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Epigenetics, Methylation, & the Best Methyl Rich High Protein Foods that Prevent Chronic Diseases

By heheals

September 20, 2020




Lifestyle changes like diet, stress level, and exercise can influence and change your genetic expression according to the empowering new science of epigenetics. In this video, you’ll discover:
*What the epigenome (the conductor of your DNA) responds to—these are factors within your environment that are under your control. You can modify these factors to change your health on an intimate genetic level

*The relationship between methylation and gene expression—the key to health, longevity, strength, and wellness

* What foods are rich in methyl groups that you can incorporate today to live a more vibrant, balanced, and slim life

* My secret product (http://www.mastertheslimlife.com/HCL) that contains an abundance of biologically available methyl groups that help silence disease promoting genes and ‘put them in prison’ and support health promoting genes ‘to take over the castle’

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  1. The only problem here is that under methylators are also highly Histamine intolerant, and some of the these methyl foods also promote release of histamine. Spinach, tomatoes, processed meats, for example. You have to check if any high methyl groups have foods that cause you other problems. For me, red wine is well and truly "out" because of it's high histamine content.

  2. I just read an article in the Wall Street Journal under Health and Wellness Sept 20th that described methyl donor foods as contributors to colon cancer and increase in colon polyps. Tests and statistics were given. Recommendation to starve the body of methyl donor foods, folate, B12 and choline were given. The foods mentioned to avoid were eggs, chicken, spinach, and pasta. No other types of cancers were discussed. What do you think?

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