By Dan Benardot
Writer and world-renowned activities nutritionist Dr. Dan Benardot has utilized his wide study and paintings with elite athletes, together with Olympic gold medalists, to provide an explanation for the hyperlink among nutrients and athletic functionality. therefore, complex activities meals offers the main refined and valuable foodstuff details out there.
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The transfer of the methyl group from 5-methyl tetrahydrofolate to homocysteine forms methionine, a reaction also requiring cobalamin. If compensatory production of methionine is hindered by insufficient 5-methyl tetrahydrofolate level, and possibly cobalmine levels, the methyl supply for DNA methylation may be inadequate. Because these processes would appear to be important for cell types in general, it is possible that folate deficiency could be a risk factor for numerous cancer types. In fact, some supportive though inconclusive evidence exists for various cancer sites.
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