Nutrigenetics - Page 6

CYP1B1 Gene Estrogen Breast Cancer Risk
November 22, 2016

The CYP1B1 Gene, Estrogen Metabolism, and Cancer Risk

Perhaps you just did some genetic testing and noticed a “mutation” in your CYP1B1 gene. What does this mean? Does it increase your risk for breast cancer? How should changes… Read More

Probiotics that kill Candida
November 14, 2016

The SOD2 A16V Gene – Understanding Mutations, Health Risks, and Nutrition

Superoxide dismutase (SOD2) is an enzyme that rids the body of superoxide, a harmful free radical thought to cause oxidative stress. SOD2 processes “bad” superoxide into “better” hydrogen peroxide and… Read More

November 11, 2016

Do I have an MTHFR mutation? Here’s how to find out

Of all the genes in the world of nutrigenomics, MTHFR is probably the best known. And with a whole range of diseases being blamed on MTHFR “mutations,” people are anxious… Read More

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