DNA methylation adaptogens
Notes from DrKF:
Many of the extraordinary methylation adaptogens, like those in green tea and curcumin, are nutrients that have a long history of traditional use and benefit. They have also demonstrated pleiotropic activity in the body, meaning that they target multiple pathways at once. Curcumin, for example, is potently anti-aging, anti-inflammatory, antioxidant, anticancer, neuroprotective, GI protective, and antimicrobial to name some. They also regulate the epigenome via a variety of mechanisms, including, of course, DNA methylation.
You can also read more about these DNA methylation adaptogens on the following pages:
Curcumin | EGCG | Greens powder | Vitamin C