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Genetics Based Medicine


Some people call Dr. Nancy Mullan the MTHFR genetic medicine expert.


Dr. Mullan works with people who have the MTHFR mutation and the chronic health issues it can cause.  She uses diet and genetics based nutritional supplementation to help you increase energy, feel strong and vital, and to reconnect with love and joy.

Dr. Mullan has a passion for precision and getting it right. She says, “Pharmaceutical symptom removal is not a solution, although it can be useful. The underlying cause of the problem needs to be addressed.” She further states, “Chronically ill people are desperate for symptom resolution. Your lives are devastated by disease processes, some of which are life threatening. I want to offer you something better than mainstream solutions.”

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Induce your body to function again.

  • Feel strong and vital

  • Think clearly and creatively

  • Get reconnected to joy

  • Think of your future with pleasure

Dr. Mullan works to enhance methylation, a pivotal process. Methylation takes its place in your body among processes like cellular respiration and energy production. You must have methylation working well to be healthy.

Methylation is the attachment of a methyl group to a second molecule. This can totally change the character and action of the second molecule. With very good reason, the hottest topic in genetics based nutritional therapy is the MTHFR enzyme. Its activity is an absolute necessity for methyl group production, and hence attachment. Most clinicians test only the MTHFR gene for methyl group production. Dr Mullan, following Dr Amy Yasko, checks 30 genes, including MTHFR. MTHFR function and methyl group formation is your pivot between sickness and health. 

Have you thought lately, I’ve had it with being sick?

Are you tired of thinking about chronic illness?

Do you want more pleasant things to do with your time?

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The Methyl Group: 

What It Can Do for You; Plus 3 Mistakes Not to Make with MTHFR+


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