MTHFR Mutation


¿What is MTHFR?

MTHFR is a genetic mutation that at least 40% of the population has. MTHFR or Methylenetetrahydrofolate Reductase is an enzyme that converts folic acid into methyl-folate (5MTHFR). Methyl-folate is the primary form of folate in our blood and is an important part of the body’s detoxification process doing so through a process called Methylation

Signs of MTHFR: Irregular periods, Migraines, Cold hands, Hot flashes, Weight gain/Bloating, Foggy brain, Poor focus and concentration, Fatigue, Low energy, Skin problems, Anxiety, Nausea, Inflammation.


As promised, our goal for 2021 is to provide education and answers to your questions. We have prepared an 8-part series webinar that covers the most requested topics. The webinars will start today twice a week for the next 4 weeks.

All our webinars are now in our MTHFR Blog and Webinar page here:

Schedule a 1 hour videoconference call

The videoconference is a medical consultation where we analyzed the form you filled up, any labs, medicines you are taking, and any other medical records you would like to send us. You can also have other people join the conference from different places if anyone has questions or concerns.

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MTHFR Experts

Focused on helping individuals with MTHFR Mutations