Chronic Illness & MTHFR Genetic Defects Are Usually Linked

MTHFR defects affect 30-40% of the population

Are you or someone you know suffering from chronic, relentless illness that makes it difficult to even get out of bed? It’s time to figure what’s going on with you. Approximately 30-40% of the U.S. population has one of more defect with our detox gene, MTHFR. When this occurs our bodies can’t create methylation or detox pathways inside the body, so it becomes like an dumpster overflowing with toxins that’s can’t exit the body without manual combination detox therapies like infrared sauna, ionic detox foot baths and other detox modalities.

The MTHFR gene also provides instructions for your body to make the MTHFR protein, which helps your body process folate. Your body needs folate to make DNA and modify proteins, according to the CDC.

  • Folate helps to form DNA and RNA and is involved in protein metabolism. It plays a key role in breaking down homocysteine, an amino acid that can exert harmful effects in the body if it is present in high amounts, according to Harvard University.
  • DNA stands for deoxyribonucleic acid. It is the information molecule and stores all the genetic material of a cell. It also contains instructions for the synthesis of other molecules, like proteins, according to Biology Dictionary.
  • RNA stands for ribonucleic acid. Its function is to carry out the instructions encoded in DNA. There are three types of RNA, each with a different function. These are messenger, ribosomal and transfer RNA.

A cell without DNA lacks the capacity to do much of anything. Ribosomes make protein by synthesizing RNA. Without these proteins, cells can’t repair cellular damage or even maintain their structure. It’s like dead calm in the body. Our cells are attacked and comprised by cell debris like Candida, parasites, uric acid and more due to mitochondrial dysfunction inside the cell. The mitochondrion inside the cell is responsible for cell protection, among other things. We cannot properly breakdown and digest food, food or even water in some cases. Our bodies become nutrient and mineral deficient, and we get sick and stay sick.

Toxins in everyday life, like heavy metals (i.e. aluminum) in personal-care products like popular-brand deodorants and hormone disruptors line micro plastic, buildup inside the body. Heavy metals, in particular, are a food source for Candida and parasites, where they feed and breed.

Folate and folic acid both relate to vitamin B-9, which plays a key role in preventing birth irregularities and aiding the production of healthy red blood cells, according to Medical News Today. However, they are not the same. Folic acid is a synthetic we should avoid, particularly MTHFR sufferers.

Folate refers to the many forms of vitamin B-9. These include folic acid, dihydrofolate (DHF), tetrahydrofolate (THF), and more. The body uses B vitamins to create new cells. Folic acid is a synthetic form of folate. Food manufacturers add it to many products because it does not occur naturally.

Avoid all products with added or fortified folic acid which is the synthetic form of vitamin B9 found in fortified supplements (pregnancy supplements) breads, cereals and commercially produced flours. Avoid processed foods that have synthetic folic acid added to them.

MTHFR sufferers tend to live with bloating, constipation and it’s difficult for them to sweat because the body can’t create methylation or detox paths for this to occur. Medical diagnosis where MTHFR defect/s are typically presence:

  • Alopecia
  • Autism
  • Dementia
  • Alzheimer’s disease
  • Chronic fatigue syndrome
  • Hypothyroidism
  • Lyme disease
  • Multiple sclerosis
  • Miscarriage
  • Psychiatric disorders, such as bipolarism and schizophrenia
  • Certain types of cancer, such as breast, colon and acute leukemia
  • Spina Bifida
  • Chronic migraines & more

Source: Medlineplus.gov

I Can Help

I’m Anthony Beven, a certified live blood analyst and nutritional detox coach. I have a double BA, and have taken graduate-level coursework in gastrointestinal physiology and client evaluation. I detoxed my own body after back-to-back HIV and diagnoses. I’ve been doing this for several years. I have helped thousands of chronically-ill clients utilizing nutritional detoxing coaching knowledge, techniques and protocols. I’m top-rated on Google and Facebook reviews. I’ve been featured on national T.V., radio and on news websites.

My Approach

Typically, MTHFR sufferers require at minimum 6-12 months of detoxing due to the buildup of toxins inside the body over the years. After this, at least 1-2 cleanses annually to keep the body healthy, while eating properly and taking certain specialty supplements.

The first thing we have to do is confirm defect/s with the MTHFR gene. I do this with a DNA swab test. This will be sent to you, and then you send it back. The results take 7-14 days to come back from the lab once I receive the swab back from you.

The results come in a form of 24-page report covering seven key areas, including lipid metabolism, methylation, detoxification, inflammation, oxidative stress, bone health, insulin sensitivity and of course, MTHFR genetic defects. The report also provides eating and supplements recommendations. This report is $360, and includes shipping standard rate cost to you.

A Structured Plan

I’ve worked with hundreds of MTHFR clients, who didn’t know what their genetic problem is or they did know and didn’t know how-to detox and heal. I’ve got the experience and then results to help you get “unstuck.”

My approach includes:

  • Developing a detox plan based on your DNA results report, inclusive of elimination of Candida, parasites, heavy metals and more; restoration of enzyme functionality, gut microbiome and minerals inside the body; and a detox therapy plan detailing how-to utilize modalities like infrared sauna to remove toxins from the body and alkaline water flushing.
  • Weekly or biweekly coaching check-ins.
  • Plant-based or vegan eating routine & meal plans – most MTHFR sufferers don’t respond well to meat protein. This is due to the impact MTHFR defects have on enzyme functionality.

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