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  • Istvan
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    Hi Tracey,

    Hope that this will answer the question: link

    Let us know!

    – I.E.

    Istvan
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    in reply to: help with mthfr #36158

    Hi Abraham!

    Yes, she is our top practitioner and you can contact her by visiting the Our Team section on our website.

    -I.E.
    MTHFR Support Team

    Istvan
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    in reply to: BRCA gene #35990

    Hi! No, we do not have BRCA on the report, but there are 45 pages of data (over a thousand Snps) in the latest version of Sterling’s App.

    We feature genes that are part of the following:

    Liver Detox – Phase I & II
    Methylation & Methionine/Homocysteine Pathways
    Neurotransmitter Pathway: Serotonin & Dopamine
    COMT Activity
    Yeast/Alcohol Metabolism
    Trans-sulfuration Pathway
    Neurotransmitter Pathway: Glutamate & GABA
    Mitchondrial Function
    Glyphosate Degradation

    Please check our free Variant Report sample found here: Video Tutorial & Sample Reports

    Istvan
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    in reply to: G6PD Enzyme #31729

    Hi fmksunsoul!

    Cynthia is part of MTHFR Support. She is well-versed when it comes to methylation and nutrigenomics.

    You can find out more about her in Our Team section: link

    Istvan
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    in reply to: Compromised SNP'S #31725

    Hi Lindsdomain!

    Please watch this video which walks you through the process to obtain your variant report: MTHFR Support tutorial

    We have Carolyn Ledowsky in Australia who is an expert when it comes to understanding your Sterling’s App results.

    To contact Carolyn please visit: MTHFR Support Australia

    Remember that self-treatment is still not recommended!

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    Istvan
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    in reply to: Compromised SNP'S #31652

    Hi!

    What she said is correct. If we all would start treating ‘reds’ and ‘yellows’, then we could seriously injure ourselves.

    If something’s not broken, then trying to fix it will surely break it!

    Besides, some e.g. homozygous snps could mean that you are at slightly increased risk for something common (e.g. a cold), while it offers protection against something more serious.

    How could you tell if these genes are expressing, and how would you treat them if you do not understand DNA methylation?

    This is why we recommend seeking a practitioner who is familiar with methylation.

    Istvan
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    I deeply apologize for the late reply. The variant report is correct, but your confusion is valid. What happened is that the allele orientation is minus – meaning that the alleles for intrepretation have been reversed. A turns to T, C turns to G etc.
    Read more here: http://snpedia.com/index.php/Orientation

    Istvan
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    in reply to: New to methylation #6982

    Hi Dave!

    I would like to recommend you Dr. Jess Armine. It is a rare occasion when we recommend a particular practitioner, but you seem to have suffered with serious psychological issues and need immediate help.
    Dr. Jess Armine is known as the Neurotransmitter whisperer. He is the man for this job as having a son with schizophrenia, who is now in remission thanks to his dad.

    You can find Dr. Jess Armine’s contact information in ‘Our Team’, located in the drop-down menu of ‘About Us’ tab on the top. Feel free to send him a message.
    Hope this helps!

    Istvan
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    Hi!

    Most of the practitioners found on the website do phone and/or Skype consults. They can order e.g. lab tests for you. If you are uncertain who to pick, then I can recommend selecting someone from our team: http://mthfrsupport.com/our-team/

    If you would like to get more familiar with Our Team, then just listen to the radio shows in the archive: http://mthfrsupport.com/radio-show/

    Istvan
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    Hi!

    I would recommend working with one of our practitioners; Shawn Bean to be exact. He is the one specialized in hormonal imbalances and is well-versed in nutrition and methylation. Find Shawn in our team located here: http://mthfrsupport.com/our-team/

    Istvan
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    Hi!

    There are genes that when combined (unrelted to plus or minus status) can increase the risk of health problems. Sterling studied these genes and is well-versed when it comes to a combination of polymorphisms. To contact her please send a message to beclotaware@gmail.com

    Istvan
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    There are no experts in methylation, because this topic is still relatively new. If anyone claims to be an expert, then just turn around and walk out the door – the likelihood of that practitioner treat SNPs instead of trying to fix the body is high.

    From the top of my head I’d recommend the practitioners from our team
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    Istvan
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    Please send an e-mail to our customer service with this issue: contact@mthfrsupport.com

    Thank you!

    Istvan
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    Hi John!

    I would recommend you to contact a practitioner who is familiar with methylation. Supplements are just supplements – that is a lot more to this. You need to know, and understand when to use them. Lots of people don’t even have to use it because when fixing the gut, other issues resolve by themselves.

    As for the importance of tongue tie; other organs can be affected. Jennifer Tow is an expert when it comes to tongue-tie, as she is the president of the tongue tie association. We know that kids with tongue-tie have faulty methylation, and are under serious oxidative stress. I would recommend setting up a consult with one of the practitioners who not only understand methylation, but look further than that, and treat the body as whole.

    Istvan
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    You need to send a message to Sterling H. Erdei at beclotaware@gmail.com and she will resolve your issue. Please note that our website has been going through serious changes, months and months of work and it will be updated next week. It is going to have a more professional look and user friendly interface.

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