Russell BrowneRussell Browne is the director of  MTHFR Gene Health and is a qualified practitioner of Advanced Nutrition, Advanced Herbalism, Homeopathy and is also qualified in Neuro Linguistic Programming (NLP). Russell specializes in genetic nutrition, epigenetics and nutrigenomics, this is because everyone is different and so are their needs nutritionally, often people approach their health from the wrong perspective by following the crowds and hoping for results.

Genetically everyone has their advantages and disadvantages when it comes to good health, this is especially true for those with MTHFR mutations, by approaching each case based on the concept that each person has different needs means a unique treatment can be found, this offers a much higher rate of success that can greatly benefits each patient.

Russell is a member of the Australian Committee of Natural Therapies (ACONT) and brings a wealth of professional knowledge and experience to his work and is highly regarded in this field.

SNHS Dip. (Advanced Nutrition)
SNHS Dip. (Advanced Herbalism)
SNHS Dip. (Allergy Testing)
SNHS Dip. (Homoeopathy)
ABNLP Cert (Master Practitioner Of Neuro Linguistic Programming)
ABH Cert (Hypnotherapy)

Specializing in MTHFR & Other Gene Mutations

MTHFR gene mutation is a complex problem that requires the right treatment to ensure the most successful outcome for those with the condition, that’s why our focus is all about specializing in genetics or epigenetics.  When a person knows that they have MTHFR this represents an opportunity to understand and take advantage of those gene mutations. This changes the way we treat a person with the condition, treating the problem/s the right way for each person genetically.  This enables us to support specific gene alterations that each person has and be able to help prevent diseases that are commonly associated with the MTHFR gene defect.  We look forward to working with you for the best possible outcome.

More often than not most people without realizing it have many other gene mutations that contribute to their health problems, by taking these other gene mutations into account when providing treatments means a much better outcome for each individual.