Methylation…The Key To A Healthy Life & Why So Many People Are Deficient - Episode 2

September 24, 2014

Dr. Kendal Stewart and Host Kara Stewart-Mullens discuss Methylation and what it means to you and your family's health.  Listen to Dr. Stewart's explanation and how he helps his patient's recover from a methylation deficiency.

Methylation helps the body rid itself of toxins and assures that the new cells you must make everyday are exact copies of the ones that are being replaced. Methylation also converts water soluble vitamins into the proper fat soluble form so that proper nutrition can be delivered to the nervous and immune systems.  This process is responsible for over 250 processes in the body.

Methylation Is The Missing Component To A Healthy Life

Overcoming a MTHFR polymorphism/mutation or methylation deficiency with supplementation may take at least 2-3 months to show signs of improvement due to epigenetic factors. Initially the patient may be worse, more symptomatic, because the immune system wakes up and begins to "clean house". - Kendal Stewart, M.D./Neuro-Immune Specialist

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