Commonly available MTHFR genetic testing
currently covers two polymorphisms that affect the function of the enzyme.
GenEd adds an important third polymorphism that also tells how much of the
enzyme is made.
MTHFR has been linked with mental health,
fetal development, cardiac health and cancer
Understanding addiction as the abuse of drugs has not helped us end the problem. If anything, after a century of using that definition, we have a worse problem than we did 100 years ago. But science is changing, and addiction is now seen as a primary illness that comes before the drugs. The neurobiology is known and there are many genetic predictors of important functions. GenEd’s Addiction Education Report with serve as a way for anyone interested to learn how addiction really works in the brain.
Understand the genetic underpinnings of addiction regardless of reward used.
Understand addiction and its types. There is no limit to recovery if we know what to look for.
See how we can be more effective in our personal lives and social policy once we know the biology of addiction.
If you've already bought the MTHFR panel and would like us to retest your specimen for the full Addiction Education Panel, this is the product for you. Save $10 over resampling.