MTHFR (METHYLATION) PANEL
WHAT DO WE DO
MTHFR (methylene tetrahydrofolate reductase) is an enzyme and is coded by the MTHFR gene. A normal gene codes for a “healthy” enzyme that plays a vital role in converting folic acid into folate. Folate is the form of vitamin B9 that is usable by the body. It also plays a role in the conversion of homocysteine into methionine and this entire process is called as Methylation.
We care about our clients, who once upon a time had several health related issues, but after taking genetic tests from Genetic Healing they observe tremendous improvements. They always want to share their experiences so can knowledge others and help us improve. If you are one among them who got results and having some suggestions kindly write us at email@example.com
Doctors are believed to be life saver, thats what they do. Nutrigenomics is an emerging science and before starting any tests we took their opinion about Genetics and Nutrigenomics, as we believe any thing should be done only if we need it and same is applicable for ‘A Genetic test’. Doctors believe that genetics is the root cause of most of health issues we have. So here are some of their opinion. If you are a Doctor and have an opinion about Nutrigenomics kindly write us at firstname.lastname@example.org
We should always know about the people we are going to get the service from and here we have a known panel of experts on our board, they have been working in the field of Nutrigenomics and medicine for several years. Few of them are considered as pioneer of their fields. To know more about them kindly click here.
HOW DOES IT WORK
Genetic test is done by using saliva sample. All we need is you address where we ship the sample collection kit. You need to give your saliva which is taken back to our lab and processed. After the process completed we provide you with a detailed report that explains your diet charts and lifestyle modifications. Which is followed by counsellings by our experts
Genetic mutations in an enzyme related to amino acid metabolism called MTHFR and coagulation protein Factor V appear to have significant association with blood clots and tissue injury to the placenta and developing baby, researchers from the University of Pittsburgh’s department of obstetrics, gynecology and reproductive sciences report. “This indicates a possible genetic predisposition to a condition of real clinical consequence in terms of intrauterine growth restriction, preeclampsia and spontaneous preterm birth,” the researchers said.