Dr. Ben Lynch discusses more about histamine, gut health and why gallbladder issues are so common and how to look at gene testing for determining your health weaknesses and strengths. It’s a great show!
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06:50 Dirty Genes book is full of quizzes which identifies genetic issues without doing genetic testing.
07:45 Lifestyle habits are passed down through generations, so issues may not be caused by genes.
08:35 Less than 5% of cancers are heritable.
12:10 It appears as though epigenetics overrides the majority of other provocations.
13:40 You must look at the research with a wholistic view. Look at many studies.
14:35 You do not need genetic testing.
16:12 Some genes are highly influenced by epigenetics and others are not.
18:00 At some point, mutated genes helped your ancestors survive. Our genes are adapting to our new environment, and we are passing this on to our kids.
23:20 For his Dirty Genes book, Dr. Lynch chose MTHFR because it effects the entire genome.
24:00 CMT and MAOA were chosen for their impact upon brain function.
24:30 DAO works on histamine metabolism in the gut, which can cause leaky gut.
25:00 PEMT: Solid cell membranes create cell membranes and create storage for histamine and your neurotransmitters.
26:45 Nitric oxide is important for emergent heart issues.
26:50 By focusing on supporting these 7 genes, you are positively influencing all of your genes.
28:45 Phosphatidyl choline keeps your bile from being thick and sludgy.
32:44 The phosphatidyl choline supplement is used to improve bile flow, but since it is a lipid, it cannot be fully absorbed to improve bile flow.
33:45 Visceral manipulation is a near instant fix for bile flow.
36:00 There is data about bile acids and dysfunctional bile acid signatures in the brain and heart.
36:50 Bile has antimicrobial properties.
38:28 Acid reflux is bile coming through a leaky pyloric sphincter: south to north.
39:10 The StrateGene test for neurotransmitters looks at the reduction, transport, binding to the receptor and the synthesis/metabolism of key neurotransmitters.
41:20 Pesticides slow the HTR1B gene, by binding to the serotonin receptor.
42:00 Many medications target the reuptake of neurotransmitters to keep it in the brain, rather than have it reabsorbed.
43:30 5-HTP is a primary precursor to serotonin. The DEC gene converts 5-HTP to serotonin, uses vitamin B-6.
50:55 Ritalin is toxic to the brain because it keeps so much dopamine in the brain, making dopamine quinone.
58:40 Supplementing with dopamine hastens the destruction of the Parkinson’s brain.
01:01:17 Quinones are highly reactive and hard to calm and neutralize.
01:05:20 Eye health/function is an indicator of brain health.