Dr. James, et. al., has found that folate trapping may occur when the MTR/MTRR is inefficient and/or there is a CBS up regulation. Since folate cannot be utilized properly under such conditions, it is not pulled through the cycle, as it should, which leads to a substantial build up. Therefore, high folate or B-12 levels may indicate a functional deficiency in that you may have enough of these critical nutrients, yet you cannot utilize them appropriately.
Can anyone compare the test results from the 23andme to the Nutrigenomic testing? I realize in asking this that the Nutrigenomic testing provides the nutritional components and extra info, but as far as the actual gene results - would it provide the same necessary information? 0 views
Is it possible for people to be low in L-Methyl Folate [5-MTHF] even if they do NOT have single nucleotide polymorphisms affecting the MTHFR enzyme? 2 views
Which SNPs are responsible for anxiety, brain fog and inability to focus? What can I do to relieve it? 5 views