MTHFR Support

MTHFR C677T, High Homocysteine + Blood Clot Risk

The relationship between homocysteine (Hcy), MTHFR C677T polymorphism and cerebral (brain) blood clot risk was studied by Bharatkumar et al (2014). Homocysteine was higher in patients with cerebral blood clotting, representing a 4.54 fold increased risk of brain blood clotting. When examining the link with MTHFR C677T, the authors concluded that the 677TT genotype was not linked with blood clot risk, but is a determinate of homocysteine levels.

Article Here



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.