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If you’ve wondered why folic acid is or is not as good as methylfolate, then you will be stunned at the evidence brought forth in this 80 minute video presentation by Dr Lynch, an expert on the MTHFR defect and becoming further knowledgeable on the vast subject of methylation. You will also get a first hand look at what methyl trapping is and how it is caused – along with how to prevent it. New findings about the MTHFR snp is also discussed in detail – along with how it is indirectly involved with the CBS enzyme. Immediately upon purchasing, you will receive a link to download. On this downloadable PDF, you will clearly see a link to watch the presentation. Feel free to share it with family, friends and your doctors. (Please do not post the link to the video on the web. Do respect the time and effort Dr Lynch put into this presentation). BONUS: Included is the entire presentation on PDF so you can review the slides on your own time if you like. You may also watch the presentation as often as you like – whenever you like. NOTE: Dr Lynch is constantly researching and his findings will be presented via articles, podcasts and videos – and – in conferences.

If you’ve wondered why folic acid is not nearly as good as methylfolate, then prepare to be stunned by the evidence brought forth in this 80 minute video presentation by Dr Lynch, an expert on the MTHFR defect and methylation.

“Excellent information Dr Lynch – thanks for making this available to all. I know how hard you worked to research, learn and prepare these materials to share. You truly are a beacon of light in the world of MTHFR.”Sacha Elliot
This video gave me a very thorough background review and understanding of MTHFR defects. If you want to know more about it or you have it, this video is a MUST SEE! My son has the 1298c mutation and some CBS mutations as well, so I would love a sequel that goes into that combination a bit more. Thanks Dr. Lynch for all your help. I look forward to learning more from you!Suzanne