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*Amy Yasko's Methylation Panel Test VS 23andMe *Sharing MTHFR and 23andme Stories *Why MTHFR Is Only A Part of Methylation * Other Gene Mutations That Must Be Addressed Before Starting an MTHFR Protocol
Why is the Methylation Cycle Important? The Methylation Cycle is a biochemical pathway that manages or contributes to a wide range of crucial bodily functions, including: Detoxification Immune function Maintaining DNA Energy production Mood balancing Controlling inflammation
An excellent, informative article about methylation and neuroimmune syndromes including: Alzheimer's, allergies, ADD, ADHD, autism, vertigo, processing disorders, and many other conditions. The article is the summary of an interview with Dr. Tim Jackson with Sean Croxton (Underground Wellness) about how to address the inflammation that causes our conditions.