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What does the Livewello Gene App do?

  2 years, 4 months ago

The Raw Data you receive from 23andMe can be translated by Livewello for a 1-time fee of $19:95. LiveWello is unique because it gives users much more than just a 900 SNP Gene report: LiveWello will give you your report for 600,000 SNPs, AND attaches 11 resources for learning to each Gene.

Updates are FREE for Livewello users: Free updates are crucial as it allows users get their results for new SNPs when 23andMe adds new SNPS to your raw data during their Chip updates. It is also crucial for when new research is added to information about ... ..more

SENSITIVITY TO METHYL DONORS By Carol Savage

Those who are very sensitive to methyl donors have to supplement with low dosages of different kinds of B12 and folate. Rotating them is likely the best approach.

They need to give their body TIME of accept the supplements, TIME to allow the biochemistry to adjust before adding in more...sometimes even skipping days when no supplements are taken.

A gentle approach is the best way to proceed if you are sensitive to methyl donors.
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#Methyl Donors #MTHFR ..more

MTHFR and L-METHYL FOLATE… Some Basic Information By Carol Savage M.D.

If you have the MTHFR Gene Mutations C677T and or A1298C and are already taking some L-Methyl Folate [5-MTHF] and Vitamin B12 you might also consider the following:

FOOD Eat plenty of Green Vegetables and beans to get some Dihydrofolate [DHF] and Vitamin B2 [Riboflavin] and many other naturally occurring minerals and vitamins that the body needs etc.

DIHYDROFOLATE [DHF] Dihydrofolate is needed to provide the earlier FOLATE PATHWAYS [the reactions that occur prior to the MTHFR enzyme] with the kinds of folates that they need in order ... ..more

From Dr Carol Savage
MY GUESS:
Dr. Yasko may include the Folic ACID in some of her supplements...because there are perhaps individuals who never eat greens or beans, and whose gut is so messed up that they cannot digest greens or beans, and who avoid and never eat the processed foods that are already stuffed with Folic ACID.

The enzyme DiHydroFolate Reductase [DHFR] that converts DiHydroFolate [DHF] into THF can also convert Folic ACID into DHF.

If a person has a faulty "Folate Pathway" and is at risk for NOT making adequate DNA base pairs and they also have ... ..more

A health village is a group of people involved in your health and wellbeing. They can be family members, friends, teachers, mentors, neighbors and of course your healthcare practitioners. Once you identify them, consider creating a health village by getting a free livewello health acc at:
https://Livewello.com 
Then, add each of these people as your health village members. . With your permission, anyone who is your health village member can add/edit supplements, medications etc. This is helpful if for example, your Dr is a member of your health village.

Make sure you add other important information about your ... ..more

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What can be done to increase Calcium ?

  3 years, 6 months ago

Lab Tests indicating a need to increase #Calcium:
#Calcium below the range of low end normal on a urine essential test
Calcium below the range of low end normal on a RBC element test
High level excretion of #lead should check urine calcium levels

Supplements to increase Calcium:
Bone Support Formula RNA
MitoForce Compounded Supplement
CoEnzyme Q10 Fatigue & Muscle Support Spray
GSH Capsules
Nettle
#Chamomile
#Chervil
Cal/Mag/VitD/VitK -Calcium & Magnesium Citrates
Don Quai - Max V
Black Cohosh
#Prevagen 5mg or less
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What is Nutrigenomics ?

  3 years, 6 months ago

Nutrigenomics is the study of how food and supplements, and the nutrients therein, may impact our health and well-being. Biomolecular Nutrigenomics is the medical application of this science and is founded upon our personal health issues, unique genetic blueprint and prior risks and exposures. In essence, it is the ultimate personalized treatment program.

Since there are numerous ways in which the food we eat or the supplements we take may prove harmful, this makes it crucial to study these food-gene interactions more extensively. Most realize that consuming highly refined, processed foods contributes to obesity. Yet what about the seemingly inconsequential ... ..more

Lab Tests indicating a need to address Bacterial Imbalances:
History of chronic #ear infections
Maternal history of #Streptococcal infection
History of bacterial #pneumonia
Streptococcus, E coli on #CSA / #GI Profile
Other #bacterial #pathogens on CSA/GI Profile
Elevated kynurenic on #OAT / #Metabolic Test, CONFIRM with CSA/GI Profile
Elevated quinolinic on OAT/Metabolic Test, CONFIRM with CSA/GI Profile
Low gut #pH or high gut pH
High suberic on a #MAP or #OAT
High DHPPA on a MAP or OAT

#Supplements to balance / repopulate GI tract/ decrease E.coli and Strep:
Bowel Support Formula RNA
Special digestive enzymes
VDR Fok ... ..more

5 “Healthy” Foods That Aren’t
January 15, 2014 by Erin Ter Beest

In a world of competing health claims, it’s hard to know what foods are really nourishing and health-promoting. Sometimes it’s even hard to tell whether or not something is really food or just a “food-like substance!” While the occasional #junk food isn’t going to kill you (and stressing out about completely avoiding it might actually do more damage than the occasional junk food itself), there are many “health” foods that have made their way into our diets regularly that are doing serious damage to ... ..more

1. Start eating 'clean'. Organic, non-GMO home made meals should become a priority. Eliminating #gluten and dairy to relieve your body from the burden of processing them should also begin.

2. Avoid taking any extra Folic Acid. There is already a lot of it in the nation's food supply, as it is added to [fortified] to many processed foods. If a person has the #MTHFR mutations then #L-Methyl Folate is the better choice. Choose this #supplement carefully.
Folic Acid will get turned into #Dihydrofolate and will be all gone, except for any more you may eat due to ... ..more


It’s important to determine which treatments are temporary and only required for initial support and healing vs. those which are essential for life long health and well-being. Many of these will correlate with complete blocks, or full typos in your genetic code while some may be vital supports for partial blocks that lead to substantial illness or disability. Most will require anywhere from 10-15 nutrients for maintenance. Still, some will be indispensable, others will no longer be vital, and many others will only be needed as issues arise.

B). Nerve Repair: Depending on your health problems, this is the ... ..more

Lab Tests indicating a need to decrease #Calcium :
Elevated calcium relative to magnesium on a urine essential element test
Elevated calcium relative to magnesium on a red blood cell element test
Stims

#Supplements to help address high Calcium:
MitoForce Compounded Supplement
CoEnzyme Q10 Fatigue & Muscle Support Spray
GSH Capsules
Magnesium
Chamomile
Boswellia -Ayur Boswellia Serrata
Vinpocetine
Zinc
Paradex
Don Quai - Max V
Air Power
Black Cohosh
Prevagen 5mg or less ..more

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What is the Urea Cycle ?

  3 years, 6 months ago

The Urea Cycle filters & processes toxic waste. Makes nitric oxide to limit free radical injury & maintains open & clean blood vessels to protect the heart & brain.
#NitricOxide #UreaCycle #Methylation ..more

Folic ACID will get turned into Dihydrofolate and will be all gone... except for any more you may eat due to eating many fortified cereals and bread products.

A little Folic ACID will not be a problem. The problems occur when the amount of Folic ACID outweighs the availability of L-Methyl Folate regarding the BRAIN since Folic ACID blocks up the #L-Methyl Folate [ #5-MTHF ] #Folate Receptor Alpha receptors and prevents the real thing [5-MTHF] from getting into the brain.

The rest of the body doesn't suffer from too much #Folic ACID....only the brain.
Folic ACID is synthetic ... ..more

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What does Methylation do?

  3 years, 6 months ago

The Major Tasks of Methylation
In order to provide a brief overview, the following methylation tasks have been vastly streamlined. In reality, there is an endless array of both direct and indirect Methylation activities within the human body. Even so, this summary should provide greater understanding of this highly complex pathway, as well as the complications that can arise from various defects or toxic exposures.

Methylation is responsible for the following:
1. Nervous system function (brain, spinal cord, & nerve cells). It’s critical for the insulation around nerves (myelin), which allows signals to properly transmit via this sheath, or outer ... ..more