I’m not going to name names here, but there are a lot of dodgy operators out there.
Some of you may have noticed that you get conflicting results within the same genes after running your raw data through a variety of popular applications.
Because it depends on the weight each report gives to the severity of the mutation. And this in turn depends on the amount of research they put into the subject themselves. For this reason there are only a handful of reports I would consider worth the paper they are written on.
But we also have to address some of the issues around the emphasis on genetic testing.
So, if you are reading this, have you:
- Read about MTHFR and are interested in getting tested for mutations.
- Did the test, but no one has explained to you what it means and what you should do about it.
- Did the test, been recommended supplements, and got a really bad reaction.
- Did the test, been recommended supplements, and didn’t feel like they did anything for you.
- You still have the same symptoms you started with.