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Methylation is essential for the optimal function of almost all your body systems from thinking, repairing DNA, turning on and off genes, fighting infections and getting rid of environmental toxins. Methylation occurs probably billions of times every second! 

When methylation is poor, you can experience many neurological issues such as poor memory, ADHD, depression and anxiety. Impaired methylation also results in detox problems that result in a toxin overload and can cause mitochondrial dysfunction. 

Key genes involved in methylation

I can know more about methylation

We joined circles with Dr Kara Fitzgerald. Dr Heidi asked Kara to describe methylation in simple terms. Here is the first of 3 videos. Methylation is a vital process that happens in every cell in your body. Optimising your methylation is key to preventing many lifestyle-related chronic diseases and working towards your optimal wellness potential.

What is methylation?

How do you support optimal methylation?

What are the correct quantities of methylation nutrients.

Essential nutrients for methylation

In order for you to optimise your methylation, the following key nutrient sources have been identified:

  1. Folic Acid: Food sources include liver, chicken, egg yolk, lentils, split peas, soybeans, almonds, potatoes, sweet potatoes, spinach, beetroot, Brussel sprouts, broccoli, cauliflower, kale, cabbage, bok choy, asparagus, bananas, peaches
  2. Vitamin B12: Food sources include liver, beef, chicken, fish, eggs, rainbow trout, salmon, haddock, tuna
  3. Vitamin B6: Food sources include tuna, turkey, beef, chicken, salmon, sunflower seeds, spinach, bananas, sweet potatoes
  4. Methionine: Food sources include egg white, whole eggs, sesame seeds, Brazil nuts, soy protein, chicken, tuna, beef, chickpea, almonds, pinto beans, lentils, brown rice

Below is a list of supplements that contains these essential methylation nutrients. 

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