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MTHFR And Fibromyalgia

May 17 , 2021

Stephen Smith

MTHFR And Fibromyalgia

How do MTHFR and fibromyalgia connect with each other? The MTHFR gene is responsible for the enzyme that supports glutathione production. Fibromyalgia, meanwhile, is a painful and chronic condition sometimes associated with genetics. Find out more about MTHFR and fibromyalgia below. In This Article: What Is MTHFR? What Is Fibromyalgia? How Are MTHFR and

How To Test For MTHFR Mutations | MTHFR Test

May 17 , 2021

Stephen Smith

How To Test For MTHFR Mutations | MTHFR Test

An MTHFR test indicates a mutation or variation in the MTHFR gene. This particular gene is vital to the processing of proteins responsible for the growth and repair of cells. If your test results show you have an MTHFR deficiency, it may explain why you suffer from certain diseases. More importantly, it may help you come up with proactive measures to prevent and address health

What is Nitrous Oxide: How it Affects MTHFR When Used as Sedative

May 17 , 2021

Stephen Smith

What is Nitrous Oxide: How it Affects MTHFR When Used as Sedative

What is nitrous oxide and how does this affect those with MTHFR gene variations? When you have an MTHFR deficiency, which results in elevated serum levels of homocysteine, you are at risk for a number of health issues. Your body may also react differently when exposed to nitrous oxide, a common sedative agent used in surgery and dentistry. So, what happens when you have to use 

Biotics Research MCS-2 for Detoxification

May 17 , 2021

Stephen Smith

Biotics Research MCS-2 for Detoxification

You sometimes need boosters like the Biotics Research MCS-2 to detoxify. Detoxification occurs naturally, with the liver as the primary pathway, but exposure to toxins and an unhealthy lifestyle impedes the process. With dietary supplements like the MCS-2, the liver receives the support it needs to eliminate toxic chemicals. This results in a stronger immune system and an

What are Trace Minerals and Why You Need Them for Glutathione

May 17 , 2021

Stephen Smith

What are Trace Minerals and Why You Need Them for Glutathione

What are trace minerals? They are minerals we need in small amounts. Around 1 to 100 mg per day, that is. They are essential to the production of certain bodily compounds. Glutathione is among these compounds, and it greatly benefits from trace minerals. Dr. Stephen Smith gives an overview of how important trace minerals are in the video below. What are Trace Minerals? |

MTHFR Simplified: MTHFR 677 Heterozygous SNP

May 17 , 2021

Stephen Smith

MTHFR Simplified: MTHFR 677 Heterozygous SNP

I’m Dr. Stephen Smith, an integrated medicine physician with 30 years of experience and a personal interest in methylation problems because everyon...

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