HUNTINGTON STATION, N.Y. (PRWEB) August 11, 2020
Dr. Terence Dulin, DC, CTN™, DCN, FAAIM is a Doctor of Chiropractic Medicine and board-certified traditional neuropath who has been in practice for over thirty-eight years. Michelle Anglisano M. Ed is a New York-based educator who has been teaching for more than two decades in both public and private schools. They have completed their new book “Methylation Madness: Insight into the Biochemical and Personal Lives of Hypermethylators”: a thought-provoking work aimed at raising awareness of the complexity, interactivity, and utilization of the building blocks of food.
The authors share, “To methylate or not to methylate? That is the question! Methylation chemistry has received tremendous attention recently due to the discussions circling around the MTHFR gene. Methylfolate and methylcobalamin (Methyl B12) are nutrient supplements being recommended more often, as of late. Many medical conditions can possibly be exasperated due to the lack of these nutrients or improper metabolism. But are they?
Understanding the reasoning behind this thought is actually one for concern. Heart disease (arterial sclerosis) and other medical conditions can be traced back to the biochemical methylation pathway. Problems with the protection of DNA can also be associated with this pathway. Mutations may, in fact, occur due to this very set of biochemical pathways. However, is it correct for everyone to be taking methylfolate and methylcobalamin (Methyl B12)? Does it match every individual’s chemistry?
Methylfolate and methylcobalamin are just some of the molecules that are part of this story, but not the entire answer. MTHFR is just one gene that is part of a vast and complex methylation system.”
In this book, the authors give a clear description for easier understanding of the who, what, and why of methylation chemistry. It brings to light the very question of a methylation issue some people may have. Through candid conversations between hypermethylators and by relating the symptoms and effects of methylation, the reader can gain a better perspective of living with the symptoms of hypermethylation within this selected group. In addition, this book provides a generalized understanding of the biochemical processes, which are the underlying causes of the symptoms of hypermethylation. Other conversations with a doctor who has expert knowledge of methylation chemistry further expounds upon this complexity. Hypermethylating people are those who should be very careful when using methylating nutrients or when eating foods which are methylating.
Published by New York City-based Page Publishing, Dr. Terence Dulin and Michelle Anglisano’s fascinating book is both a general reference book of biochemical nutrition, with emphasis on methylation chemistry and a collection of conversational exchanges that point out how mood, health, and the optimization of the body’s chemistry can support people in their day-to-day functioning.
Readers who wish to experience this engaging work can purchase “Methylation Madness: Insight into the Biochemical and Personal Lives of Hypermethylators” at bookstores everywhere, or online at the Apple iTunes store, Amazon, Google Play, or Barnes and Noble.
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