*Updated 18 Feb 2016* As I progress further and further into my reading and research on MTHFR and related conditions, glutathione (GSH) keeps popping up. Having reduced levels of glutathione is associated with many diseases and health conditions, including cancer, cystic fibrosis, Parkinson’s disease, Alzheimer’s disease, hypertension, atherosclerosis, emphysema, asthma, ME/chronic fatigue syndrome, fibromyalgia, autism, bipolar disorder and multiple sclerosis. In fact, if I hold up a list of diseases associated with reduced glutathione next to a list of diseases associated with MTHFR,… Read more »

Wishing everyone who celebrates it a very Merry Christmas, Happy Holidays and a very Happy New Year! I’ll be taking a break and spending time with family over the holidays and will be back in January with more healthy posts. May 2014 be your best year yet! Epigenetics Breakthrough research emerged demonstrating that exposure to toxins could cause disease in future generations, not by changing a person’s DNA, but by affecting the methyl molecules that bind to the DNA in… Read more »

*Updated on 5 Feb, 2014* When we’re feeling ill, vitamin and mineral deficiencies are probably among the farthest things from our minds to be the culprit. After all, when was the last time your doctor asked or advised you about your nutrition, other than perhaps telling you that it would be beneficial to drop a few pounds? Anyone can suffer from nutrient deficiencies, not just people with MTHFR gene mutations. And anyone experiencing health problems can gain an advantage by learning… Read more »