The #MTHFR mutations can affect the proper function of the immune system, and allergies are a result of immune system dysfunction.
There are many ways that the Methyltetrahydrofolate Reductase [MTHFR] enzyme can weaken the immune system, but I do know that if we do not have enough #SAMe then we cannot deactivate Histamine via the #Histamine N-MethylTransferase [ #HNMT ] enzyme.
If Histamine cannot be inactivated then the symptoms of excess HISTAMINE will be perpetuated.
You can find your Histamine Gene status on your #23andMe Gene Test
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