Methylation Diet & Activity
Methylation, amongst the many things that rely on proper-functioning methylation, affects our mood, which in turn affects our ability to think clearly, process emotions, have healthy interactions with others, and only control what we can control. Take a look at this methylation diet and activity list to see how it's affecting your mood.
Don't forget to get your exact genetic methylation score to take away the guesswork!
Things that raise your methylation
Things that lower your methylation
Other things (not recommended) that lower methylation are illness, stress, folic acid, aluminum (found in antiperspirant, baking soda, some vaccines, and when food cools while on aluminum foil). Other drinks that lower you methylation (to an unknown degree) are: Kombucha, wine, beer, and alcohol. Other food items that lower (to an unknown degree) include spices like cinnamon, turmeric, cumin; citrus fruits like oranges, limes, lemons, grapefruit; legumes (lentils, beans, peas, chickpeas); and food additives (colorants, preservatives, stabilizers, flavorings).