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How do I explain MTHFR and Methylation to my patients?

Join Carolyn Ledowsky, MTHFR expert and founder of MTHFR Support Australia on this Webinar discussing the impact of MTHFR and Methylation on your patients.


AUD 79.95 (+ 10% GST)

Maintaining healthy B12 levels is critical to health - do you understand the basics?

Join Carolyn Ledowsky, MTHFR expert and founder of MTHFR Support Australia on this webinar focused on B12 and what we need to know about it.

This Webinar will discuss a range of topics, including how the current reference ranges allow deficiencies to be left undetected, the current reference ranges leaving patients and practitioners misinformed about healthy B12 levels, the key SNPS that affect B12 metabolism, optimal forms of B12 for specific SNPs  and key medications that are affecting B12 absorption.


AUD 19.95 (+ 10% GST)

In this webinar we will explore the critical relationship between drugs and nutrients to better help you in clinical practice.

Join Carolyn Ledowsky, MTHFR expert and founder of MTHFR Support Australia on this Webinar focused on Pharmaceutical drugs and what we need to know about it.

These drugs may also alter epigenetic homeostasis by direct or indirect mechanisms. This may alter expression of receptors, signaling molecules and other proteins. With chronic exposure cells adapt and this can lead to a long term alteration of an epigenetic network. Epigenetic effects of pharmaceuticals may be involved in the etiology of many disorders that have a profound effect on our health.

AUD 19.95 (+ 10% GST)

In this webinar we will explore Histamine and its relationship with a variety of health conditions. 

Join Carolyn Ledowsky, MTHFR expert and founder of MTHFR Support Australia on this Webinar focused on Histamine and Methylation

Histamine is everywhere in our environment. its an important messaging molecule which may provoke symptoms asthma, eczema, acid reflux, diarrhea and low blood pressure. we tend to think of histamine in just in relation to allergies, however it can have a profound effect on our blood pressure, hormones, mood and digestive systems.

AUD 19.95 (+ 10% GST)

In this audio presentation we will explore the critical relationship between Methylation and Mitochodrial health.

Join Carolyn Ledowsky, MTHFR expert and founder of MTHFR Support Australia on this Seminar recording focused on Methylation and Mitochondrial Health.

Recorded at the Methylation & Mitochondrial Health Seminar in New Zealand.

AUD 19.95 (+ 10% GST)

This webinar covers the key genes that confer susceptibility to early onset dementia.

Join Carolyn Ledowsky, MTHFR expert and founder of MTHFR Support Australia on this Webinar discussing early onset dementia and potential causes.

There are a combination of genes that might make someone susceptible to memory loss, particularly if the environmental triggers are there. Learn how to identify the key genes, nutrient cofactors and how you might approach this to prevent dementia especially if it is in the family.

AUD 19.95 (+ 10% GST)

Join Carolyn Ledowsky, MTHFR expert and founder of MTHFR Support Australia on this Webinar discussing the Gall Bladder and how our society and environment is making us ill.

Gall bladder disease is an epidemic in our society. Bile acids are being affected and this in turn is affecting our Gut, causing SIBO and making us fat.

If we can identify issues early and correct them, we may be able to avoid a lot of unnecessary cholecystectomy surgeries.

AUD 19.95 (+ 10% GST)

Why do many patients with MTHFR genetic polymporphisms and methylation defects have high cholesterol and issues with fat metabolism.

Join Carolyn Ledowsky, MTHFR expert and founder of MTHFR Support Australia on this Webinar where we discuss Cholesterol and fat metabolism.

AUD 19.95 (+ 10% GST)

Why do people with MTHFR gene mutations seem to always have gut issues?

Join Carolyn Ledowsky, MTHFR expert and founder of MTHFR Support Australia on this webinar discussing the Gut, MTHFR and Methylation.

Here’s some of the best bits we covered:

Why do people with MTHFR gene mutations seem to always have gut issues?
Are you confident in identifying histamine vs oxalate vs sulphur issues?
Do you know which to start with first?
What questions to ask, what nutrients to use, what SNPs to consider.

The gut is the key to good health, however many of our patients present with significant gut dysbiosis which is shifting methylation patterns and affecting the absorption and metabolism of key nutrients.

Carolyn is going to present detailed case histories in this webinar.
AUD 19.95 (+ 10% GST)

Join Carolyn Ledowsky, Sterling Hill and Cynthia Smith for this masterclass series. It’s a must for anyone addressing MTHFR and methylation. This is your opportunity to to gain a full understanding of the key SNP’s and the significance of these SNP’s in the metabolic pathways.

This is your opportunity to gain a full understanding of the key SNP’s and the significance of these SNP’s in the metabolic pathways. Sterling will be joined by MTHFR and methylation experts Carolyn Ledowsky and Cynthia Smith who will explain the metabolic pathways and nutritional applications to assist in the regulation of key genes.


AUD 449.10 (+ 10% GST)

The Cystathione Beta Synthase pathway is crucially important to understand and probably the one area of the methylation cycle that is most misunderstood.

Join Carolyn Ledowsky, MTHFR expert and founder of MTHFR Support Australia on this webinar discussing the CBS pathway.

The first assessment of any patient is around the signs and symptoms of the CBS pathway, because if the patient is having issues here you cannot proceed with methyl support.

AUD 19.95 (+ 10% GST)

Vaccinations! What information can we give our patients? How can we identify at risk children?

Join Carolyn Ledowsky, MTHFR expert and founder of MTHFR Support Australia on this Webinar discussing vaccines.

With the topic of vaccinations being so much in the media, its a topic I constantly get asked about. What can I say? Do I tow the party line and say that they have to be given? Do I say there are exceptions? Do I say I don’t know? It’s a dilemma that I’m sure many practitioners have come across and its hard to know what the science says and truly be neutral when you give a recommendation.

So I’ve decided to at least have a discussion about the science. What does the research tell us? Are there any genetic mutations in children where we should be cautious? Is there a way to still have the vaccinations but with a delayed schedule? What sensible information can we give our patients? How do we identify potential at risk babies and children?

AUD 67.50 (+ 10% GST)