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Re: Overmethylation disorder??? (Larry H et al.?) Viridis

Posted by Larry Hoover on June 9, 2003, at 12:42:14

In reply to Overmethylation disorder??? (Larry H et al.?), posted by Viridis on June 8, 2003, at 23:25:32

> Is there really such a thing as "overmethylation disorder"? I could see undermethylation being a problem, but surely with adequate intake of methyl donors, one would get what they need and no more.
> Anyone have any insights?

I agree with you. I have said as much as that, in previous posts (I couldn't tell you which ones, though).

The theoretical construct of methylation, laid out as a continuum, seems to be "more correct" at the under-methylation end than at the other, in my opinion.

Despite warnings to avoid certain nutrients, or to use certain others, my empirical experience, my actual experience, does not fit neatly into these categories proposed by Dr. Pfeiffer. I achieve benefits from substances I am supposed to avoid.





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