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  • doysmi
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    Explain the Gloxylate Metabolic Process. What genes predispose to hyperoxaluria? Are these two connected?

    Thanks,

    Doyle

    Lea (Admin)
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    Hi Doyle,

    Your questions have been forwarded for reply. We appreciate your patience in awaiting a response.

    Lea

    Cynthia Smith
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    Hi, The genes are listed in a Power point presentation on my website pages 81 to 90 ish under GI and Autoimmune at Lifezonewellness.com. Too much to type here. Some folks have SNPs in those 5 genes that breakdown oxalates. If you are susceptible, then take a Mg citrate capsule when you eat high oxalate foods to bind up the oxalates.

    doysmi
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    Thanks Lea for your reply. I went to your website and could not find your PowerPoint Presentation. Can you send me the link, or describe better its location?

    Thanks,

    Doyle

    Lea (Admin)
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    Hi Doyle,

    It was Cynthia who responded to your question and the information is on her website details of which she has provided in her response above.

    Lea

    doysmi
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    I am interested in working with Cynthia to evaluate my MTHFR Report and health issues. Can I call her to talk about the process?

    Thanks,

    Doyle
    720-935-3469

    Lea (Admin)
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    Hi Doyle,

    Cynthia can be contacted by Phone: (312)-451-6504 Fax: (312)-929-2773 Email: info@lifezonewellness.com or from her website http://www.lifezonewellness.com/.

    More information about Cynthia can be found here https://mthfrsupport.com/our-team/.

    Lea

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