146: What’s the best nutrition for panic and anxiety?
Masterjohn Q&A Files Episode 146
Question: What’s the best nutrition for panic and anxiety?
Methylation is overwhelmingly important. I do think that other factors impacting dopamine can be relevant in the sense that the main way that methylation regulates mental rigidity is through decreasing the pool of tonic dopamine, which favors mental flexibility. And so, you can also favor mental flexibility by increasing the activity of dopamine receptors that mediate the basic response dopamine.
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