Posts tagged ‘MTHFR genotype’

MTHFR: Here’s to Your Health!

My lifestyle and diet has changed dramatically over the past several years. It has allowed me to lose nearly 70 pounds and in some ways, I feel much better. However, because of the ongoing fibromyalgia and CFS, other issues seem to be constantly at the forefront with me. I always seem to be fighting off fatigue, a foggy head with inability to concentrate, and a general malaise that cannot be explained. Folks, this is what medical doctors would say hypochondriacs are made of, but thanks to the field of genetics, things are being uncovered that provide more and more information on how are bodies work or how they are supposed to work but don’t.

Continue Reading October 31, 2016 at 9:45 AM

GABA, GABA, Doo, Part 9

One particular section of her book – METHYLATION IS THE MESSAGE – explains a great deal about DNA, repairing and building it, immune function, digestive issues, neurotransmitter balance, inflammation and a number of other areas that can directly impact the formation of autism, as well as other illnesses or maladies. I’m still working my way through her book, but since it’s available for free, you can download your own copy and get going on it yourself. Even if you do not have anyone in your family with autism, the knowledge that you will discover about yourself is really invaluable.

Continue Reading June 28, 2016 at 1:29 PM 2 comments

GABA, GABA, Doo, Part 8

Folks, let me state clearly that if you share this information that you’ve been reading in this particular series, you will eventually run against people who think you’re a moron, a loser, a conspiracy buff, someone who spends too much time worrying about things that are beyond your control. They may laugh at you and ridicule you for what you believe is truly important. They may even use themselves as an example of how “fit” they are and they don’t worry about food and other things. But ask yourself this: are those people healthy? Are they overweight? Are they on numerous prescription drugs for high blood pressure or something else?

Continue Reading June 27, 2016 at 8:22 AM 3 comments

GABA, GABA, Doo, Part 5

This is not an easy thing to do to keep these things in balance, especially with the way most Americans eat today. As I’ve stated several times, if you will simply focus on eliminating the things in your diet that are actually causing your body harm, you are well on your way to increased health. This, in turn, will allow your gut to create the needed neurotransmitters and these in turn, will be utilized by your brain to work as they should work.

Continue Reading June 23, 2016 at 7:26 AM


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