MTHFR and Homocysteine – Part II

In the first video the groundwork was laid in understanding where homocysteine comes from and how it impairs methylation, esp. in the brain. In Part II, Dr. Rostenberg goes deeper into the science and peer-reviewed research to throw light on how homocysteine acts as a toxin to disturb health…

Adrenal Fatigue – How to Beat and Treat the Effects of Stress

This 2014 Memorial Day post is not exactly a methylation-based presentation, but still worth your thoughtful consideration.  Adrenal fatigue is a plague that impacts everyone whether we are genetically imbalanced or not.  We cannot live without stress, yet our world seems to be running wild with stressful situations.  It…

MTHFR and Homocysteine – Part I

If you are reading this blog its likely that you have heard of homocysteine and know that is related to the methylation cycle.  And maybe you’ve even had your homocysteine levels tested recently.  But what you likely haven’t heard is what homocysteine actually DOES inside your body – and…

Blood Sugar, Digestion and Methylation

Listen to what Dr. Rostenberg has to say about how blood sugar and digestion impact the methylation cycle.  If you ever suffer from anxiety, depression, insomnia, moodiness, fatigue, etc. you need to pay close attention to your blood sugar and insulin levels.  You’ll see in the video how having…

Estrogen, Choline and the Gallbladder

Ever wonder why so many people are getting their gallbladder surgically removed?  What is causing all these gallbladders to fail?  Listen to Dr. Rostenberg expose the connection between estrogen, methyl imbalance, choline and gallbladder function.  You will be surprised once you start investigating how methylation impacts this issue!  In…

How to Balance COMT and MAO in the Brain

In our last video Dr. Rostenberg laid out the fundamentals of how COMT and MAO polymorphisms affect our brain.  This video expands on these ideas and explains why and how methylation nutrients can heal the imbalanced brain.  The peer-reviewed research is clear that proper methylation is needed for normal…

COMT and MAO in the Brain

Have you ever noticed that people with methylation issues are usually very smart? It has a lot to do with having difficulty breaking down neurotransmitters. Having SNPs is not always a curse; it can bless you with attributes as well. COMT is a definitely contender for such a double-edged…

Methylation: Optimize Your Genes, Optimize Your Life

In this video Dr. Rostenberg explains some of the very important basics of methylation, epigenetics and the value of genetic testing.  Whether you are young or old, chronically-ill or at the peak of health, learning about your genes can serve you well.  Dr. Rostenberg can help you learn how…