The Perfect Storm:
The role of glutamate in overexciting nerves is just one piece of the puzzle in terms of the multiple factors that impact health. Sometimes, a number of seemingly unrelated events occur simultaneously, resulting in disaster. A prime example …
What I call the “Methylation Cycle” is actually the intersection of four traffic circles. Traffic circles can be difficult to navigate. If you don’t already know where you are supposed to be exiting you can find yourself in the absolute wrong lane …
Your Body’s Mechanic
The concept of “one mutation, one disease” originated in 1948, when the Nobel Prize laureate, Dr. Linus Pauling, began a new age in biomedical science with his historic work on sickle cell anemia. Pauling was the first person to characterize a disease at a molecular level illustrating that a mutation …
Keeping Track of Lithium
At this point I feel that keeping an eye on lithium levels, particularly for anyone adding any form of B12 is critical. At this time no one else is talking about the critical role of lithium with respect to B12. We all recognize the importance …
Methylation Sits at the Center
of Multifactorial Conditions:
This is the most scientific chapter of this book and also one of the most important chapters. Please take your time and slowly read through to understand how methylation impacts virtually every aspect of your health. I want …
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About the Author
Amy A. Yasko,
Ph.D., NHD, AMD, HHP, FAAIM
Dr. Yasko has extensive expertise in biochemistry, molecular biology and biotechnology. In addition she has significant research and clinical experience in both allopathic and alternative medicine. The common thread that winds through these fields is her work with DNA and RNA and the desire to develop and implement safer approaches to personal health.
Recognized as an expert in the field of DNA/RNA based diagnostics and therapeutics she was a consultant to the medical and research community for over eighteen years. Her focus on RNA began more than thirty years ago when she isolated single copy RNA messages from transformed cells at Strong Memorial Hospital Cancer Center, coauthoring one of the first papers in the prestigious journal Cell on RNA levels of the c-myc cancer oncogene. Later, while a member of the Department of Hematology at Yale Medical Center …