October 13


Epigenetics and Autism Prevention – William Walsh, PhD

By heheals

October 13, 2020

There is increasing evidence that autism is an epigenetic gene-regulation disorder. Epigenetic disorders typically involve many cases of sudden onset after an environmental insult and a complex condition that may persist a lifetime. However, an advantage of epigenetic disorders is that prevention appears relatively easy to achieve. This presentation will describe a novel autism-prevention strategy based on preserving DNA integrity through special lab tests and antioxidant protocols.



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  1. At 15:30 he says "there are some conditions where UNDERMETHYLATION is dominant…for example, anxiety disorders, panic disorders…these people are OVERMETHYLATED."

    So which is it…undermethylated or overmethylated???

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