Methylation Cycle Topic Summary

The methylation cycle creates the methyl groups that your cells use in many important reactions including creating neurotransmitters, metabolizing toxicants, and regulating gene expression. Optimizing your methylation cycle can help keep you healthy, balance mood, and optimize cognition.

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Debbie Moon is the founder of Genetic Lifehacks. Fascinated by the connections between genes, diet, and health, her goal is to help you understand how to apply genetics to your diet and lifestyle decisions. Debbie has a BS in engineering and also an MSc in biological sciences from Clemson University. Debbie combines an engineering mindset with a biological systems approach to help you understand how genetic differences impact your optimal health.