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MTHFR and the Stress Gut Connection Part II

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Published on Jul 9, 2014

If you want to know about how stress is impacting someone's life, just ask them how their digestion is working. Chances are that if they have a problem handling stress then they will have problem with their digestion (or their brain). High stress triggers the release of high levels of catecholamines directly into the bloodstream and the gut. Genetic polymorphisms in the ACE, COMT, GAD, MAO, MTHFR and other genes increase the effects of stress. Polymorphisms in the SIgA genes increase leaky gut symptoms. Combine the two and all sorts of stress-gut problems are possible. If you would like help with your methylation genetics to improve your digestion and reduce the effects of stress, please contact Dr. Rostenberg at Red Mountain Natural Medicine today. Phone 208-322-7755. Email redmountainclinic@gmail.com. Website www.redmountainclinic.com

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