High Homocysteine, Low Vitamin Levels in Autism in Different Societies: Implicate Vitamins B12, Folic Acid, B6 in causative factors

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Multiple Western studies have demonstrated high levels of homocysteine in autism spectrum disorders. While autism is more common in th West, a similar correlation in Eastern societies also would lend support to hypothesis that folate-B12-homocyteine metabolism reactions may play a key role in environmental factors in autism.

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2 thoughts on “High Homocysteine, Low Vitamin Levels in Autism in Different Societies: Implicate Vitamins B12, Folic Acid, B6 in causative factors

  1. “Potential causes of low vitamin B6, B12 and folic acid levels in body”

    A defect in the MTHFR (one or both alleles C677T) or other genes related to methylation/detoxification are also implicated, and this defect can also cause elevated homocysteine. Fortunately, supplements of the right form can compensate for a sluggish MTHFR enzyme.

  2. As you may have heard that vitamin B12 is important for your wellbeing, you may not understand the exact part that it plays in the body. Additionally, you possibly will not know how severe a B12 deficiency is or the many B12 deficiency symptoms that you need to look out for. Let’s take a look at the crucial role that vitamin B12 has in the body as well as the symptoms of having lower B12 levels.*

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