Based on my limited understanding of my 23andme results, I have a heterozygous mutation for rs1801133. "Also known as C677T, Ala222Val, and A222V, it encodes a variant in the MTHFR gene, which encodes an enzyme involved in folate metabolism." I don't understand this, so I hope it means that Freddd's protocol (which I have started) will help.
I also have a rs1065852 mutation meaning decreased functioning (or non-functioning variant of) CYP2D6. I have a rs1135840 mutation which also is related to CYP2D6. For other reasons, I already knew I had some kind of cytochrome P450 issue. Since 23andme is not comprehensive, I could have additional problems to the CYP2D6.
And rs1799852. "Variants in TF and HFE explain approximately 40% of genetic variation in serum-transferrin levels."
And rs11572103 and 2 related ones.
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Blog entry posted by SickOfSickness, Jun 25, 2012.
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