Homocysteine, cardiovascular disease and MTHFR

Homocysteine, cardiovascular disease and MTHFR

Research questions whether moderate increases in serum homocysteine cause cardiovascular disease and has been the subject of debate. In this study, researchers explore the relationship between homocysteine, the associated  risk of ischaemic heart disease, deep vein...
MTHFR current research and risks

MTHFR current research and risks

MTHFR current research and risks Impaired production of glutathione, which is the body’s most intracellular anti-oxidant, contributes to tissue injury in inflammatory bowel disease (IBD) (1) This cellular injury predisposes individuals to an increased risk of...

Pyrrole Disorder, Anxiety, Depression

Pyrrole disorder Sleeplessness, irritability, difficulty in handling stress, “pot belly”, unable to remember dreams, poor concentration are commonly seen in people with Pyrrole Disorder Pyrrole disorder is a genetic and therefore, some of these symptoms may be seen in...