MTHFR Support

Epilepsy

Epilepsy

Share This Post

What Is Epilepsy

Epilepsy is a neurological disorder marked by sudden recurrent episodes of sensory disturbance, loss of consciousness, or convulsions, associated with abnormal electrical activity in the brain.

Research

A review on the available evidence concerning MTHFR C677T and susceptibility to epilepsy was studied by Wu et al (2014). Ten studies were examined, with an association between the C677T mutation and epilepsy susceptibility was found. When examining the evidence in relation to ethnicity, the results also indicated the MTHFR C677T mutation increased the risk of epilepsy in Asian populations.

Article Here

Related Posts

The Antibiotic Resistance Crisis
MTHFR

The Antibiotic Resistance Crisis

This is the first of two articles about the antibiotic resistance crisis. Part 2 will discuss strategies to manage the crisis and new agents for ...
Read More →
Letter to Claire Harvey
MTHFR

Letter to Claire Harvey

On the weekend, journalist Claire Harvey wrote an article about naturopaths. Not only was it ill founded, disparaging and downright ridiculous, but I would have ...
Read More →
Diabetes
Conditions

Diabetes

What Is Type 2 Diabetes? Unlike people with type 1 diabetes, the bodies of people with type 2 diabetes make insulin. But either their pancreas ...
Read More →
DAO Deficiency and Histamine: The Unlikely Connection
Genes

DAO Deficiency and Histamine: The Unlikely Connection

What does it mean? We live in a time when we can choose what to eat. But in our endeavour to be healthy, what are ...
Read More →
Spina bifida
Conditions

Spina bifida

What is Spina bifida? Spina bifida is termed a ‘Neural Tube Defect’ (NTD), and is a developmental defect in which the newborn baby has part ...
Read More →
Organic Chicken Bone Broth w/ Ginger Aromatics
MTHFR

Organic Chicken Bone Broth w/ Ginger Aromatics

Ingredients: 1.2 kg organic  free range chicken carcass 6 litres filtered water ½ teaspoon flaked sea salt 2 tbsp thinly sliced ginger 1 onion, cut ...
Read More →
Scroll to Top
Carolyn Ledowsky

Stay Connected!

Sign up for our monthly newsletter with current MTHFR research, health tips, recipes, special offers and news about upcoming events including Carolyn’s live Q&A.

Subscribe