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MTHFR Gene Health

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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Histamine and Methylation

Histamine and Methylation

Histamine Histamine is a hydrophilic vasoactive amine derived from histidine through carboxylation by L-histidine decarboxylase1. Histamine, once formed, can be stored or rapidly undergo deamination or demethylation, which is catalyzed by diamine oxidase (DAO) or histamine-N-methyltransferase (HNMT) respectively. IgE antibodies on immune cells cause them to degranulate, releasing specific alkaloids and amines capable of displacing …

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