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H. pylori, folate, MTHFR and neural tube defects

Can H. pylori lead to folate deficiency and fertility problems? This article is taken from my e-book, How H. pylori Causes Fertility and Pregnancy Problems, which you can download here for free. Unfortunately, only a limited number of studies have assessed the associations between H. pylori and folate levels. This is a shame because folate metabolism and methylation are critically important in reproduction and fertility, especially when we consider things like MTHFR gene mutations. People with MTHFR mutations carry a greater risk of developing fertility problems related to the folate and methylation cycles, including infertility (male and female), recurrent...

How H. pylori causes vitamin B12 deficiency and pregnancy problems...

H. pylori, vitamin B12 deficiency, fertility and pregnancy This article is taken from my e-book, How H. pylori Causes Fertility and Pregnancy Problems, which you can download here for free. Vitamin B12 is an important reproductive nutrient. It works in partnership with other nutrients such as folate (also known inaccurately as folic acid). A chief role for B12 and its friends is to ensure optimal functioning of some key metabolic pathways called the folate and methylation cycles. In fetal development, methylation is crucial for optimal development of the neural tube, which is a hollow structure from which the brain...