Do you eat and begin to feel sluggish, tired, or fatigued shortly after? Do you feel itchy or irritable after eating? If you answered yes to these questions, you might be dealing with hidden food sensitivities. One of the most Continue Reading..
Do you often feel tired after lunch? Did you just wake up but already feel ready to go back to bed? Do you sleep for more than seven hours a night and still feel exhausted during the day? One of Continue Reading..
What is PCOS? PCOS or Polycystic Ovary Syndrome is a hormonal imbalance that commonly occurs to women. Women with this imbalance have a difficult time becoming pregnant, as well as suffer from many other symptoms such as anxiety, irregular menstruation, Continue Reading..
What is Thiamine? Thiamine, otherwise known as Vitamin B1, is a water-soluble vitamin which supports healthy heart and nerve functions and metabolizes food and nutrients we consume into energy. Once our food is digested, Thiamine removes the nutrients and converts Continue Reading..
Inflammation is one of the biggest contributors to the common symptoms often experienced with MTHFR mutations. These common inflammatory symptoms include migraines, joint pain, weight gain, fatigue, heart problems and skin aging. Why is inflammation such an issue with MTHFR Continue Reading..
Do you often feel exhausted or depleted of energy? Fatigue is one of the most common symptoms associated with MTHFR mutations. Methylation deficiencies can create many problems such as an irregular thyroid and a toxic body, both of which create Continue Reading..
In the MTHFR community, the word homocysteine gets used often. We see questions such as “What is homocysteine?” “I have high homocysteine, now what?” or “How do I know if I have high homocysteine levels?” The answers to these questions Continue Reading..
Bloating, abnormal periods, acne, mood swings, irritability. Do these symptoms sound familiar? Are these symptoms you’re suffering from? Many women question why they’ve developed these symptoms, especially when consistently exercising, eating healthy, and living a clean and toxic free lifestyle. Continue Reading..
Inflammatory diseases are quite common in individuals with MTHFR mutations. Why is this? MTHFR mutations are the root cause of inflammatory diseases. Remember one of the most important jobs that methylation does is flagging toxins for the liver to prepare Continue Reading..
One of the most frequently asked questions we receive concerns the concept of methylation. At the core, MTHFR mutations are a methylation deficiency. But what is methylation? And what does it do? Methylation is an important product that’s made by Continue Reading..