You likely landed here because you spotted
something on a genetic report that you suspect might
be causing reduced levels of BH4 (Tetrahydrobiopterin).
The LowBH4.org web site will only
be able to scratch the surface, as an introduction to
some of the BH4-related concepts, science &
terminology; yet at the same time offers lots of
links to other helpful and more detailed resources
& references on the internet.
This is a complex subject. There has been so very
much research published over the years, and more
research is being conducted all the time. There is
simply too much for one person to sift through and to
And yet, now there is consumer access to home
genetic kits, and they have put the curiosity into
many people, who obviously don't all have a degree in
genetics & biochemistry.
Our mission here at LowBH4.org is
to understand the subject well enough to try our best
to explain it simply -- because for so many people
now, low BH4 is a subject worth learning about.
If you cant explain it simply, you
dont understand it well enough.
We hope you enjoy your visit, and you too increase
your understanding of low BH4.