Category Archives for Genes

MTHFR Gene Health

What is the MTHFR gene health, and why does it matter? It means that the more you look after your diet, lifestyle, sleep, stress, toxins and do exercise, the more healthy your genes are. Just because you have a genetic change, it doesn’t mean there is a problem. However, the more stress you have, the […]

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Health Tips for MTHFR

Living a normal life unhindered by an MTHFR deficiency is very attainable and prevention is definitely the best course of action. Making the changes recommended in this article are important so you can optimize your folate levels and minimize the effects that the environment may have on the expression of the gene. Remember that you […]

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How Camping Can Improve Your Sleep

Our Environments Are Artificial In today’s age our environments are almost completely artificial, we have artificial light, artificial environments, artificial food (think packaged and fast foods), and artificial sleeping schedules. Our ancestors were not exposed to artificial light all day long. Our ancestors evolved to sleep and wake up with cycles of the sun, and […]

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Anesthesia and MTHFR Mutations

MTHFR is a condition that predominantly affects the methylation process and how the body processes chemicals, including medications like anesthetics. Anesthesia is not always dangerous for those living with an MTHFR mutation, but some types can be deadly. If you find yourself in a situation in which you may need to have anesthesia, it is […]

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Gluten and MTHFR

Gluten is ubiquitous in many processed foods of today, this should come as a concern, as it negatively affects some of us without ever knowing it is the cause. Individuals with gluten sensitivity and MTHFR can be dealt a double blow where the conditions of both symptoms may amplify each other. We will look at […]

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Folate or Folic?

You say folate, I say folic acid… let’s call the whole thing off?  Paraphrasing the famous lyrics may help us remember that similar sounding words may not always translate to the same molecules! Folate has become an umbrella term used interchangeably to describe different forms of the basic vitamin B9: it can be easy to […]

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Exercise and MTHFR

It is well known that exercise is good for us, it’s plain to see when we are provided with all the evidence of the benefits one can gain from regular exercise. Although exercise is mostly known for weight-loss, which plays a role in maintaining a healthy balanced life, it can provide us with so much […]

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Coffee Metabolism and Your Genes

Coffee is one of the world most popular drinks, one can find dozens of coffee shops in virtually every town or city. The reason for this is due to coffees’ many known health benefits and its stimulating effects. Coffee and its many chemical compounds have been found to decrease the risk of dementia and Alzheimer’s […]

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Can Methylation affect Immune Function?

The immune system protects the body from external threats such as viruses, bacteria, parasites, and chemicals. The key to the functioning of the immune system is its ability to differentiate between self (healthy tissue) and non-self. The immune system consists of several subsystems all working together as a unit to protect the body. It can […]

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Is MTHFR Related to Anaemia?

  Anaemia is considered to be one of the most common blood conditions in the world. This condition relates to the abnormal or lack of functioning of red blood cells and its protein, haemoglobin. If there are any deficiencies in the production or functioning of red blood cells and haemoglobin, we can expect to see […]

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