MTHFR!

Yeah, you heard me, but no, that’s not a curse word.

 Terry Wahls cures herself of MS with nutrition.  Helps her own mitochondria, using Paleo diet and

  • 3 cups of green leaves (vitamin ABCEK and minerals),
  • 3 cups of sulfur rich vegetables (cabbage, broccoli, cauliflower, turnips, radishes, onions, garlic, leeks, chives, shallots , asparagus) ,
  • 3 cups of color (beets, carrots, peppers, berries, peaches, oranges)
  • grassfed meat (Omega-3), organ meat (liver, kidney, heart, tongue) and
  • seaweed (iodine, selenium).

What is the connection between mitochondria and MTHFR?

The above video states that , there are environmental factors (pollution, chemicals, GMO) that are assaulting the human body.  The autism community is the canary in the coal mine, and it will effect everyone eventually.  Environmental Factors and Limbic vulnerability in autism,  claims that environmental assaults through the mother or early childhood contribute to the rise in Autistic Spectrum Disorder (ASD), specifically metabolic and mitochondrial disorders.    Jon S. Poling, a neuro doc’s daughter got encephalitic as a result of the vaccines, and therefore doesn’t want to call it autism, but vaccines damaging an underlying mitochondrial condition. So we are seeing that many problems appear to be mitochondrial problems, and these appear to assaulted by environmental factors.

Some people posit an association between the timing of the MMR jab and subsequent treatment with Acetominophen/Tylenol. That combination may impact the liver. Have you noticed that pediatricians rarely recommend children’s Tylenol, and use children’s ibuprofen instead?  And of course now there is a recall on Tylenol combined with hydrocodone because there may be too much acetaminophen in it.  These greater assaults, combined with an impacted liver require more detoxification from our body, yet with the MTHFR mutations (two in particular), we are unable to detoxify as needed.  Luckily MTHFR deficiency can be bypassed through nutrition.

So we have to clean up our act here!

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