MTHFR and epigenetics news for April 2014
The correlation between MTHFR C677T, elevated homocysteine and migraines is significant.
I was speaking with someone the other day about type 3 diabetes, which I had never heard of before. “Well,” she said, “it’s Alzheimer’s disease.” Knowing that Alzheimer’s is related to MTHFR gene mutations, this got me thinking about types 1 and 2 diabetes and whether MTHFR is a cause. As with many of the MTHFR-associated illnesses, this gets a little complicated. While MTHFR gene mutations do not directly cause diabetes, hypomethylation and elevated homocysteine (which can be caused by… Read more »