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Doctor Explains Importance of MTHFR Gene

November 12, 2014; Posted by: WeBleed staff

Why is the MTFHR gene important?

How much do you know about the MTHFR gene and the MTHFR mutation?  An article released today by ProHealth goes over a Q and A about why the gene is important. Dr. Benjamin Lynch has a passion for identifying the cause of diseases and answered questions concerning MTHFR.

Here is a snapshot of what Dr. Lynch goes over in his Q and A.  CLICK HERE to view the entire story and the solutions and treatments he recommends.

  • 45% of the population in the USA have a defect in one of their genes, called the MTHFR gene, which reduces ones ability to utilize folic acid.
  • If you are not able to produce 5-MTHF from folic acid, then you won’t be able to lower your homocysteine very well, reduce histamine levels, sleep well, carry a baby to term without birth defects, be calm and focused or eliminate cancer forming estrogens.

Photo Credit – ProHealth – your source for bleeding news!

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