Excess alcohol and sugar consumption can put a strain on your liver, especially when you have an MTHFR mutation. Dr. Doni lays out how sugar and alcohol can affect the methylation process, and offers 6 tips for how to recover when you’ve indulged too much.
Dr. Doni is participating in the Adrenal Reset Summit, an online event devoted entirely to adrenal distress and its many symptoms. Her presentation is is about your unique “stress fingerprint” and how it relates to leaky gut.
Inflammation is an immune response, and it can happen anywhere on our bodies – not just on our skin or joints. Inflammation can also impair the methylation process, which affects energy levels, mood, and focus – especially if you have an MTHFR mutation.
There’s no escape from leaky gut – it will affect each of us in some degree at some point in our lives. People with an MTHFR mutation or methylation issues are more likely to experience leaky gut in its more severe form. Here’s an overview of how methylation and leaky gut are connected, and how to give your body what it needs to address it.
Exposure to toxins and certain “heavy metals” can impair methylation, especially if you have an MTHFR genetic mutation. Here’s an overview of the 6 toxins and metals that are the most damaging to methylation, including how to test for them, how to avoid them, and potential treatments.
When you’re constantly in “stress mode,” it can put tremendous strain on your adrenal glands, leaving you feeling depleted and less able to respond to stress in a healthy way. What’s worse is that common treatments can actually make you feel worse. Here’s a natural, drug-free approach to recovering from adrenal distress.
Back-to-school time can be a rough transition. But with Dr. Doni’s Stress Remedy “C.A.R.E. Activities,” there are a few simple steps you can take to create a completely different outcome – so that you are feeling rested and ready to go!
MTHFR mutations are found in 50% of the population, so they are quite common. But despite this fact, there’s still a lot of confusion around what you can do about it. An MTHFR mutation can be treated, and we can in fact influence our genes. Here’s what you need to know if you are new to the topic.
How does gluten sensitivity affect the brain? Dr. Doni explores the connection between gluten, leaky gut, and the nervous system – including the kinds of neurological symptoms that have been connected to gluten sensitivity, why they get triggered by gluten, and what you can do to recover.
Is “going gluten-free” good for you, or is it simply some trendy, 21st century diet fad? Dr. Doni covers all the basics, including why some people have trouble with gluten, the symptoms of gluten sensitivity, and how to know for sure whether or not gluten is actually the problem.