When should you take creatine, if you don’t have an MTHFR SNP?

When should you take creatine, if you don’t have an MTHFR SNP?


Anonymous says, creatine, when is it recommend
that if you don’t have the MTHFR SNP that causes methylation problems. When you want to improve your physique, when
you want to improve your athletic performance, when you want to, when you have certainly
when you have a rare creatine synthesis disorder, if you have depression, it might help, and
if you have any signs that something else is messing with your methylation even though
your genetics don’t explain it, that would be a fair time to consider it.

4 Replies to “When should you take creatine, if you don’t have an MTHFR SNP?

  1. Wait…so people with MTHFR shouldn’t be taking creatine? I hadn’t heard this before. Do you have a video or post about this I can learn more? Thank you for all you do 🤗

  2. Chris, sooo I thought it wouldn't hurt to ask. Since these issues are at least partially nutrition or malnutrition derived, would you consider doing a video on hypertensive disorders of pregnancy and especially peripartum cardiomyopathy? It would mean a lot to us ladies who went unexpectedly into heart failure… Many who were apparently 100% healthy and without warning this happened. I had health issues so that wasn't as applicable to me. Thanks for your work.

  3. Wait, so you’re saying that creatine is vital for those with mthfr? I’m 28, male, and am heterozygous for C667T and A1298C (not sure what that means). As a sufferer from depression and anxiety, I’ve been trying to incorporate methylfolate and methyl b12 into my daily stack with little benefit. I’ve also tried large amounts of riboflavin with little benefit. Sarcosine, n-methylglycine, is a hit Or miss with me. Sam-e makes things worse. Could creatine be a better or more mild way to supply methylation support in my case?

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