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Amy + MTHFR Coaching

I’m so glad you’re here.

Choosing a partner for your health journey is a big step and it’s important to make sure it’s a good fit. Please schedule a free 15 minute consult so we can talk through your details, your needs, and answer any questions you have. I want to help you take the simplest steps that will have the biggest impact on your health and wellbeing in real life. Let’s take small steps together that can help you to feel better. Keep reading for more information about the first visit, prices, and frequently asked questions.

The goal is to take steps today that will help you get the energy you need, boost your wellbeing, prevent long-term health consequences, and give you control over how you feel.

*All Visits Scheduled In Eastern Standard Time*

I have a compound heterozygous MTHFR mutation, and working on methylation changed my life. I want to help you change yours, too.

– Amy Neuzil,

FAQs About One-on-One Health Coaching for MTHFR

What Can I Expect The First Visit?

In the first visit I want to learn absolutely everything I can about you. We’ll talk it all out, including your health history, lifestyle, self-care, and emotional well-being. We’ll also talk about your biggest life stressors, your resources, and your real life, because telling you to eat kale three times a day would probably help your health, but who could (or would?) possibly do it? It is important to me to find steps forward that are workable for you – that work in your real life (not the fantasy if-I-was-doing-everything-right life) and that will make your self care better, not just harder. This visit usually lasts one-and-a-half hours for adults and an hour for kiddos under 10.

After the first visit, it is ideal to follow up every 4-6 weeks until we are sure you are moving in the right direction (expect 1-2 regular visits in most cases, more if we’re facing some challenges) and then we can follow up as needed.

How Should I Prepare For My First Visit?

  • When we schedule your first visit you will get an email appointment confirmation from the electronic health records software that I use, which is charm tracker or charm health. Attached to this email will be a new client intake form and a consent form.
  • Fill out the two forms before our first meeting.
  • Upload any recent/relevant lab work, and be sure you change the settings so that it is shared with me (for whatever reason this isn’t automatic).
  • If your health history is complex, consider writing a timeline that we can use to organize that first visit.
  • If you take a lot of medications or supplements, upload a list of those to the portal or email it to me: amy @

How Will We Meet?

Phone, Skype, or Zoom. Whichever you prefer.

What Does It Cost?

Adult New Client – 1.5 hours – $350
Child New Client – 1 hour – $250
Typical follow-up – 30 minutes – $125
Extended follow-up – 45 minutes – $190
Long follow-up –  1 hour – $250
Phone or Email Questions or Check-Ins:
General questions: Free within reasonable use. This is part of our relationship and I will only bill if emails are frequent or complicated.
Complicated emails (requiring research): billed based on time.

What is the Goal?

The goal is always to help you feel better with the fewest, simplest changes. I want you to understand the steps we take and why we’re taking them and to give you practical solutions that work in real life (not just if you can follow a 40-step program). Above all, I want you to understand yourself and to be able to make good health decisions moving forward with or without me. I will always be in your corner, but your health is yours alone and I want to give you all the tools to take care of it well.

Do I Need Fancy Lab Work or Genetic Testing?

No – none of this is necessary. With MTHFR and related mutations, often we can assume that there is either a gene SNP or that the gene is not functioning properly without the testing. Generally, it is helpful to have regular lab work from your primary care physician (tests like complete blood count, metabolic panel, TSH for thyroid function, homocysteine if you can get it), but specialized labs aren’t necessary and if there is an issue that may need further lab work, Dr. Amy will send you back to your primary care for that. In terms of genetic testing, sometimes if we hit a wall or can’t find the answer to a problem then it’s a good idea to dive into your gene SNPs and see if we can find some answers, but often your symptoms tell us everything we need to know.

If I do Get Genetic Testing, What Do You Recommend?

There are an incredible variety of genetic tests out there, but my favorite way to test is by using a common gene test from or These websites will not necessarily give you the answers you’re looking for by themselves, but you can download a raw data file and then use other services to deep dive into specific issues. For MTHFR and methylation, I really love the methylation panel from, and that same data can be used for so many other great tests as well, like the Strategene test, or gene reports from genetic life hacks. These common genetic tests give you the raw data you need for a wealth of future testing if necessary.

If you’re not ready for coaching, but want to get started, join Genetic Rockstars, or empower yourself with an MTHFR course.

  1. Join Genetic Rockstars – it’s an amazing community and I’m there to answer questions. It can be a great first step if you aren’t sure you want to commit to coaching.
  2. Take an MTHFR course – understanding MTHFR and taking charge of your health for yourself and your family is one of the most powerful things you can do. Take this simple step today and learn on your own time.
  3. Get one-on-one coaching – this is a great option if you really hit a wall and can’t figure out where to go from here. Schedule your free 15 minute meet and greet appointment today.
  4. Listen to the To Health With That! Podcast – if you really want to start at the very beginning and learn something about who you are as a person and how to maximize your health, the To Health With That! podcast is for you. We take big health topics, like MTHFR, and break them into small, bite sized, information rich pieces. The goal is to help you understand your body and empower you to make positive change.
Get health coaching for MTHFR from Dr. Amy Neuzil, health coach, MTHFR mutant, podcast host, and goofball.
Amy Neuzil, ND. Host of the To Health With That! podcast and, quite honestly, a total goofball.

About Amy

I’m also a mom, a wife, and an overmethylator who writes novels and makes my own soap. I’m nerdy like that. I posted a video about my own journey with MTHFR below.

I have been helping people with their health since 2003. I had an integrated wellness center in Austin, TX, taught at both the masters and doctoral levels, and co-hosted a number of radio shows. Right now I’m thrilled to host the To Health With That! podcast and an amazing community called Genetic Rockstars designed to help MTHFR folks to connect, share stories, and become better.

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