The Pathways on a Keyring (Medication Induced SNPs)

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I've created the world's first visual guide to show how medications induce a SNP. This resource is mainly for PRACTITIONERS and consumers interested in nutrient depletions. 

Drugs may be upregulating or downregulating gene expression.
For example, STATINS interfere with glutathione production. By blocking selenium, the GPX enzyme can no longer produce glutathione. Diuretics block B6 preventing adequate methylation, and so forth.

FOLIC ACID is not biologically active until it is converted to a METHYLATED form.

Practitioners can look at all the pathways and see where each medication blocks a cofactor/gene. Then you can make targeted changes to medication, suggested the correct vitamin or discontinue the medication. 
As a patient,  you are able to see how your medications interfere with metabolic pathways, and what nutrients you need to take if you are being depleted. If you are low in a nutrient, you might be able to determine if that deficiency is causing your symptoms. 

Pathways Included
Folate & Methylation                   Transmethylation
Transsulfuration/Glutathion        Deiodination
Glutamate to GABA                    Peroxidation
Histamine                                    Kynurenine
Neurotransmitters: Serotonin, Dopamine, GABA, etc.
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