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    Default Inflamation and MTHFR Genetic Deficiency

    THIS IS A NEWSLETTER FROM A COMPANY THAT INCLUDES THEIR PRODUCTS, BUT I THOUGHT THE INFORMATION WAS VERY GOOD. I CAN'T TAKE COMBINATION PRODUCTS, SO I LOOK AT THE INFORMATION ON THE LABELS THEY RECOMEND AND TAKE THEM IN SINGLE FORM.


    TriVita's Weekly Wellness Report

    Brazos Minshew, TriVita's Chief Science Officer
    Inflammation Hot Spots
    February 13, 2010 -

    The process of inflammation starts with injury, toxicity, deficiency or emotional distress. One particular deficiency that causes inflammation is a genetic deficiency called MTHFR. This deficiency is relatively common – perhaps the most common genetic deficiency in North America. It is related to the way we manufacture proteins. A sign that we have MTHFR deficiency is elevated homocysteine.

    MTHFR deficiency creates pools of homocysteine that ignite inflammation like bonfires in specific tissues of your body. The strategies for reducing this inflammation depend greatly on where the bonfire starts. And, like many forest fires, inflammation often features multiple fronts that require different strategies for quelling its flames.

    Read more: www.trivita.com
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