Methylation: What is it and who is affected?

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Methylation: What is it and who is affected?

Methylation is now a major focus for many health care practitioners. In each of us, this process occurs trillions of times every second and is involved in countless biochemical pathways. Efficient methylation is therefore essential to quality of life.

But, is our approach to methylation disorders appropriate?

According to Dr Mark Donohoe there is a tendency for practitioners to treat methylation issues with a sledge hammer and to approach this as if everybody needs treatment.

In this interview, Dr Donohoe explains his understanding of methylation, patient presentations and treatment considerations. This is essential listening for anyone who wants to better understand this vital process.


Dr Mark Donohoe is one of Australia’s most experienced and best known medical practitioners in the fields of Nutritional and Environmental Medicine. He has a long history working in the emerging field of “integrative medicine”, and continues to bring orthodox and complementary medicine together in his medical practice.

Other podcasts with Dr Mark Donohoe include:


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Dr Mark Donohoe

Dr Mark Donohoe is one of Australia’s most experienced and best known medical practitioners in the fields of Nutritional and Environmental Medicine. He has a long history working in the emerging field of “integrative medicine”, and continues to bring orthodox and complementary medicine together in his medical practice. He is a regular guest on the FX Medicine Podcast and in 2019 became the host of FX Medicine's newest podcast series; FX Omics - blending genetics into the modern practice of personalised medicine.