Methylation and sulfuration are complex processes and assessing them in practice takes skill, knowledge, and consideration of multiple genes and other factors. Lucky for us, we have the incredible Dr. David Quig from Doctor’s Data on the podcast today, getting into the nitty-gritty about assessing methylation in clinical practice.
The newsletters I am most likely to open and read (ie actually click on to access the full text) are those from science sites that feature new research.
The humble okra is an ancient vegetable thought to originate from Africa and Asia and brought to the United States on ships during the 18th century. It is also a powerfully-nutritious food. Okra is full of soluble, mucilaginous fiber which is very healing to the digestive tract, helps to regulate bowel transit time, and…
These Matcha Coconut Gummies are the jade-colored jigglers you need in your life thanks to Nom Nom Paleo.
If you’re riveted by the world of methylation, as we all are since the explosion of epigenetic research prompted a big rethink of our approach to treatment, you’re going to appreciate this smart blog from David Quig, PhD, VP of Scientific Affairs at Doctor’s Data, Inc.
Bone is not a static entity in our body. Our body is continually actively forming bone, as well as breaking it down—a process called bone remodeling.
Beyond methylation support, what can we do to mitigate the effects of too much homocysteine? While you’re working on bringing an elevated homocysteine down.
The issue of having too little homocysteine is still as relevant now, as it was then
We love pumpkin seeds and sunflower seeds for their rich minerals, B vitamins and essential fatty acids. They also make a delicious snack, especially in a methylation trail mix recipe like this one. Chocolate tip: Look for organic, dark chocolate (70%+ cacao) wherever you can. Check to make sure you’re comfortable with the ingredients! What…
If you’re looking for a snack that satisfies your dessert cravings and incorporates your methylation superfoods, look no further than Against All Grain’s No-Bake Sunbutter Crunch Bars. These bars are filled with sunflower seeds, which are a great food to support balanced methylation, since they are rich in zinc, methionine, cysteine, magnesium, potassium, B3, B6,…