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DON’T Use Histamine Levels to Assess Methylation Status

A number of practitioners use whole blood histamine levels to classify people into undermethylators and overmethylators. I don’t agree with using histamine levels to assess methylation status. Tune in to find out why.

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  1. Is there a list of all of your Lite episodes, or a way to search through them? Watching this video cause me to ask “what is Methylation?” I am sure you have covered it in a previous video, but I can’t find a way to search through them all, other than to scroll backwards by date (on the website). I would also be interested in any episodes that discuss pylouria, if you have covered that. Thanks!

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