Yes, there may be. However simply having a high fat or high saturated fat diet may be factors, or low intakes of choline, methyl folate and methyl B12. Lack of riboflavin might be a factor also.
Nice article. I think you could probably save your self lots of trial and error, time and money by having a look at Homocysteine and melatonin relationship. Also review the melatonergic pathway and receptors. Youll find every disease pathology and aetiology you mentioned, dependent on this.
Combine that with tryptophan path way and the tyrosine depletion of soils and you'll have your answer. Otherwise you are going to have a long journey to esentually come back to the same point.
Keep going, and it's a pleasure to read your work.🤗
Wasted your time.
Medical establishment does not care about diet.
Too technical for average person to understand. Most people will not use supplements.
You could have just said take B12 supplements or buy a good quality Multivitamin with B12 in it.