Are You an MTHFR?

in health •  last month  (edited)

You could be and not even know it.

Read it again. No, it doesn't stand for "motherucer", so get that thought out of your head.

MTHFR stands for 'MethylTetraHydroFolateReductase'. Trying saying the word. It's a mouthful!

It is estimated that 40% of the population have this genetic disorder, and most are unaware. Doctors are illiterate on the subject and it is rare to find a doctor who will test for it.

MTHFR is a genetic mutation that inhibits specific people from being able to convert folic acid from food to the active form of folic acid, and L-methylfoloate that is used by the body.

Individuals who have bio markers showing inefficient folate metabolism (carriers of the MTHFR gene) suffer from impaired methylation, low glutathione levels and vitamin deficiencies. These individuals have a higher propensity for adverse reactions to vaccines because of their inability to properly detox.

The ingredient list of different vaccines indicate the presence of aluminum, thimerosal (mercury), formaldehyde, polysorbate 80, animal cells and even aborted fetal cells. If your body cannot rid itself known neurotoxins, heavy metals, chemical toxins and foreign dna, where does all the crap go?

You don't pee it out. You aren't sweating it out. And you're not pooping it out. All of those toxins are accumulating in different organs and tissues, like your brain.

Research before you inject. Remind your doctor of the Hippocratic Oath, "First, do no harm".

Here is an appropriate song while you get your learning on.
(The gene music using protein sequence of MTHFR).

If you are interested in learning more about detoxing and what I use, click the link below.

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