate and the MTHFR gene is to govern the production of healthy DNA, which is in peak […]

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L-Methylfolate Not Needed? Come On

I received an email from Breanne who kindly sent me a link to a blog post along with her comments: Dr. Ben…..You said you were looking for people that were also knowledgeable about MTHFR. I found this post on another blog that was downplaying 5-mthf and its ability to help and the reply that was […]

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