MTHFR Symptoms in children and babies

MTHFR Symptoms in Children and Babies

Every day parents are finding that their children and or babies are struggling with health problems more so now than ever before in history and there is no coincidence, as generations of families are passing on MTHFR gene mutations to their children without knowing it, this leads to often unexplained health problems right from birth and into childhood.

In our practice we are seeing the younger generations of children and babies showing signs and symptoms of MTHFR gene mutations growing rapidly and their parents frustration with desperately wanting the best for there kids are looking for answers, here we can help you take the unknown out of often complex health problems with kids.

The tough part of being a parent when your kids are not well is that they can’t explain properly how they feel and this leaves frustration for you and often leads to having to try many different things to manage a health problem, but when you know you child has an MTHFR problem or even one or more of the hundreds of gene problems we find in children, with education you are far more empowered to not only help your kids with their health but also help prevent many of serious health problems and even diseases they can face.

Common Signs & Symptoms of MTHFR in Babies/Infants

  • Problem/s during pregnancy
  • Spina Bifida
  • Cleft palate
  • Down syndrome
  • Autism
  • Food intolerances
  • Cranial problems
  • Persistent rash or eczema
  • Constant upset (crying)
  • Not sleep properly
  • Poor immunity (becomes unwell easily)
  • Slow development
  • Allergies
  • Underlying toxicity problems (which cannot be seen)

Common Signs & Symptoms of MTHFR in Children/Kids

  • Persistent bad behavior
  • Learning difficulty
  • Autism
  • Allergies
  • Food intolerances
  • Persistent rash or eczema
  • Anxiety
  • Depression
  • OCD
  • Aggressive
  • Insomnia
  • Under development
  • Weight problems
  • Underlying toxicity problems (which cannot be seen)
  • Problems at school
  • Anti social behavior (or social anxiety)
  • Anger (mood problems)
  • Under methylation
  • Dyslexia

Children & Babies with MTHFR Symptoms can get better, we help resolve complex health problems in kids, consult with us now

These guys really know their stuff, I learned so much about my kids and how to get their health in control, my son has gone from unbearable behavior to now wanting to become school captain.

J. Fergin – USA

My daughter no longer getting one illness after another, no more wondering, no more doctors, no more medications, such a relief for all our family.

A. Levin – Australia

Understanding the depth of the problem with kids

Now, it’s really important to understand that children and babies rely heavily on methylation for the development of DNA to constantly grow, develop and repair their body’s cells.

When your kids have underlying genetic disorders like MTHFR or any one of the many others we see that cause their systems, it’s extremely important to understand them from the inside.  Often with these types of problems, biochemistry does not function properly and this can lead to not only their symptoms but also serious disease, even life threatening diseases which we are seeing more and more of in society with our younger kids.

Allowing us to properly investigate your Child’s health problems and even evaluating their underlying genetic dispositions and providing proper treatment can be absolutely life-changing not only for your child but also for you and your family.  Knowing what is holding back your child’s health now is a tool you and they can use for the rest of their life.  Like any problem the earlier you solve it the better the development of their body and mind will be for the rest of their life.

We can’t emphasize enough how important it is to solve these problems early in life and most importantly before puberty when they will go through major development in becoming an adult.

What are you waiting for, let's work together to help your kids

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This page is not designed provide medical advice or diagnosis.