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Dr Ben Lynch Podcast

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Focusing on methylation, nutrigenomics, lifestyle, nutritional biochemistry and epigenetics. Dr Ben Lynch brings you current findings and turns them into tools you can use.

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Focusing on methylation, nutrigenomics, lifestyle, nutritional biochemistry and epigenetics. Dr Ben Lynch brings you current findings and turns them into tools you can use.

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Amazing Info

By Swopesean - Jul 29 2015
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All the info is great for the lay person and physican. Easy to implement and improve your health right away!!

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31 Ratings
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Amazing Info

By Swopesean - Jul 29 2015
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All the info is great for the lay person and physican. Easy to implement and improve your health right away!!
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Dr Ben Lynch Podcast

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Focusing on methylation, nutrigenomics, lifestyle, nutritional biochemistry and epigenetics. Dr Ben Lynch brings you current findings and turns them into tools you can use.

Rank #1: Methlyation Anxiety Inflammation Webinar 21816

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Methlyation Anxiety Inflammation Webinar 21816 by Dr Ben Lynch

Feb 19 2016

1hr 14mins

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Rank #2: Can people with MTHFR use the Ketogenic Diet?

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Can people with MTHFR use the Ketogenic Diet? by Dr Ben Lynch

Mar 06 2017

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Rank #3: Q & A Methylation & Nutrigenomics

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Q & A Methylation & Nutrigenomics by Dr Ben Lynch

Jul 28 2015

1hr 10mins

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Rank #4: Vaccines In Pediatrics

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Vaccines In Pediatrics by Dr Ben Lynch

Jan 12 2017

54mins

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Rank #5: What Is Methylation Webinar

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What Is Methylation Webinar by Dr Ben Lynch

Sep 04 2015

1hr 19mins

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Rank #6: Folic Acid Is Affecting You Negatively

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What are the different types of folate?
How are they processed in the body?
How does synthetic folic acid contribute to disease and dysfunction in the body?
How to prepare for pregnancy?

Aug 30 2016

1hr 4mins

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Rank #7: 4 Forms Of Vitamin B12

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There is more than one form of Vitamin B12. What's the difference between each of them?

Cyanocobalamin - synthetic B12 that is poorly utilized by the body. Throw it away!

Methylcobalamin - A biochemically active form of B12 important for methylation. Many people are deficient--vegans/vegetarians, those who take antacids, or don't eat much meat.

Adenosylcobalamin - The mitochondrial form of B12 that supports energy production. These patients may have high methylmalonic acid (MMA) levels.

Hydroxocobalamin - Can be used to reduce nitric oxide levels if they are too high.

Sep 17 2015

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Rank #8: Cant Stay Asleep

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Are you falling asleep without issue, but waking up 2-3 hours into the night?

Here are 2 common reasons why you might be waking up at night:

1) Blood sugar imbalance - If your blood sugar drops too much at night, your body releases norepinephrine and cortisol to raise your blood sugar, but this also wakes you up. Maybe you are eating too early. Have your healthy fats, carbohydrates, and proteins at most 3-4 hours before bed.

2) Stress - Stress causes imbalances in cortisol levels. Look for ways to calm down and reduce the burden on your adrenal glands.

Aug 20 2015

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Rank #9: How To Treat Snp's

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How To Treat Snp's by Dr Ben Lynch

Aug 25 2015

1hr 16mins

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Rank #10: Should people with adrenal fatigue do a Ketogenic Diet?

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Should people with adrenal fatigue do a Ketogenic Diet? by Dr Ben Lynch

Mar 05 2017

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Rank #11: Niacin (Using it to Offset Methylfolate Side Effects )

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Niacin (Vitamin B-3) is involved in over 400 biochemical reactions in the body!

As with other nutrients, methylfolate and niacin levels need to be in balance.

High doses of specific nutrients will push certain biochemical pathways more than others.

This is why niacin can be used to offset methylfolate side effects.

Niacin deficiency can cause: irritability, headaches, migraines, and possibly skin issues.

Jul 08 2015

4mins

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Rank #12: Natural Energy

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Natural Energy by Dr Ben Lynch

Feb 05 2016

1hr 22mins

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Rank #13: Fundamentals Of Autism

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Fundamentals Of Autism by Dr Ben Lynch

Oct 18 2016

46mins

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Rank #14: Vaccine Rearch Findings

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Vaccine Rearch Findings by Dr Ben Lynch

Feb 21 2017

5mins

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Rank #15: Genetic Tests... Whats The Big Deal-

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Is genetic testing clinically relevant?

Genetic tests allow us to determine why some patients are susceptible to certain things, while others are not.

These tests don't determine what treatment should be. They support the use of the right treatments.

Genetic test results don't guarantee that there is a problem, or even that there is NOT a problem.

Genetic tests have to be used in the context of diet and lifestyle. Treat the patient, not the SNP.

Think big picture!

Jul 08 2015

6mins

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Rank #16: The Mystery

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The Mystery by Dr Ben Lynch

Mar 25 2016

1hr 26mins

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Rank #17: Methylfolate vs. Folinic Acid - What's the difference?

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Methylfolate and folinic acid can both be converted to the other via enyzmatic reactions, but this isn't always easy for the body to do.

Consider the functions of each:

Methylfolate supports methylation with the help of methylcobalamin. Methylation supports 200+ enzymatic reactions!

Folinic acid supports DNA base production in rapidly dividing cells including growth of hair, skin, and lining of the intestines.

Jul 08 2015

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Rank #18: Vaccines Dirty Gene DHPR

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Vaccines Dirty Gene DHPR by Dr Ben Lynch

Feb 16 2017

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Rank #19: I Cant Fall Sleep

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Neurotransmitters are important to keep you alert at the right time. Cortisone rises in the morning and decreases in the evening. Melatonin is lower in the morning and is higher in the evening to make you feel sleepy. Artificial light, laptop monitors, and cell phones can inhibit the production of melatonin at night.

Eating foods high in glutamate in the evening can make it difficult to feel sleepy (you can find specific foods at nutritiondata.self.com). Magnesium, B6, and niacin also help break down glutamate into the calming GABA.

Try to avoid histamine containing foods in the evening. Lowering histamine levels also helps lower glutamate levels.

Aug 18 2015

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Rank #20: If hypothyroid, ok to do a Ketogenic Diet?

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If hypothyroid, ok to do a Ketogenic Diet? by Dr Ben Lynch

Mar 06 2017

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