Methylation is critical for keeping your body and brain biochemistry in balance.
Common genetic variants (SNPs) can impact our natural ability to methylate and thus result in increased susceptibility to systemic imbalances and chronic health conditions including heart disease, depression, diabetes, chronic fatigue, autoimmune disease, poor foetal development and premature ageing.
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This report focuses on the key genes and variants (SNPs) involved in five interconnected cycles - folate, methionine, neurotransmitter (BH4), transsulphuration and urea.
personalised, colour coded genotype results
gene function and SNP impact descriptions
clinically relevant SNPs
nutrient and other epigenetic impacts
follow up functional testing options
nutrition and lifestyle recommendations
dynamic links to research evidence
Folate Cycle: DHFR, GCPII, MTHFD1, MTHFR, RFC1, SHMT1 and TYMS
Methionine Cycle: AHCY, BHMT, FUT2, MAT1A, MTR, MTRR, PEMT and TCN2
Neurotransmitter Cycle: COMT, MAOA, MAOB, PNMT, QDPR and VDR
Transsulphuration Cycle: CBS, CTH, GSS, MUT and SUOX
Urea Cycle: NOS and SOD