Posts Tagged ‘MTHFR’

The Super Seven Genes: Are Yours Dirty or Clean?

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Many people blame genetics for their health struggles. But the truth is, we actually have a say in things. Even if you were born with “dirty genes,” you have the power to clean them up. Having a genetic mutation or variation doesn’t doom you to a life of illness. In fact, you can use the power of epigenetics to turn ‘off’ problematic genes and turn ‘on’ beneficial ones.

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How to Clean Your Genes with the Soak & Scrub

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You have dirty genes. We all do. But what many don’t realize is that you can clean your genes. You can support the way that your body expresses its genes to promote optimal function. Meaning, you can help turn off problematic genes, while turning on the health-promoting genes in your body.

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DGP: Overcoming Recurrent Miscarriage with Nutritionist Kinsey Jackson [Episode 15]

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Welcome to this week’s Dirty Genes Podcast. Today I’m interviewing our Editor in Chief at Seeking Health, Kinsey Jackson, MS, CNS. She shares her personal story of recurrent miscarriage and the steps she took to finally bring her rainbow baby into the world.

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10 Side Effects of Folic Acid

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The side effects of consuming folic acid are not well known.

Lab research shows us the many negative effects folic acid has on enzymes. We are now beginning to realize the repercussions it can have for human consumption as well. Ironically, consuming folic acid might lead to an actual folate deficiency!

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Dirty Genes & Fertility: Can “Cleaning” Your Genes Help You Conceive?

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Fertility rates in the U.S. are on a steep decline. While there are many factors at play, the fact that more women are becoming mothers at an older age may play a role. The average age of first-time motherhood across the world is now 31. (1)

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