Hello, I’m delighted to welcome you to the To Health With That! podcast where we’ll break one BIG health topic, like hypertension, type II diabetes, or this season’t choice – MTHFR mutation, into small bite-sized pieces of ten minutes or less. I’m your host, Naturopathic Doctor Amy Neuzil.
Most B vitamins are great with MTHFR. No big issues and they generally make us feel better. There is one, however, that is a bit tricky and that is vitamin B12. In this episode we’ll talk about:
- Which form of B12 is most likely to cause symptoms
- Why being bonded to cyanide isn’t actually a huge deal
- The form of B12 that is showing the most promise for people with chronic fatigue syndrome (or ME/CFS as they’re calling it now).
- Which form of vitamin B12 is almost like a sustained release.
If you’re looking for the show notes, you can find them here. If you’re looking for the MTHFR community, Genetic Rockstars, it’s here, and if you’re looking for my brand spanking new Patreon page, that one is found here at patreon.com/thwt. Thanks for listening!
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In Season One, we’ll focus on the MTHFR mutation– a topic that is near and dear to my heart. But you, dear listeners, will choose the topics for Season Two and beyond. If you know you have questions about the MTHFR mutation and want me to answer them in the podcast and also play your lovely voices on the air, then go here and click the +MESSAGE button under the logo. Or, you can email me at thwtpodcast at gmail.com (I’m writing it like that so that I don’t get approximately one million spam emails every 24 hours.) The first episode will air on June 21, just in time for father’s day. Not that it’s so father’s day relevant.
P.S.A. On Coronavirus from my 4-year-old daughter, Sabrina.
It’s Sabrina here. I’m Sabrina. I’m talking for the Coronavarirus, but I’m not sure if you can go out. It’s not safe to go out without a mask because if you make one that’s okay and if you buy one that’s okay. But, if you don’t have one and you can’t buy one and you can’t make one, that’s not good–you can’t go to the store. Bye! I’m Sabrina.