MTHFR and Genetic Basics:
The Answers You Need to Take Control of Your Health
a live, online seminar
Next date TBD
In this 60-minute session, we’ll cover the basics of MTHFR, methylation and reviewing a genetic report, giving you the knowledge you need to be your own advocate and learn how to be healthy while stressed… by understanding YOUR body, YOUR genes, and how to support them naturally.
We’ll cover topics like:
What exactly is MTHFR?
What is methylation, and how does it impact my health?
What are SNPs?
What further tests do I need?
What can I do to address MTHFR?
How to read a genetic report?
What can I do to address MTHFR and other related genes?
Will supplements help? Which ones?
Dr. Doni’s five-step approach to addressing MTHFR for optimal health
Treating MTHFR is not “easy,” but it is possible – with the right information and the right individualized approach. I want you to get the knowledge you need so you can create a healthy, happy life by knowing your genes. This seminar is the first step!
To get this level of information from Dr. Doni, you’d need to schedule a one-on-one consultation for a cost of $395. Get access to this seminar for only $47!
The First 20 Participants to Register Will Receive
An EXCLUSIVE 30-minute Group Q&A Session
$190 value, yours for registering NOW!
Get your questions answered!
After our live session, you may have more questions.
Join Dr. Doni for a 30-minute LIVE Q&A session to go even deeper into your personal questions and concerns.
About Dr. Doni Wilson:
Hi, I’m Dr. Donielle (Doni) Wilson, a naturopathic doctor, professional midwife, clinical nutritionist, bestselling author, researcher, natural products formulator, and mother.
With a doctorate in naturopathic medicine from Bastyr University, I see patients in person in the Tri-State area, and via phone and Skype all over the world, helping them to find solutions to their most puzzling health issues.
I believe you can be healthy, happy, AND stressed by leveraging the healing power of nature.
Who is this seminar for?
This seminar is for anyone who is interested in learning more about how the MTHFR mutation affects health. It will be most useful if you have already been tested and diagnosed as having the MTHFR gene mutation. If you have also done a genetic panel (23andme, for example), this seminar will help you to understand other important genes and how to read a genetic report.
No prior knowledge is needed. We’ll be starting with the basics!
If you would like to have your genetic report in hand during the class, then we can help you to run your report. It is an additional cost of $80. Please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The session is a 60-minute live presentation on the basics of MTHFR, methylation and reviewing a genetic report. We’ll cover what MTHFR is, how it affects your health, and what you can do about it. We'll walk through a genetic report and learn about the other genes that are important to consider along with MTHFR. Of course, the session will be recorded for you to reference again and again.
What if I can’t attend live?
Want this empowering information, but you’re not sure you can make it on Jan. 10th? No worries – the session will be recorded for you to access at your convenience!
How do I get the bonus session?
If you are one of the first 20 participants, we’ll email you directly to schedule the group Q&A session. The Q&A will be recorded for your convenience as well – and you can even submit questions beforehand to be answered live.
I’m not sure I need this…?
If you or someone you love has been diagnosed with an MTHFR mutation and you are wondering what it means and how to treat it, this seminar will give you access to the information you need to make informed decisions about your health.
I think I have an MTHFR mutation, but how do I know for sure?
Researchers estimate that approximately half the population has some sort of MTHFR mutation. Reading through symptoms can help you get a better sense of how the mutation presents, but the only way to know for sure is through genetic testing. You can arrange to be tested through your doctor’s office, or independently through services such as 23andme.com.
I’d like to attend, but the date isn’t good for me. Are you going to offer this at a later time?
We hope to offer a variety of courses in the near future, but we have no specific plans to offer this particular seminar again before the end of the year. If you sign up now, however, you can access the recording of the session at your convenience.
Can’t I just take folate or folic acid?
Folic acid and folate are NOT the same, and your body’s needs are not the same as someone else’s, either. It’s critical to determine the right dose of folate for you. In this seminar, we’ll discuss the differences between folic acid and folate, and what further tests you need to develop a specific protocol for your needs.
Have more questions? Contact us at email@example.com for more information!