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Simplistic MTHFR Support
Keep it simple, just include All In One
in your supplement regimen.
– The All in One general vitamin has very low dose supports for MTHFR and the Methylation Cycle.
– This helps to ensure that MTHFR as part of the Methylation Cycle can function to some degree.
– Dr. Amy truly believes that this cycle is critical for health and wellbeing.
MTHFR Custom Supplement Bundles
When you order supplements from Holistic Health, you can be sure you’re ordering the highest quality.
– All ingredients specifically selected and implemented by Dr. Amy
for her program: The Yasko Protocol.
– All of our custom supplements are made from manufacturers in the USA and stored in a temperature and humidity controlled area.
– Supplements are manufactured in facilities that follow cGMP guidelines.
Use coupon code “MTHFR” at checkout to get 10% OFF any MTHFR Bundle!
Understand if your MTHFR supplementation is working
Consider the following at home tests from Holistic Health.
Your test results can be personally reviewed and
commented on by Dr. Amy Yasko.
There is no additional charge for this service. As always, consult with your health care professional.
Running our DNA Test can also give you additional information beyond MTHFR.
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What is MTHFR?
An Excerpt by Dr. Amy
The Methylation Cycle is critical for survival. MTHFR is part of The Methylation Cycle, it is the name of a component of a nutritional pathway in the body. Part of the reason MTHFR has gained so much attention is that this specific nutritional pathway plays a role in a range of health concerns including heart disease, high cholesterol, miscarriages, among several other conditions. When MTHFR is not produced at an optimal level (due to a “SNP”) it can lower the ability for MTHFR to function properly. This can result in significant consequences as this particular nutritional pathway has been implicated as affecting all causes of mortality. While this may seem daunting, since MTHFR is a nutritional pathway, the use of supplementation may actually help to restore its activity.
Additionally, in spite of one or more serious imbalances in the pathway, an individual’s unique combination of SNPs can be viewed as the body’s effort to have The Methylation Cycle function. When considering support to bypass SNPs in the pathway, the goal is to look at the composite of SNPs and how they impact the overall function of The Methylation Cycle, as well as the effect of each individual SNP. Rather than solely focusing on a single SNP, and missing the larger interactive picture, making overall observations about the pathway in addition to looking at specific SNPs give a sense of some of the larger issues to consider in terms of the pathway as a whole.
About Dr. Amy Yasko
Dr. Amy has a PhD in Microbiology/Immunology/Infectious Disease from Albany Medical College, along with multiple postdoctoral fellowships including Yale Medical center, Wilmont cancer center URMC, and Pediatric Infectious Disease at URMC.
She has served as a member of the scientific advisory board for NFAM (National Foundation of Alternative Medicine) and the Documenting Hope Project for chronic illness. Dr. Amy worked in biotechnology for 15 years, codeveloping the first low cost DNA synthesizer and co owned a DNA technology company as an inventor on multiple patents involving DNA and RNA technology.
Dr. Amy then shifted her focus to using more natural approaches to address complex molecular health issues by additional training and degrees in natural health including a Doctor of Natural Health, a board certified Alternative Medical Practitioner, a board certified Holistic Health Practitioner, and is a Fellow of the American Association of Integrative Medicine.
want to learn more about Nutrigenomics?
Check out the Yasko Protocol Starter Packet!
It includes a hard copy of Feel Good Nutrigenomics: Your Roadmap to Health and A Complete Series of Lectures, a 3 disk set containing 13 1/2 hours of lectures by Dr. Amy Yasko.
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