Episode #258 – The Epigenetics of Brain Inflammation, Mood Disorders, and Strategies to Heal with Carolyn Ledowsky

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, Episode #258 – The Epigenetics of Brain Inflammation, Mood Disorders, and Strategies to Heal with Carolyn Ledowsky

, Episode #258 – The Epigenetics of Brain Inflammation, Mood Disorders, and Strategies to Heal with Carolyn Ledowsky

In This Episode:

  • Learn about Carolyn’s motivation behind her study of the epigenetics of brain inflammation and mood disorders [06:14]
  • Understand how a balanced combination of  folate, B12, trimethylglycine, and B6 affect homocysteine levels [10:04]
  • Find out the ideal range of homocysteine and the danger it poses when it gets too high [11:05]
  • MTHFR: what is it, and why is it a big deal? [15:12]
  • Discover this bug-clearing pathway that produces 2 really key things to help clear bugs and relies highly on serotonin[20:03]
  • What brings out one of the most detrimental effects of methylation [25:02]
  • Factors you need to consider when evaluating if you have enough B12 [49:18]

If you’ve been working hard to get fit and healthy but always find yourself getting sick for some reason, chances are you need MTHFR Support. But what is MTHFR? Our guest today, Carolyn Ledowsky, is a naturopath and Founder of MTHFR Support Australia. She’ll be giving us more in-depth insight about MTHFR and why it’s a big deal, especially in treating chronic conditions, fertility issues, and other serious concerns about your health. Discover how her work can be truly beneficial both to practitioners and patients alike.

“There’s a whole lot of cascades that happen when our body is inflamed, and that could be infection, gut bugs, COVID, a virus, or a bacteria. So the body goes, okay, I sense there’s something going on here. I’m going to upregulate inflammatory pathway, short term only so that I can deal with this.”

-Carolyn Ledowsky

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