In this webinar, expert in the field, Dr. Woeller, delves into the role of methylation supplementation in the treatment of Autism Spectrum Disorders (ASD). Gain a deeper understanding of the complex methylation pathway and how it affects various physiological processes in the body, including neurotransmitter synthesis, detoxification, immune function, and more. Learn about the relationship between methylation status and ASD, and explore evidence-based strategies for optimizing methylation through targeted supplementation, including methylfolate, methylcobalamin, and other key nutrients. Discover how personalized methylation protocols can be integrated into a comprehensive treatment plan for individuals with ASD to potentially improve neurodevelopmental outcomes, cognitive function, behavior, and overall health. Access this recorded webinar now to learn about the latest research and practical applications of methylation supplementation in the context of autism spectrum disorders.
About the Author
Kurt Woeller, DO
FOUNDER OF INTEGRATIVE MEDICINE ACADEMY
Kurt N. Woeller, DO has been an integrative medicine physician and biomedical Autism specialist for over 20+ years. He is an author of several health books including Autism – The Road To Recovery, Methyl-B12 Therapy For Autism, Methyl-B12 for Alzheimer’s Disease and Dementia, and 5 Things You MUST Do Right Now To Help With Your Rheumatoid Arthritis. He is an international speaker, educator, and practicing clinician offering specialized interventions for individuals with complex medical conditions. His health consulting practice for Autism alone is multinational with families from various countries. Dr. Woeller serves as a clinical and lab consult for Functional Medicine Clinical Rounds, as well as provides educational seminars for Mosaic Diagnostics (formerly Great Plains Laboratory). He is co-founder of Integrative Medicine Academy (www.IntegrativeMedicineAcademy.com), which is an online training academy for health practitioners learning integrative medicine.
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