MTHFR Conditions & Hydrochloric Acid Supplementation

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There is a laundry list of medical conditions that doctors my age never had a class on in medical school. Conditions such as autism, chronic fatigue syndrome, fibromyalgia, caroli syndrome and PANDAs just didn’t exist. That’s only been since the 1980’s. The human genome could not possibly have changed that fast. Sooooo, why MTHFR all of a sudden 😳.

I went to be assistant medical director at the Tahoma Clinic with Jonathan Wright, M. D. back in 2006. Dr. Wright is one of the most brilliant minds in medicine. He introduced bio identical hormone replacement therapy to the U. S. and is the mentor who taught me about hydrochloric acid. He started mentoring me back in 1993 after I attended one of his lectures. He invited me to join him after my mother died. He could tell I was in a state of depression.

The Tahoma Clinic offers what’s called “Environmental Medicine”. This specialty deals with allergies. I was blown away by the large number of children that had food allergies to fill a page. Something I never was exposed to in medical school. The thing my brain is exceptionally good at is asking “Why?” and coming up with an answer. Once Dr. Wright educated me about the functions of hydrochloric acid, I matrixed that information with what William Crook, M. D. (The Yeast Connection and the Woman) had taught me about Candida overgrowth. Many of the symptoms the children had in addition to food allergies were symptoms of Candida overgrowth.

The other thing my brain does exceptionally well is invoke the Law of  Parsimony–coming up with the simplest explanation in cause/effect relationships. The Law of Parsimony directed me to look for one explanation being the cause for both the food allergies and the Candida overgrowth symptoms. I knew that hydrochloric acid deficiency allowed Candida to overgrow. Could the food allergies be simply the immune system reacting to undigested proteins caused by hydrochloric acid deficiency?

I tested the hypothesis using the ALCAT food allergy panels. The ALCAT takes blood and exposes it to different foods, molds, and environmental chemicals to see if there is an immune system response. I had children do the test before and after supplementing with hydrochloric acid. After supplementing with hydrochloric acid, no more food allergies! Same with lactose intolerance. In fact, a whole host of symptoms resolved after the addition of hydrochloric acid. Skin conditions cleared, colic went away, asthma resolved, mood disorders resolved. This let me know that hydrochloric acid is one of the most important Intelligent Design molecules the human body produces.

There were many naturopathic doctors at the Tahoma Clinic. I started to hear them talk about treating MTHFR mutation, something I’d never heard of. Again, this condition was also associated with a laundry list of Candida overgrowth symptoms. I was really fortunate that Dr. Wright had an on-site lab–Meridian Valley Lab. I did similar before/after evaluations on folate absorption with these children. Once they got hydrochloric acid, all the MTHFR symptoms disappeared.

One thing happening now more than in the past is that women are going through pregnancy at later ages. Normally, thyroid levels start to decline around age 26-27. Most people overseeing pregnancies have no clue how to diagnose early hypothyroidism. Even mild hypothyroidism can cause irreversible embryonic insults if thyroid hormone is not optimized in the first trimester. One problem these children are often born with is not producing adequate hydrochloric acid. This is the root cause of the evolution of these heretofore unseen medical conditions. First step is to give them hydrochloric acid each meal and black seed oil to kill the Candida. Put them on BALi Eating Plan. This will reverse most of these issues.

See more about MTHFR in the article below, or find it originally posted here.

MTHFR Mutations and the Conditions They Cause

MTHFR gene mutations can cause absolutely no symptoms at all. They can also cause severe irreversible health conditions such as Down’s syndrome.

Research is still pending on which medical conditions are caused by, or at least partially attributed to, the MTHFR gene mutations.

From the partial list I recently went through on Medline, these are the current symptoms, syndromes and medical conditions relating to the MTHFR gene mutations:

I will continue to add to this list as I find new conditions and symptoms caused by the MTHFR gene mutations.

Updated: December 6, 2012

  1. Autism
  2. Addictions: smoking, drugs, alcohol
  3. Down syndrome
  4. Miscarriages
  5. Pulmonary embolisms
  6. Depression in Post-Menopausal Women
  7. Schizophrenia
  8. Fibromyalgia
  9. Chronic Fatigue Syndrome
  10. Chemical Sensitivity
  11. Parkinson’s
  12. Irritable Bowel Syndrome
  13. Pre-eclampsia
  14. Stroke
  15. Spina bifida
  16. Esophageal Squamous cell carcinoma
  17. Acute Lymphoblastic Leukemia
  18. Vascular Dementia
  19. Bipolar disorder
  20. Colorectal Adenoma
  21. Idiopathic male infertility
  22. Blood clots
  23. Rectal cancer
  24. Meningioma
  25. Glioma
  26. Congenital Heart Defects
  27. Infant depression via epigenetic processes caused by maternal depression
  28. Deficits in childhood cognitive development
  29. Gastric Cancer
  30. Migraines with aura
  31. Low HDL
  32. High homocysteine
  33. Post-menopausal breast cancer
  34. Atherosclerosis
  35. Oral Clefts
  36. Type 1 Diabetes
  37. Epilepsy
  38. Primary Closed Angle Glaucoma
  39. Alzheimer’s
  40. Tetralogy of Fallot
  41. Decreased telomere length
  42. Potential drug toxicities: methotrexate, anti-epileptics
  43. Cervical dysplasia
  44. Increased bone fracture risk in post-menopausal women
  45. Multiple Sclerosis
  46. Essential Hypertension
  47. Differentiated Thyroid Carcinoma
  48. Prostate Cancer
  49. Premature Death (not associated)
  50. Placental Abruption
  51. Myocardial Infarction (Heart Attack)
  52. Methotrexate Toxicity
  53. Nitrous Oxide Toxicity
  54. Heart Murmurs
  55. Tight Anal Sphincters
  56. Tongue Tie
  57. Midline Defects (many are listed above)
  58. Behcet’s Disease
  59. Ischemic Stroke in Children
  60. Unexplained Neurologic Disease
  61. Asthma
  62. Shortness of Breath
  63. Bladder Cancer
  64. Anecephaly

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