www.mthfr.net - Dr. Ben Lynch is a leading expert on MTHFR. His site is very informative and is easy to understand. Offers general advice, has forums, info about testing, and is an all around great resource for MTHFR.
www.mthfrsupport.com - Their "helpful links" page has a lot of good info.
www.heartfixer.com/AMRI-Nutrigenomics.htm - Very good resource for specific SNPs.
www.dramyyasko.com - Dr. Amy Yasko's website. Specilizes in methylation.
www.methyl-life.com - supplements
www.swansonvitamins.com - This is the company I get most of my supplements from (The rest I get from my doctor). They have very good prices, reasonable shipping, and an automatic monthly ordering option. Very convenient.
Pubmed - for MTHFR 1298
Surviving MTHFR - April Butchee's Blogspot.
She also is homozygous for A1298C. She has a lot of info about pregnancy and is associated with MTHFR Support.
Yasko Methylation on snpedia - great information on each SNP.
Livewello HealthVillage -
HeartFixer - great info on specific SNPs and methylation
Dr Neil Rawlins - MTHFR This is a great intro to MTHFR genetic mutations.
Dr. Benjamin Lynch: Methylation and MTHFR Defects - more in depth information
The dangers of folic acid and the dif between that and folate - not sure who this guy is, but it's a great informative video.
MTHFR and Fibromyalgia - Not sure who this Dr Smith is, but this is a nice video, easy to understand. Talks about MTHFR in general, testing and treatment as well.
MTHFR / GENETIC VOCABULARY:
ANOMALY - deviation from the norm
A1298C linked to blood clots, not just C677T - a facebook page from mthfr support with an article.
The Importance of BH4 in the MTHFR A1298C Gene Mutation - by Sterling Hill (677/1298). She knows so much about this. She started MTHFR Support.
MTHFR A1298C Polymorphism - by Helen Janneson Bense, taken from Surviving MTHFR's blog. This article is very informative.
Mental Illness Or Methylation Mutation? -
QUOTES FROM DR BEN LYNCH RELATED TO A1298C: MORE TO COME!
"Those carrying the A1298C are more likely to present with neurological and motor dysfunction. The reasons are complex and have to do with toxic metabolites and the reduced capacity to eliminate/detoxify." http://mthfr.net/mthfr-screening/2011/09/29/
"For those with mental dysfunction and having A1298C – the Neopterin/Biopterin along with the Amino Acid 40 are essential."
(He was talking about testing / tests)
"Also – in A1298C – these individuals do not make dopamine very well – or serotonin – which leads to Parkison’s like symptoms. In fact, all the neurotransmitters supported by the BH4 pathway are deficient in those with Parkinson’s.
I do not view Parkinson’s as a disease at all – rather a dysfunction. There is commonly increased toxicity combined with decreased neurotransmitter production. This is a bad combination but may improve with the right protocols.
I firmly believe one can be homozygous A1298C and never develop any chronic illness. It is a matter of dealing with the defect properly via lifestyle, dietary and nutrients."
HERE IS DR BEN'S GENERAL PAGE ON MTHFR A1298C
MTHFR Mutation: A Missing Piece in the Chronic Disease Puzzle
Article about Cherry Angiomas (little cherry colored mole looking things)