*Updated 20 March 2014* MTHFR gene mutations are complicated and certainly just the tip of the iceberg. With each day that passes I think most of us realize that for as much as we know about genetics and health, we really know very little. There are so many pathways in the body and so many more biochemical processes at play than just methylation. I know that every day I learn something new, something that makes me question whether I am… Read more »

Today’s health condition topic is quite personal for me. We have a lot of cancer in my family and I consider myself to be high risk. My mother and grandmother both had breast cancer and I can find incidences of the disease on both sides of the family, including breast, lung, prostate and stomach cancers. I suspect that I’m far from alone in having cancer on my radar. Around 13.7 million Americans alive on January 1, 2012 either had a… Read more »

Last week I talked a little about Lyme disease and at the end of the post I mentioned toxic mold illness. Today I want to explore that a bit further because many people are sick and demonstrate Lyme symptoms, which are actually reactions to mold. Mold can also complicate the illness of Lyme patients. There are thousands of different types of mold and some people are more sensitive to it than others. As we know, MTHFR gene mutations make it… Read more »