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  • Susan Brown

    5-MTHFR gene mutation linked to gluten and casein intolerance.

  • Jill Fuller

    http://www.dramyyasko.com/ Dr. Amy Yasko - DNA Methylation Pathways Test and Analysis - "Autism, Pathways to Recovery"

  • Jeni Jacoby Marr

    Methylation cycle (Amy Yasko)

  • birdy

    MTHFR-Genetics, Autism, and Disease MTHFR stands for MethylTetraHydroFolate Reductase Deficiency. MTHFR is a genetic disorder that inhibits some people from being able to convert folic acid from food...

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