DNA TEST - METHYLATION REPORT
$426.00 $452.00
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DNA TEST - METHYLATION REPORT

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What is a methylation test for?

The Methylation Panel can uncover needs for nutritional support such as amino acids, vitamins, and minerals. Knowing this can help guide dietary and nutraceutical treatment plans. Additionally, knowing genetic predispositions can help focus supplementation to override potential methylation defects.

How do I take the test?

An at home test kit will be delivered to yuour door within 3 working days. Following the simple instructions you will carry out a cheek swab using the kit provided to give your sample. The test is then sent off to the lab in the pre paid envelope and you will receive your results in 3 weeks time.

Is a methylation test worth it?

Methylation tests can offer valuable insights to people with: Cardiovascular disease. Psychiatric and mood disorders including depression, anxiety, schizophrenia, bipolar disorder, and autism. Impaired detox whether due to toxin exposure, hormone therapy, or alcohol consumption.

What will a genetic methylation test tell me?

The Methylation Panel can uncover needs for nutritional support such as amino acids, vitamins, and minerals. Knowing this can help guide dietary and nutraceutical treatment plans. Additionally, knowing genetic predispositions can help focus supplementation to override potential methylation defects.

How much does a methylation test cost

The methylation test with us costs £330This includes a full report and follow up call to discuss your report and corrective actions to take to support your methylation cycle.

How do you know if you have poor methylation?

Let's take a look at some of those common symptoms: Fatigue, insomnia, and depression. Addictions, obsessive-compulsive disorders, and delusions. Allergies, headaches, and digestive concerns.

Can poor methylation cause anxiety?

The hallmark of undermethylation is low levels of calcium, magnesium, vitamin B6 and methionine as well as very high levels of folic acid. Common symptoms of the condition can include: Depression, Anxiety and related mental health conditions.

What are the symptoms of MTHFR?

Conditions that have been proposed to be associated with MTHFR include:· cardiovascular and thromboembolic diseases (specifically blood clots, stroke, embolism, and heart attacks)· depression.· anxiety.· bipolar disorder.· schizophrenia.· colon cancer.· acute leukemia.· chronic pain and fatigue.

Does folic acid make MTHFR worse?

You might have read or heard that folic acid is not safe if you have one or two copies of the MTHFR C677T variant. This is not true. Even if you have one or two copies of the MTHFR C677T variant, your body can safely and effectively process all different types of folate, including folic acid.

What autoimmune diseases are linked to MTHFR?

The MTHFR mutation will also cause issues with detoxing properly, as well as issues with hormone balance and immune system function. It has been associated with autoimmune conditions such as fibromyalgia, Hashimoto's, and lupus.

What foods should you avoid with MTHFR?

Avoid inflammatory foods including gluten, conventional dairy, sugar, processed foods, food additives, and any foods you are sensitive to. Manage stress.

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Discover the inner workings of your methylation cycle with a comprehensive report, accompanied by a consultation to analyze your results and provide expert recommendations for optimizing your cycle.

 

Methylation, also referred to as one carbon metabolism, is a process by which methyl groups are added to molecules. It is involved in almost every biochemical reaction in the body, occurring billions of times every second in our cells and contributing to numerous essential bodily functions, including: detoxification, immune function, DNA integrity, regulation of gene expression, energy production, neurotransmitter balance, inflammation control and telomere protection.

Environmental factors such as diet, chemical or drug exposure and stress are known to play a role in supporting or hampering methylation. Important dietary co-factors include B vitamins - B2, B3, B6, B9, B12, methionine, betaine (TMG), choline and S-adenosylmethionine (SAMe).

Insufficiency or deficiency of any of these co-factors may also hinder methylation. Impaired methylation may contribute to major chronic conditions such as fertility issues, fatigue, cardiovascular disorders, neurodegeneration, allergies, anxiety and cancer.

The role of genes in Methylation The purpose of analysing genetic variants (or single nucleotide polymorphisms (SNPs)) in the context of the methylation pathways is to understand the likely effect, such as up or down regulation and subsequent impact on gene function, in order to provide guidance on how to support or bypass weaknesses or bottlenecks.

Although an individual's genetic code cannot be changed, the rate and manner of gene expression, protein synthesis, and function can be supported. This report provides a personalised genotype analysis organised by the following methylation sub-cycles: • The Folate Cycle • The Methionine Cycle • The Transsulphuration Pathway • The BH4 Cycle / Neurotransmitter Metabolism • The Urea Cycle

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