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- Created on Friday, 21 August 2015
Almost half of the population has a defect in the MTHFR gene, and even more people have Methylation SNPs (Single Nucleotide Polymorphisms or genetic mutations). The MTHFR SNP is at a key position in the Methylation Cycle and if not working properly, it can affect the whole pathway - creating symptoms and disease.
While methylation cycle abnormalities can predispose us to disease, epigenetic factors can help guide our recommendations and protocols. This webinar will present the basis for understanding MTHFR, Methylation and Epigenetics and provide tips on diet and lifestyle practices to address these SNPs in this complex biochemical pathway as well as how and when to gently support detoxification.
The beginning of this webinar features Hawthorn's Food News You Can Use! segment with returning guest Mira Dessy of http://www.grainsandmore.com.
Coleen Walsh is a Master Nutrition Therapist, Functional Nutritionist and the owner of Harvesting Nutrition, LLC. She specializes in MTHFR & Methylation education and one on one client consultations incorporating genetics with nutrition and lifestyle practices. Coleen has been dubbed the “The Methyl Queen” by colleagues and is the winner of the 2014 NANP Impact Award for her research & training programs. She teaches and consults with MDs, NDs, L.Acs, DOs, Nutritionists and the general public. She offers online trainings for both the Practitioner and the general public “everyday mutant” on the basics of MTHFR and Methylation. Coleen is author of the forthcoming book, Thriving with MTHFR: A guide for the everyday mutant. Her passion is to educate and support others along their journey towards health with empathy and understanding.
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