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Filtered Water Supports MTHFR

What you drink impacts your MTHFR gene. We all know that tap water is not ideal. Arsenic levels are a concern as is chlorine, jet fuel, pesticides, fracking, fluoride to name a few. Whatever foreign you put into your body, your body has to filter out. If you could remove most of that from your […]

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Recurrent Miscarriage and MTHFR is a Significant Discovery

Recurrent miscarriage may be associated with MTHFR. Yet, many health professionals dismiss this heavily researched association. Does this sound familiar: “I was just told by my high-risk OB that there is no research proving MTHFR is connected to miscarriage.” If this does sound familiar, your OB is not educated correctly about MTHFR. Let me give you […]

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What Causes Down Syndrome? MTHFR?

What causes Down Syndrome? I know you are searching for answers. Why? Do you have a child with Down Syndrome? Or do you want to minimize the risk of having a child with Down Syndrome? Either way, the information here may help. I want to first state very clearly that there is no ‘defined mainstream way’ […]

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Bedwetting and MTHFR?

Bedwetting is Normal . . . to a Point Diapers on newborns must be used because their nervous system is not yet fully developed. As they progress in age and become little people, their nervous system is moving along nicely. As children continue to grow and develop, the frequency of bedwetting goes down and eventually […]

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Histamine Intolerance, MTHFR and Methylation

Histamine intolerance is becoming more and more prevalent. I have it. I also have MTHFR and susceptible to methylation deficiency. Given the prevalence of the MTHFR polymorphism, it only makes sense that the general population is also very susceptible to histamine intolerance. Connected. I wish I knew I had histamine intolerance 30 yrs ago.  Now that […]

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