What is the difference between Folate, Folic Acid, Folinic Acid and Methyl Folate and the relationship to mutations of the MTHFR gene?

The term ‘folate’ encompasses several different vitamins with varying activity, metabolic pathways and absorption. Naturally occurring folates are richest in green leafy vegetables. These natural folates are easily damaged by storage and cooking processes. Folate Folate, or vitamin B9, is found naturally in food as tetrahydrofolate derivatives. Folate is metabolized to THF in the small […]

The Gut-Brain Axis (GBA): The Missing Link in Depression

There is growing evidence that the trillions of microbes inhabiting our gastrointestinal tracts (commonly referred to as microbiome or gut microbiota) play a mysterious yet significant role in many aspects of our mental health—ranging from psychological resilience to neuropsychiatric disorders Research shows that the gut microbiota affects your mood, sleep and stress levels. The term microbiome refers to all microorganisms and […]

Do you suffer from, or have a family history of, anxiety, depression, migraine or related problems?

The good news is that a simple DNA test can tell you about your MTHFR gene. If you are interested in knowing more or in having the DNA test please contact me. MTHFR – Easier to Say than Methylenetetrahydrofolate reductase! We are all born with 2 MTHFR genes, one inherited from each parent. Some people have a […]

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