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Collagen And Spinal Issues Due to Oxalate – There Is Hope

Collagen And Spinal Issues Due to Oxalate - There Is Hope Sterling Hill's thoughts on the subject: When there is an oxalate/sulfation issue and oxalate has overrode sulfation, no more than 250-500 mg of ascorbic/ascorbate a day should be given to people with hyperoxaluria. The glyoxylate metabolic process regulates the tricarboxylic [...]

By |2021-08-05T23:55:14-06:00August 6th, 2021|Education, Feature, Health, Nutrition|Comments Off on Collagen And Spinal Issues Due to Oxalate – There Is Hope

Low Dose Naltrexone VS. Your Polymorphysm

Low Dose Naltrexone VS. Your Polymorphysm A quote from our facebook page by the founder, Sterling Hill: "For all of my LDN people out there. People with the G allele for OPRM1 rs1799971 have a better outcome when using naltrexone than people with the A allele. This [...]

By |2021-08-03T23:51:23-06:00August 4th, 2021|Education, Feature, Genetics, Health, Sterling's App|Comments Off on Low Dose Naltrexone VS. Your Polymorphysm

SNP Of The Week: SOD2

SNP Of The Week: SOD2 The role of SOD2 is to destroy superoxide anion radicals which are normally produced within the cells and which are toxic to biological systems. Multiple Chemical Sensitivity (MCS) snp, SOD2 A16V, and its implication on oxidative stress and chemical sensitivities have been studied. Wheatgrass & wheatgrass juice are [...]

By |2021-07-28T23:06:46-06:00July 29th, 2021|Education, Feature, Health, Nutrition, Sterling's App|Comments Off on SNP Of The Week: SOD2

Trained practitioners are awaiting your response!

Trained practitioners are awaiting your response! At MTHFRSupport.com we have a handy feature for individuals looking to interpret their Variant Reports. Most of the practitioners can work through Skype (or other means of online communication) and may order lab tests at your comfort. By going to our website, and locating [...]

By |2021-07-27T21:58:12-06:00July 28th, 2021|Education, Feature, Sterling's App|Comments Off on Trained practitioners are awaiting your response!

Sterling’s Speech & Beyond the MTHFR Gene

MTHFR Support Highlights Sterling's Speech Beyond the MTHFR gene Recommended lab and stress relief Sterling Hill, CEO of MTHFR Support Two video clips of Sterling Hill's speech, starting from her journey with chronic sickness, the birth of MTHFR Support, speaking about health and genetics [...]

By |2021-07-21T22:27:50-06:00July 22nd, 2021|Education, Feature, MTHFR|Comments Off on Sterling’s Speech & Beyond the MTHFR Gene

Could Floxies Be Dealing with an Impaired Glycine Cleavage System?

MTHFR Support Announcements Floxies Oxalates Mushrooms Could Floxies Be Dealing with an Impaired Glycine Cleavage System? I was made aware of oxalates a few years back. Susan Owens from http://lowoxalate.info/ contacted me after she had heard I was wanting to reach out to her and learn a little [...]

By |2021-06-04T19:38:50-06:00June 5th, 2021|Education, Feature|Comments Off on Could Floxies Be Dealing with an Impaired Glycine Cleavage System?

Notes on NOS3 & What is a Cytokine Storm?

MTHFR Support Highlights Nitric Oxide Synthase Aids In Helping You Make NOS in Your Sleep What is a Cytokine Storm? NOS Gene Nitric oxide synthase 3 [endothelial] (NOS3 aka eNOS, Constitutive NOS) There are three types of NOS; NOS1 (Nitric oxide synthase 1, neuronal), NOS2 (Nitric oxide [...]

By |2021-06-03T23:25:38-06:00June 4th, 2021|Education, Feature, Genetics|Comments Off on Notes on NOS3 & What is a Cytokine Storm?

What Does Your Skin Microbiome Look Like?

What Does Your Skin Microbiome Look Like? We are using enormous amounts of hand sanitizers that are destroying our skin microbiome. Why is our skin microbiome important? It is an ecosystem of bacteria that works to guard you against pathogens that can not only affect your skin but your overall health. When [...]

By |2021-06-01T21:06:22-06:00June 3rd, 2021|Education, Feature, Sterling's App|Comments Off on What Does Your Skin Microbiome Look Like?

COMT Catecholamine MethylTransferase

COMT Catecholamine MethylTransferase COMT V158M/H62H is responsible for breaking down catecholamines. It plays a huge role in fight or flight. When someone is wild type meaning -/- they usually metabolize their catecholamines too fast when epigenetically expressing. This in turn can cause major depressive events. When someone is heterozygous, +/- for COMT V158M/H62H, [...]

By |2021-06-01T18:06:14-06:00May 31st, 2021|Education, Feature|Comments Off on COMT Catecholamine MethylTransferase

The Gut Brain Connection and Brains on Fire

The other day I watched a true story on Netflix about a young lady who worked at the New York Post and all of a sudden started having severe mental disturbances and seizures. She was misdiagnosed with several psychiatric disorders including schizophrenia. A doctor discovered that she had an autoimmune condition that impacted her NMDA [...]

By |2018-08-20T12:48:45-06:00August 20th, 2018|Blog, Education, Feature|Comments Off on The Gut Brain Connection and Brains on Fire