MTHFR methylationMethylation (MTHFR) and genetics affect the progression of nearly every chronic and degenerative disease - erectile dysfunction, migraines, chronic fatigue, fibromyalgia, cancer, heart disease, high blood pressure, autism, miscarriages, and much more…

Methylation takes place throughout your entire body, and it helps with:

1)Energy Production

2)Neurotransmitter Formation

3)Detoxification pathways

4)And much more…

Methylation is the process of moving CH3 (carbon with 3 hydrogens) to another molecule in the body. It is done throughout the entire body, including the brain, and is essential to toxin removal, neurotransmitter formation, and energy production.

How it Works:

Did you know there is a simple, non-invasive, and inexpensive test that only needs to be done once in your life, and can tell you where many of your genetic weaknesses are? Even better, most of these weaknesses can be corrected or minimized by specific diet and supplements to bypass this weak spot! For example - find out which form of Vitamin B12, B6, and Folic acid your body needs to function at its best.  Testing can also cover other enzymes beyond MTHFR - COMT, CBS, MAO, and more.

The test is typically just done with a swab from the mouth, and you get results in a couple weeks. Dr. Noah will then help you interpret these complicated results to find a solution for you. These defects are found in almost 45% of the population, and can result in as much as a 70% reduction in enzyme activity.

Is this program right for you?

While we try to convince anyone with a tough condition like IBS, autism, or chronic fatigue to have this test done, we also think it is a great test for preventative health. If you can plug the holes in your metabolic pathways early, the chance of you “falling apart” down the road will be greatly diminished.

Dr. Noah has completed advanced training in nutrigenomics (how nutrition affects your genetics), and we invite you to see his profile and leave a review of how this approach has helped you - Dr. Noah Methylation listing

Still have questions - call our Boise office today - 208-629-5374

What therapies can help Methylation defects?

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