Body IO® FM #31 | Dr. Walsh

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Are you under-methylated or over-methylated and what does this mean?
In today’s episode of Body IO FM, we speak to Dr. William Walsh about his work with epigenetics and methylation. He explains what they mean, how our bodies are affected, and how natural therapies and diet are helping people with various illnesses regain their health.
William J. Walsh, PhD, president of the non-profit Walsh Research Institute, is an internationally recognized expert in the field of nutritional medicine and a key scientist paving the way for nutrient-based psychiatry and nutritional medicine.
To learn more about Dr. Walsh’s research institute and his book, click the following links:
1. Book: Nutrient Power: Heal your Biochemistry and Heal Your Brain
2.The Walsh Research Institute


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Physicist turned nutrition and performance scientist. Currently considered one of the industry’s leading experts on human metabolism.

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  • when summer holiday gets boring these podcasts deliver an incredible array of happiness hormones into my brain – or endorphines? Either way, my reaction is just: yaaaaayyyyy!!!!

  • Kiefer, Rocky, body io team, well done! Unbelievably good guest!

    Am up to eye balls in recipe books but considering picking up both versions of Transforming Recipes, will this help to support the show?

  • Great show guys, as always.
    I think what I liked best about this was that it was a little off the beaten path. Something different. Don’t get me wrong. As a nutritionist, I’m happy to learn as much as I can about the more common things I encounter in clients, but to be honest with you, if I hear one more thing anytime soon about thyroid, adrenals, or leaky gut, I’m gonna lose it. 😉 So hearing Dr. Walsh talk about other topics — and such unconventional potential solutions — was really refreshing.

    I have to give Julia Ross some credit, too. Her book, The Mood Cure, was the first place I ever saw anyone mention pyroluria (pyrrole disorder) and using B-vitamins and amino acids as therapy. (Not to mention vitamin & mineral deficiencies for a huge array of psychological issues…depression, ADD, anxiety, alcoholism, etc.) Nora Gedgaudas also covers pyroluria nicely:


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