MTHFR – Easier to Say than Methylenetetrahydrofolate reductase!

The MTHFR gene, technically referred to as Methylenetetrahydrofolate reductase, is a key enzyme required to metabolise homocysteine. Mutations of the MTHFR gene may cause elevated (and toxic) blood levels of homocysteine. Read below for more information on this important chemical. We are all born with 2 MTHFR genes, one inherited from each parent. Some people have a genetic mutation […]

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