Thanks p! I want to explore more into this and would love to hear from others in terms of what they’ve done to support their methylation issues and what has worked best/what hasn’t worked?
Dave there was a recent post on MTHFR a couple weeks ago. We had a lot more gene posts a few years ago when 23andme raised in popularity. As P stated there is a lot more to the picture, but those you are referring to get all the attention.
My 23andme raw data interpretation reported on 300-400 genes, 38 or so pages worth. That was $50 (Sterling app from MTHFR support) on top of 23/me raw data ($100, now $200).
To see the big picture with plenty of methalation charts with arrows, diagrams ect go to heartfixer.com
Its one huge biochemistry puzzle with "sub-loops" ect. I look at this all more in terms of mechanics; ex: bad auto mileage because tires had 10 psi vs a worn engine ect. Lots of overlaping issues in us just like cars.
I accidentally discovered a couple things from 23/and me that can be life-saving to know. Not kidding. 2 things that can kill me, which I know know what to look out for and it already helped an ER Dr since I knew what it was. Conventional testing of this particular non-lyme "gene issue" proved 23/me was right. That Dr thought is was pretty cool that I already new of this possibility happening. Now I'm well informed, if it happens again - I know ahead of time what they (ER) need to do.
Some people dont want to know their gene health issues and would rather just not know, and possibly get sick and or die early. I like to know and prevent if possible.