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Why Methylation Matters and how You can Improve it.

Why Methylation Matters and how You can Improve it.

Dr. Tim Jackson is a doctor of Physical Therapy. He also studied nutritional biochemistry, digestive health and its systemic effects, as well as functional endocrinology. He helps people with all sorts of disorders over at He also does online consults through his Heal Your Body Program.
In this episode we talked about:
What MTHFR means: (It's not your first thought. I know what you were thinking.) It stands for Methylenetetrahydrofolate reductase. (Say that three times fast.)
It basically means that if you have it, you lack the ability to activate folic acid into methyl-folate. Then you don't have the useable form of folate and you have too much folic acid sitting around.
That's when disorders start popping up. Miscarriages have been associated with MTHFR.
Best place to get tested: You will just get the raw data, no interpretations. Get interpretations at or
Heterozygous means you have one copy Homozygous means you have two