For Practitioners - MTHFR Gene Support

FOR Practitioners

Everyday we hear from practitioners that are delving into the minefield that is methylation for the first time and who quickly become overwhelmed. Methylation is a difficult topic to grasp. It’s not one that is taught at Universities and Colleges and so it's up to the individual to learn. This takes a lot of time, and time is something we are all short on. The Practitioner Resource Center is designed to be your one-stop-shop for methylation, genetics & MTHFR information. As a member of our community, you will have ongoing access to cutting-edge methylation resources, clinical diagnostic materials, & more. This program will give you the tools to identify which genes you should be looking for in your patients and strategies to help you work with even the most difficult patients. Join us now and start your path to becoming a methylation expert.

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