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Just found this paper and powerpoint by a group that focuses on the methylation pathway. Thought they were very interesting.

 

For perspective, take a look at the "You are here" slide that is page 66 in the powerpoint. LLM, I thoughtof you when I saw this!

 

Anyway, here's the paper http://m.ajcn.nutrition.org/content/80/6/1611.full.pdf

 

And here's the powerpoint http://www.powershow.com/view/14bd82-OWMwN/S_Jill_James_PhD_powerpoint_ppt_presentation

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Gut bacteria influence the body’s use of vitamin B6, which in turn has profound effects on the health of nerve and muscle cells. They also modulate immune tolerance and anxiety-related behavior. Just search on gut-brain axis. Effects are highly strain-specific, however. Some beneficials identified so far include L. casei, L. paracasei, L. rhamnosus, B. infantis, B. breve, among others.

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Just found this paper and powerpoint by a group that focuses on the methylation pathway. Thought they were very interesting.

 

For perspective, take a look at the "You are here" slide that is page 66 in the powerpoint. LLM, I thoughtof you when I saw this!

 

Anyway, here's the paper http://m.ajcn.nutrition.org/content/80/6/1611.full.pdf

 

And here's the powerpoint http://www.powershow.com/view/14bd82-OWMwN/S_Jill_James_PhD_powerpoint_ppt_presentation

 

I was watching one of Rawlins' videos and he had the same "you are here" slide - LOVE it! If I could print it out legibly, I'd frame it :D

 

It really does put things in perspective. As important as MTHFR is, it's just a drop in the bucket. But then I think, wow, if treating this makes such a big difference for DD, just imagine how cool it will be to be able to play with all that 23andMe data - oh, some really good geek reading in the coming months!

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