I love to shop, but I don't always have the time I need to get it all done. So I rely on online delivery services like GoodEggs, Instacart, and Amazon. This bag of organic groceries represents the things I buy to feel and look young. They all begin with the letter B, including varietals of cruciferous vegetables that regulate liver detoxification by inhibiting phase I and stimulating phase II detox, thereby regulating my estrogen levels; Brazil nuts to support my thyroid; bone broth to supply collagen for my skin and to seal my leaky gut; and a bag of avocados to provide healthy fat to rejuvenate and moisturize hair and scalp. The price is a bit higher than you may find at your local shop, but for me, the convenience makes the difference.
When you know that you're predisposed to be a poor methylator like I am, you can change your inputs to create balance in the body. You can eat more green vegetables (broccoli, spinach, collard, mustard greens, asparagus) and drink less wine as a genetic workaround. This is the concept of nutrigenomics: inputs like alcohol and folate from dark leafy greens may exert a greater impact on your body than your genes do.