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Discover the new book written by Prof. Bottiglieri about SAMe and its health benefits
DESIO, Italy - March 5th, 2019
An engaging and insightful book written by Prof. Teodoro Bottiglieri - “SAMe: Metabolic Function and Health Benefits” - has appeared in these days on the panorama of nutraceutical field, centering the targets to reveal and describe the major biological aspects of S-Adenosyl-methionine (SAMe) in human body, with latest clinical evidence and the recent trends in health applications.
In this book, the author does not limit himself to the description of the biological function of SAMe - extensively studied and characterized in the last decades - but also unveils its role in health and in a healthy aging, aspects that are increasingly emerging from the latest publications and are of vibrant interest for the scientific community.
Prof. Bottiglieri goes beyond the primary role of SAMe - to donate its methyl-group to accepting molecules that include DNA, proteins, lipids and other small molecular weight compounds – and explains the interaction between methylation, epigenetics, environment, life-style and nutrition, maintaining an engaging and easy-to-understand style of writing.
The book is dedicated to nutraceutical and nutritional industry’s professionals, as well as to people studying nutrition and interested in unequivocally discovering the established importance of SAMe to help CNS, liver and joint health; It has been recently distributed during the Integrative Healthcare Symposium (IHS) in New York, where Prof. Bottiglieri gave a presentation on the importance of SAMe and personally signed the book to all the participants!
Adonat® (S-Adenosyl-methionine), the methyl donor for life, plays an important role in the metabolism of homocysteine: dysregulation in the methylation status due to the reduced synthesis of SAMe is among the central mechanisms that explain the negative effect of hyperhomocysteinemia to human wellbeing.
If you wish to receive a copy of the book, do not hesitate to contact marketing.IT@gnosis.lesaffre.com.
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