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Dr. Lynch on Bulletproof Radio: A whole body look at MTHFR

Dr. Lynch shares key insights on MTHFR, diet, supplements, genetic testing, even Robin Williams in this fun and informative interview on Bulletproof Radio. Get in on the conversation by sharing your comments below.

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Dr. Lynch talks MTHFR, Methylation, and Folic Acid

Depression, anxiety, insomnia, recurrent miscarriages, blood clots, cardiovascular issues – just some of the symptoms of MTHFR. Dr. Poppy Daniels, an obstetrician/gynecologist,  interviews Dr. Lynch on the direct and indirect effects of MTHFR, the process of methylation, and why folic acid does not constitute methylfolate. With approximately 1 in 2 people having a MTHFR SNP, it’s a […]

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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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The Integrative Approach For Breast Cancer Prevention: “MTHFR Mutation bigger than BRCA?”

Written by Dr. Kristine Blanche I spent the first half of my medical career in a conventional mindset. Throughout my work in surgery, emergency medicine, & critical care, I realized that there was a very limited focus on prevention in the medical world. Prompted by a series of family illnesses, I became “obsessed” with the […]

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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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