39 minutes | Apr 11, 2016

Ep.20 – Dr. Anthony G. Beck: Everything You Need to Know About Methylation - You, Optimized. Radio

Want exclusive video interviews? Please become a Patron! With your help, I can expand this podcast and deliver better content! Dr. Anthony G. Beck is a researcher, educator, author, and holds 4 National Medical Board Certifications. As a physician who has practiced Functional Medicine for over 20 years, Dr. Beck doesn’t merely manage diseases ~ he helps people resolve them. With extensive education in many clinical disciplines such as Functional Medicine, clinical nutrition, systems biology, epigenetics and nutrigenomics, he takes a dynamic approach to assessing, educating, and working with his patients to achieve their highest levels of wellbeing.Even more importantly, Dr. Beck wants to empower patients to demand a higher level of care from their health care providers. His methods involve an array of aspects including a healthful lifestyle design, individualized nutrition, hormone balancing, resolving immune dysfunction and hidden infectious diseases, extensive laboratory and functional testing, detoxification, and preventative medicine.Dr. Beck's mission is to guide you to discover your own unique biochemistry & genetics and why it is vital to understand that is what separates you from everyone else as well as how it holds the keys to achieving your highest levels of wellbeing. What You'll Hear In This Episode02:05     Understanding the basics of what methylation is and where it occurs 06:15     The connection between methylation, DNA synthesis, hormone and neurotransmitter production 12:15     The environmental inputs that effect the methylation pathways 13:30     Affecting your health outcome with your mind 18:00     Putting our understanding of genetics into perspective 22:50     Defining “allele” and understanding the differences between heterozygous & homozygous 27:25     Why you shouldn’t be afraid of your genetic Single Nucleotide Polymorphism (SNP) 28:45     What is a risk allele and are they really risky? 33:45     How one can use nutrigenomics to reduce symptoms or mitigate environmental stressors? 37:15     The limitations of supplements due to infinite complexity of the methylation cycle & it’s components Resource Links Website: http://dranthonygbeck.comFacebook: Balanced Nation & Dr. Anthony G. BeckTwitter: @dranthonygbeckInstagram: dranthonygbeckSupplement
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