Unravelling Methylation & Genetics

A two-part webinar on Understanding Methylation & Genetics, and Mastering Assessment and Treatment

(Presented 2015)

Part 1

Warren Maginn discusses the relevance of Methylation to health, which disease states have a substantial link to Methylation (inc. CFS and Lymes), and how are Oxidation, Detoxification and Methylation inextricably linked.

Part 2

Warren Maginn discusses the significance of certain gene results to Oxidation, Detoxification & Methylation capacity, as well as which solutions provide effective and appropriate treatment of Methylation issues.

Discussing Answers to the following questions:

  • What exactly is Methylation?
  • What is the relevance of Methylation to health?
  • Which disease states have a substantial link to Methylation? (inc. CFS and Lymes)
  • How are Oxidation, Detoxification and Methylation inextricably linked?
  • What is the difference between different methyl nutrients?
  • What are some problems with methyl nutrients?
  • How does genetics work to influence our health?
  • What is the significance of certain gene results to Oxidation, Detoxification & Methylation capacity?
  • What are some common pitfalls in the assessment of Methylation Status?
  • What are some lesser-known solutions for accurately assessing Methylation Status?
  • What pitfalls exist in the effective treatment of Methylation issues?
  • Which solutions provide effective and appropriate treatment of Methylation issues?
  • What health parameters stand to benefit from successfully achieving optimised Methylation?
Course By

Warren Maginn

BHSc. Nutr. Med. GradCert. Hum. Nutr. —Practitioner and Educator Warren Maginn is a Clinical Nutritionist, College Lecturer and Public Educator specialising in the optimisation of health through the principles of Functional Medicine and a highly individualised approach to personal care. As a contributing National Association member and Scientific Advisor to practitioner resource companies, Warren is passionate about assisting practitioners and students to gain greater technical insights from laboratory testing and how to apply this knowledge in clinical practice.