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How Much Methylfolate Should I Take? Find Out

When one is diagnosed with a MTHFR mutation, the first thing typically prescribed is methylfolate – or, incorrectly, folic acid in high amounts. There is no standard of care prescribing methylfolate for MTHFR mutations. Thus, the variation in prescriptions is vast – anywhere from nothing done upwards to Deplin 15 mg or Folic Acid 4 […]

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MTHFR Mutation? Consider these laboratory tests.

Finding out you or a loved one has a MTHFR mutation may be upsetting. The good news though is you now are aware why so many symptoms go on unchecked without any successful treatment. You are perhaps wondering: What next? In working with many who have MTHFR mutations, I have learned the hard way that […]

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Heterozygous A1298C OR Heterozygous C677T MTHFR Mutation and Recurrent Pregnancy Loss? Consider This

UPDATE on 2/13/2012: This is no longer theory as current research supports it. This research has yet to be published. First read my theory below and then I will provide the proof. This theory is born out of wondering why some women are experiencing recurrent pregnancy loss, have had all sorts of laboratory and physical […]

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