4 Quick Ways To Test For MTHFR Gene mutation (and why you should do it now)

While popular DNA tests may unlock your ancestry and tell you what percent Neanderthal genes are present in your DNA (Whoop dee doo), many of us are looking for real world applications of identifiable genetic mutations   There is in fact one gene in particular, the mother freaking gene(MTHFR) that has been linked to blood clotting disorders, neural tube defects (such as spina bifida), Alzheimer 's disease, colon cancer, leukemia, schizophrenia, depression and an increased risk of miscarriages. Learn how to test your MTHFR gene now.