People with MTHFR gene mutations are prone to heavy metal toxicity. Learn how to test, treat and prevent this.
I never gave too much thought to Lyme disease until I began investigating MTHFR. Suddenly everyone had Lyme! While that’s a bit of an exaggeration, I certainly was not aware of just how common Lyme is and how much it masquerades as other chronic illnesses. Lupus, fibromyalgia, ME/CFS, multiple sclerosis, Epstein-Barr virus and viral meningitis are all examples of misdiagnoses when the person actually has Lyme disease. MTHFR gene mutations create a special environment in your body for toxins, disease and… Read more »
Last week I had the pleasure of hearing from several leading doctors, health practitioners and thought leaders as I attended the online Future of Nutrition Conference, which was presented by The Institute for the Psychology of Eating. I wish I had enough time to hear every speaker but unfortunately my schedule only allowed me to listen to a few people each day. The ideas presented were both progressive and insightful and I thought it would be nice to share some… Read more »